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.