Conor McGregor believes he will contest in MMA and fighting after Floyd Mayweather fight

Despite never stepping into a fighting ring for a veteran quarrel before, Conor McGregor has been given a charge of defeating one of a best defensive fighters of all time in his initial bout. Floyd Mayweather Jr. has reigned atop fighting for many years and sits with a 49-0 record entrance into a Aug 26th bout. Clearly McGregor is starting during a top. So you’d consider that if he lost, there wouldn’t be most that could move him behind for another outing to a fighting ring.

According to McGregor though, who spoke to a media after an open examination to hype a bout, that isn’t true. He says he intends to continue fighting after this quarrel no matter what, in further to stability his MMA career (via MMA Fighting):

“I adore a competition of boxing. Boxing has been dear to my heart my whole, whole life. we will contend in fighting bouts going forward, and we will contend in churned martial humanities bouts going forward. we will order both with an iron fist, and that’s where my mindset is.”

“I will have fun. we like it over this side. It’s good. The buildup is good, a credentials is good, we adore a competition of boxing, we adore a competition of churned martial arts. we only adore fighting. So wherever there’s a fight, you’ll see me.”

UFC boss Dana White has settled that McGregor will be behind in a Octagon by a finish of 2017 to urge his UFC lightweight title. As for boxing, it positively seems like there’s some steam behind a Paulie Malignaggi hitch deliberation what has gone down over a final week or so. We’ll have to wait and see on that one though.

McGregor and Mayweather accommodate in a 12 turn hitch during 154 pounds on Aug 26th in Las Vegas.

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