Mayweather vs McGregor: Final Press Conference
Well, here we go, ladies and gentlemen. Let us watch the final press conference for the main event of Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor. Before the biggest event of the year on August 26th. What will we see as these two men do their final media conference before the weigh-in this coming Friday evening.
And before we even get the two main protagonists, we already have Brendan Schaub and Mauro Ranallo almost going toe to toe. As the two men have very differing opinions on how they see the fight playing out. With Ranallo firmly believing McGregor basically has no chance.
While Schaub believes that Conor realises the magnitude of the event and is ready to take it to the undefeated boxer. McGregor is not there to simply get a big payday. But he believes in his heart of hearts he has a chance against one of the greatest boxers of his generation.
Conor McGregor Speaks
Well first up is the 155 lb champion of the UFC Conor McGregor. Who lets us know in no uncertain terms that he will defeat Floyd come fight night. Happy with the choice of eight-ounce gloves, McGregor feels that he will be able to break through Mayweather’s guard and knock him out in the first round.
With undeniable confidence, the UFC champion feels that Floyd is not on his level and he believes it. Will he be able to produce the goods on the night we shall have to wait and see. But if this was a war of words only, he would already be holding the belt.
Next Up Floyd Mayweather
Floyd opens up by thanking God for getting him to where he is today. As well as all those involved in the promotion of this massive fight. He also gives thanks to those who have helped him throughout his career. And even goes so far as to say that Conor McGregor is a hell of a fighter. Very much sounding like a man who is signing off after his career has been completed.
All in all a far more subdued event as the fight itself finally draws near. Let’s take a close look at how things played out and the final words between the main fighters involved.