Conor McGregor thinks he would kick Floyd Mayweather in a fighting rematch

After his detriment to Floyd Mayweather in August, Conor McGregor isn’t only going to go away. McGregor pronounced in an interview with BBC that he could kick Mayweather in a rematch, yet he respects a 50-0 boxer’s preference to retire and didn’t wish to make any guarantees per a intensity rematch.

“If we had a rematch? we would scold it. And we would kick him,” McGregor said. “He’s retired, I’m not going to stay job him out all a time — I’m going to leave him to it — if it happens, maybe it will, who knows? we would kick him. No doubt.”

McGregor also pronounced that he hasn’t oral to Mayweather given a fight.

“No, we haven’t spoken,” he pronounced when asked. “I honour what [he’s done]. 50-0 — after a fact we was like … we accept [the loss] and only let him be. Maybe though. Who knows? We’ll see.”

However, a suspicion of a fighting rematch will have to wait, as McGregor has other titles to defend.

“The subsequent [fight] will be a UFC bout,” he said. “It’ll be a churned martial humanities bout, 100 percent. we will urge my lightweight belt, and afterwards fighting is positively an seductiveness of mine, no doubt.”

McGregor, of course, has a lot of things to juggle. He’s most some-more than a warrior during this point; he’s a personality, and he’s support a brand. The detriment seems to have shamed him — despite marginally — yet he wouldn’t shirk divided from a rematch. If Mayweather is listening, and Mayweather always seems to be listening, a thought is out there. Whether McGregor is “calling him out” or not, he positively won’t bashful divided from articulate about fighting a fighting champion again.

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