UFC warrior Conor McGregor maintains that he is going to be fighting during some indicate in a future. At this point, “maintains” might be putting it lightly, as McGregor regularly shouted it during a fabricated fighting media attending an eventuality during Madison Square Garden in New York.
McGregor was attending a veteran entrance of Irish Olympic warrior Michael Conlan, and after a hitch he addressed rumors about a intensity quarrel with Floyd Mayweather Jr.
“You’re a fighting guy? I’m a fighting guy. Watch me take over boxing,” McGregor yelled. “Trust me on that. No one in this fighting diversion knows what’s coming. Trust me on that. When we step in there, I’m going to startle a whole goddamn world. Trust me on that. Look me in a eyes. Twenty-eight years of age, assured as a mother****er, long, rangy, dangerous with each hand. Trust me, I’m going to stop Floyd and you’re all going to eat your words. The whole universe is going to eat their words.”
The quarrel between Mayweather and McGregor has been rumored for years. McGregor is one of a biggest draws in a competition of churned martial humanities and is a usually male to ever reason dual UFC titles simultaneously. He hold a UFC Featherweight championship after winning it from Jose Aldo during UFC 194 in Dec 2015, and warranted a UFC lightweight belt when he kick Eddie Alvarez during UFC 205 in Nov 2016.
McGregor was asked about a intensity date for a quarrel with Mayweather, a late warrior who many cruise to be a best warrior of this generation.
“We’re removing close, don’t worry about it,” McGregor said. “You’ll hear about it. I’m out of here. we am boxing.”
Mayweather is 49-0 as a veteran warrior and pronounced recently that he was strictly coming out of retirement to quarrel McGregor. Of course, McGregor loves to speak and emanate hype for his matches, and many have insincere that this fighting speak was all only him being his common colorful self, though it does seem to be removing legs sincerely quickly.
Video of a sell between McGregor and fighting media, namely ESPN’s Dan Rafael, can be found below.