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Mayweather vs Mcgregor Live Boxing
Mayweather vs Mcgregor Live Boxing

Lloveras, who was coached by Mayweather vs Mcgregor Live Streaming on season 22 of the Ultimate Fighter, told Lloveras told Gol TV's 'La Hora de la UFC' programme: "The big news that I want to tell you is that the fight between McGregor and Mayweather has a date.


Place: T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas

Date: August 26 ,2017

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The time will come soon enough for Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor to start launching verbal daggers at each other, but in what are believed to be his first public comments about the fight since it was made, Mayweather was complimentary toward his Aug. 26 opponent.

"The reality is, Aldo’s the best ever but Conor KO’d him. You couldn’t say without the Aldo fight that Conor was the best ever because if you look at all the different people that both of them fought, you’re like ‘wow it’s really close, it’s really interesting, but Aldo has more fights.’"But then once they actually Watch Conor Mcgregor Fight Online fight, that’s it. That’s all that matters. So you’ve got to give it to him."

Asked in an impromptu meeting with the Los Angeles Times late Friday night if he was in agreement with those who speculate that he’ll defeat McGregor in a one-sided laugher, Mayweather responded, “No, he’s tough.”

Mayweather repeated, “He’s tough,” when asked how much he respects the UFC lightweight champion from Ireland, who is 21-3 after posting impressive stand-up striking victories over featherweight champion Jose Aldo, former lightweight title challenger Nate Diaz and lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez in a 12-month stretch.

The Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas has listed McGregor as a 7-1 underdog, respectable odds considering McGregor, 28, will be making his pro boxing debut in the Showtime pay-per-view fight at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas against the 49-0 Mayweather.

Not since Chuck Liddell traveled to Japan to take part in a PRIDE Fighting Championships tournament in 2003 has the UFC allowed one of its stars to take part in an event promoted by another major fight organization.

That will change on Saturday night, Aug. 26 when UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor takes on Floyd Mayweather in a boxing match airing live on Showtime pay-per-view.

Now it probably seems like a no brainer why the UFC would allow McGregor to fight Mayweather considering all sides stand to reap the benefits of a massive revenue stream that will be generated by the fight. The UFC is hands off on the pay-per-view broadcast, but the promotion will still enjoy a percentage of the money generated by the fight not to mention McGregor potentially earning a nine-figure payday for the bout.

Still, McGregor is stepping into unknown territory where he will be a lopsided underdog to Mayweather, who enters the fight with a 49-0 record while being touted as one of the greatest boxers of all time. It doesn’t seem many analysts are giving McGregor a shot to win much less a chance to survive 12-rounds with Mayweather, so why did the UFC sign off on this fight?

The opportunity in this fight goes beyond just a big paycheck because White knows for a fact that McGregor isn’t just stepping into the ring with Mayweather for the money.

He truly believes that McGregor is coming for Floyd’s head and will give it everything he’s got to make it happen during those 12 rounds.

“Here’s the thing — Floyd’s 40 years old, he hasn’t fought in almost two years. He traditionally doesn’t do well against southpaws. He’s undefeated but if you want to look at the kink in the armor, we look at southpaws. Conor is a southpaw,” White explained. “Conor is 27 years old, and Conor is a knockout artist. All the guys that thought Conor couldn’t hurt them, every time he touches guys, they fall.

“Conor told me this morning the McGregor clan has been taking over villages for the last 300 years and Floyd’s village is next.”

Of course, McGregor will be fighting an uphill battle going up against Mayweather in a boxing match, but White refuses to count him out because “The Notorious” has made him a believer throughout his UFC career.

“He’s the Mayweather vs Mcgregor Live Boxing type of guy who absolutely 100-percent believes in himself, believes in his abilities,” White said. “Even in the Jose Aldo fight he was talking about knocking Jose Aldo out in the first round and everybody’s like, ‘oh that’s ridiculous,’ and the fight lasted 13-seconds.