Floyd Mayweather applying for MMA license | Mayweather vs McGregor 2
As Time passes, more details on Floyd Mayweather Jr’s MMA debut continue to spread out. After Tyron Woodley declared he would be training the boxing champ, Mayweather himself gave an interview to TMZ sports on Monday.
“Eventually, we’re gonna apply for the license and hopefully we can fight,” He told TMZ Sports. “Even if it takes six to eight months, whatever it takes, we want to make sure everything is done correctly and everything is done the right way.” – said Mayweather.
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— UFC LIVE STREAM (@UFC_LIVESTREAM) February 8, 2018
That’s how a true fighter should be.
The undefeated boxing champ will enter the Octagon as a new underdog trying to prove himself in MMA, assuming he will fight McGregor in his first fight.
Odds for a potential Mayweather-McGregor MMA fight are now officially out at Westgate.
Fight needs to happen by 9/1/19. Limits are 2K.
— Ben Fawkes (@BFawkesESPN) March 19, 2018
The idea for a retired boxing champ jimping in the octagon and fighting a trained MMA fighter is silly, but no sillier twhat Mcgregor had done in 2017, jumping in boxing ring to fight an elite boxer. So it all depends on how much “Money” it will cost to buy Mayweather.