2 Days Before Fight, Floyd Mayweather Tells “UFC Tonight” He Feels No Pressure In Conor Fight


Legendary 49-0 boxer Floyd Mayweather spoke with Karyn Bryant, Kenny Florian, Former WBA Champ Daniel Jacobs and UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley two days before his fight with Conor McGregor.  Floyd talks about potentially breaking Rocky Marciano’s record, the pressure he feels with Conor, whether or not this is truly his last fight and more!

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264 Comments on "2 Days Before Fight, Floyd Mayweather Tells “UFC Tonight” He Feels No Pressure In Conor Fight"

  1. Rob

    I've watched all of Mayweather's fights and he's nothing special. I think he's in for a real shock when he gets hit hard by McGregor on the body let alone the face. Plus an MMA fighter will likely have a better chin. Mayweather gotta pray he avoids most of the hard punches and scrapes it on points.

  2. #1, Rocky's record is for Heavyweights, there have been MANY fighters in lower weight
    divisions that have surpassed 50-0
    #2 $300 million? sooo funny how they throw these bs numbers around
    #3 letting the body rest… yeah because he's 40
    #4 the distance is going to be trouble for him, the fast he figures it out the better
    #5 Conor needs to make contact before Floyd can adjust to the distance issue, if he can
    #6 Either way it ought to be interesting

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