In a little over two-weeks time, Floyd Mayweather will make his eagerly-anticipated return to the ring.
The biggest names in combats sports are now in the final phases of their training camps, which are both taking place in 'Sin City'. I owe the public for the Pacquiao fight.
"I used to have a 90% knockout ratio", he said.
Mayweather can claim to be the greatest professional boxer of the modern era, and it has been many years since he was seriously challenged.
When asked by Smith whether the buildup to this fight can be compared to the 1982 heavyweight championship match between Larry Holmes and Gerry Cooney, which devolved into a narrative of white versus black, Mayweather agreed.
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"He's a lot younger", Mayweather said of McGregor, who is 29. The NSAC is also on board as they are set to vote on the fighters being able to wear eight-ounce gloves for their fight, according to Boxing Scene (and confirmed by MMA Fighting).
If they can add to the above another one or two for the boxing purists, perhaps they can provide something for both the masses and the small group of hardcore fans that keep the sport going year round.
Speaking about the partnership, Conor McGregor said: "Today I'm happy to announce that I'm partnering up with Betsafe". Mayweather last fought in September 2015, easily beating Andre Berto by unanimous decision; McGregor beat Eddie Alvarez via TKO at UFC 205 in November.
The 40-year-old told ESPN that McGregor is a lot younger, and when one looks at him and Conor McGregor on paper, he's taller, has a longer reach, he's a bigger man from top to bottom.
The Mayweather-McGregor bout will be available on Showtime pay-per-view at a cost of $89.95 ($99.95 for high definition).
When Conor McGregor made comments that were found offensive to African Americans during the Mayweather-McGregor media tour, Floyd Mayweather wasn't about to just sweep it under the rug.