Conor McGregor wants to step inside a boxing ring, and take on one of the best boxers ever, but his longtime rival Jose Aldo doesn’t think the Irish star has what it takes to beat Floyd Mayweather.
McGregor said during a recent interview in Manchester that Mayweather is “scared sh*tless”, but Aldo, the current UFC featherweight champion, would pick the experienced boxer in a clash with “The Notorious” under boxing rules.
“First of all, we don’t know if it will happen or not,” Aldo said Friday during an online Q&A, “there are a lot of things involved, mainly McGregor has a contract to follow so it’s hard to happen, but if it happens, I don’t think he has a chance.”
Mayweather is interested in facing the UFC lightweight champion in the 50th fight of his legendary boxing career, and Aldo explains why he wouldn’t give McGregor any chance in the fight.
“Mayweather has the experience of competing for years in the sport of boxing, so I don’t see how,” the Brazilian said. “Of course, it’s a fight, but it’s hard for us MMA fighters to go to a different world challenging one of the best in the history. I don’t see a result different than a win for Mayweather.”
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