American boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. (50-0, 27 KO’s) said that he would not fight under MMA rules. American also said about the fight with McGregor.
Mayweather Jr., who plans to return to the ring, said he was not going to fight under MMA rules. This was reported by Forbes.
Revenge against McGregor
According to him, he has a slight advantage the home crowd. He is proud that now he has a perfect track record and don’t want to spoil it.
Floyd also discussed the possibility of holding a rematch with Conor McGregor. He defeated UFC star ahead of schedule in 2017.
He stressed that now enjoys his retirement. But no one knows what happens next. Mayweather is waiting for a decent offer on the game.
It’s like gambling, right? You need to squeeze the juice, regardless of who your opponent,
said Mayweather Jr.
We will add that in the third time declared the end of a career. He previously announced that in 2016 and 2019.
- Undefeated American professional boxer Floyd Mayweather became a world champion in five weight categories.
- Mayweather Boxing career ended in 2017, earning 50 victories in 50 fights. Now Floyd is a well-known investor and owner of the promotion company.
- He spent last fight on December 31, 2019. In the exhibition match Floyd easily beat the Japanese kickboxer Tensina Natsukawa.
- Floyd Mayweather, Jr. (50-0, 27 KO’s) will hold an exhibition bout against 40-year-old Takashi Uchiyama’s company.
Interesting facts about Conor McGregor
- Conor’s debut in MMA was held on 9 March 2008, defeating Harry Morris by TKO in the third round.
- Debut in the UFC McGregor has also completed a technical knockout against Marcus Brimage.
- In March 2019, the athlete announced his decision to retire from MMA. At the time of the communication, the Irishman won the title of the champion of UFC in semi-lightweight and lightweight.
- Overall had 26 fights, where he earned 22 wins and 4 times were defeated.
- Winner of “Best knockout of the night” (one time) vs. Marcus Brimage. Winner of “Performance of the night” (five times).
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