Conor McGregor has already told the world he will shock us to the core by knocking out Floyd at round 4 but will that be possible
In as much as we think the ever strong Floyd Mayweather might win this fight, the irish man has a lot on his sleeve to take the world by surprise.
The Notorious’, McGregor, 28, will go head-to-head with Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather in a fight that is expected to net both men up to $100m.
UFC star McGregor fought twice over the past 12 months, including headlining two of the three best-selling UFC fights ever on pay-per-view,” Forbes said in its article.
Like Mayweather, the Irishman has earned a reputation as a showman – both inside the octagon and out.
He is the reigning UFC lightweight champion and remains the only fighter in the competition’s history to hold two belts at two different weight divisions at one time.
McGregor holds the record for the fastest ever UFC knockout when he beat Jose Aldo in just 14 seconds and the Irishman puts his success down to his all-round unpredictability as a fighter.
“To me, the most important thing is to be creative, to be spontaneous, to be fearless and to approach it without a plan. Approach the contest with no plan, with no set movement and just let it flow.
Should Conor McGregor win this fight, he will be the first to have broken Floyd’s unbreakable record of 49 wins