Friday, 11 August 2017

Floyd Mayweather vow to knock out UFC star Conor Mcgregor

Floyd Mayweather says his fight with Conor Mcgregor scheduled to hold in Las Vegas on the 26 of August "wont go the distance" that he is going to knock out his opponent. 

Floyd Mayweather admits that the Irishman, Conor Mcgregor can claim a moral victory if he manages to reach the final bell.

Mayweather has won 40 out of 49 professional bouts, but he has been out of action since September 2015 and came out of retirement to fight the  UFC star.

Conor Mcgregor 29, who is contracted to UFC is a mixed martial arts fighter and has not been involved in professional boxing.

"He's looking forward to ending the fight early, I'm looking forward to ending the fight early - it won't go the distance," said Mayweather."

"It's not really watching fight tapes, it's about knowing the person you're facing across the ring from you," added Mayweather."
"You want to know what they like to eat, what they're doing when they're not in camp."
30-year-old Welshman Nathan Cleverly will defend his WBA light-heavyweight title against Sweden's Badou Jack on the undercard of the Mayweather vs Mcgregor bout.

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