Khabib Nurmagomedov has been the center of attention lately with his pending fight with Conor McGregor around the corner. While Conor McGregor has been steadily working alongside Dillon Danis – Khabib has been train at AKA.
The last man to defeat McGregor in a combat match (boxing) had some advice for the Dagestan fighter.
Mayweather says that McGregor is a “warrior” who isn’t afraid of anybody or anything …
“Conor’s not gonna back down and he’s not a scared fighter at all, win, lose or draw. Conor’s gonna come to fight.”
Mayweather is also inviting McGregor to come train with him for the Khabib fight:
“I know that UFC got a training facility but we’d like for him to work out at the Mayweather Boxing Club.”
So, who is Mayweather picking? He had this to say:
“I don’t really have a prediction because I’ve never seen the guy fight that’s facing Conor McGregor — from what I know he’s a hell of a guy that’s on the ground — hell of a grappler — and he can wrestle.”
“But, the fans want to see you stand up and fight. That’s what the fans like to see. But, Conor McGregor, he’s a tough competitor, like I said before Conor McGregor’s not gonna back down from anyone, he’s not scared, he’s a warrior.”
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