UFC president Dana White has once again shot down reports that Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor is a done deal.
The latest chapter of “Will Conor McGregor fight Floyd Mayweather?” involves a recent report from FloCombat, who confirmed with sources that the “T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas has put the June 10 date on hold” for a possible superfight between the UFC lightweight champion and one of the greatest boxers of all-time.
When you combine that story with Mayweather “officially” ending his retirement, along with his statement that he wants to fight McGregor in June, it looks as if there’s something brewing here! Where do I buy my tickets and which hotel do I reserve?
Don’t worry, because UFC president Dana White told TMZ that the fight is “nowhere near being done.” As far as that June 10th holding date, White added that “there is no target date whatsoever.”
So it’s business as usual. You have indications that the fight may actually be happening, while Dana White says the fight is not happening and that they’re not close to putting it all together for this matchup to be staged.