UFC trainer Dana White has dealt a blow to quarrel fans anticipating to see a strife between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather – by insisting a showdown will NEVER happen.
Two-weight UFC champ McGregor has been articulate adult a multi-million bruise hitch with fighting fable Mayweather who hung adult his gloves with a ideal 49-0 record.
The Irishman pronounced he wanted Mayweather to be his subsequent competition in a fighting match, rather than to urge his UFC lightweight title.
But White has suggested McGregor still has 4 bouts left on his UFC contract, and that a scuffle with Mayweather ‘is not possible’.
“It will never happen; that’s not even possible,” he told a Irish Mirror. “He’s underneath agreement with us. You have a agreement for a reason.
“Let me tell we what, there are a lot of contracts out there, no matter what business we are in – UFC or whatever – and it’s flattering tough to get out of a contract.
“And if that’s what Conor wants to do (fight Mayweather), he’s got 4 fights left. He’s got 4 fights left with a UFC. Fight your 4 fights and, we know, go out and do what we wish to do.”
Conor McGregor spars in a fighting ring