Leonard Ellerbe Says Mayweather Prepared For McGregor's Style

Leonard Ellerbe Says Mayweather Prepared For McGregor's Style

Leonard Ellerbe Says Mayweather Prepared For McGregor's Style

Due to McGregor's size and power, and because of Mayweather's remarkable defense, many have speculated the latter won't come out firing on all cylinders.

Conor McGregor's focus remains squarely on adding a loss to Floyd Mayweather's pristine boxing record, on August 26. "He loves boats so it was really a gift for him but I just wanted my own fun with it for a day or two", he said.

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Against Mayweather, who sports a ideal 49-0 record and the distinction of being the most unhittable fighter in boxing history, McGregor attempts to do the impossible once again in his first-ever professional boxing match.

It looks like this argument will continue at least until McGregor puts all of this behind him to actually step into the ring with Mayweather in two weeks time.

"And then the poor guy that's in there with me has to deal with it, and then he's unconscious and it's on to the next one".

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But what it does show is that McGregor was able to land clean shots on a former boxing champ.

MMA star Conor McGregor so enjoyed a song penned about his upcoming bout with Floyd Mayweather that he's arranged to fly the Kildare songwriter behind it out to his upcoming Vegas fight. The fact that it went sour and he's unhappy; well, what comment can I make on that?

"We're going to fight him", Jones said.

"That'll be the winning and losing of the fight, who takes a back step first".

Both fighters have said that the contest at the T-Mobile Arena will not go the full 12 rounds. He's getting used to proving doubters wrong.

Bob Bennett, the NSAC's executive director, told Sky Sports for a story posted to its website Thursday that the commission will consider McGregor's request at its next meeting, scheduled for Wednesday in Las Vegas.

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