Danny Garcia told TMZ Sports on Friday he wants to quarrel Conor McGregor, and that if a dual did step in a ring, he would better The Notorious in fewer than 5 rounds.
“He ain’t going 10 rounds with me, I’m a find and destroy form fighter, I’m one of a form of fighters we wish to run from when we fight, it ain’t going past four,” Garcia said.
“I know we can hit him out. we can hit anyone out we step in a ring with.”
McGregor, of course, done his fighting entrance Aug. 26 opposite Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a 10th-round TKO detriment during T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas after holding his possess by a fight’s early stages.
To his credit, Garcia would be an intriguing competition deliberation he binds a 33-1 record with 19 wins by knockout.
But with a Philadelphia local uninformed off a split-decision detriment to Keith Thurman, it’s tough to prognosticate McGregor, who has shown a gusto usually for a many showy showdowns, being meddlesome in a strife with Garcia.
Rather, McGregor appears headed behind to a Octagon in some figure or form after he told reporters he would lapse to UFC following a detriment to Mayweather, according to MMA Fighting’s Ariel Helwani.
A organisation date and competition sojourn elusive, but buzz has started to surface regarding a rubber compare between McGregor and Nate Diaz after they separate their initial dual meetings during UFC 196 and UFC 202.
However, UFC President Dana White has downplayed those rumors as fans energetically wait Conor’s subsequent move.