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Conor Mcgregor vs Floyd Mayweather Jr weight in Results
Conor Mcgregor 153 lbs
Floyd mayweather Jr 149.5 lbs

MMA Superstar Conor McGregor makes his boxing debut at T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas against Boxing Superstar Floyd Money Mayweather on August 26, 2017
Floyd mayweather Jr vs. Conor Mcgregor Fight Replay

Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor McGregor

Pre-Fight Review (general)

On August 26th, 2017, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, the highly anticipated fight between Floyd and Conor will take place. As a pre-fight consider the anticipated day, both are strong fighters. The Irishman and American have had a great record so, making them fight one another so a great competition that can go both ways in terms of the winner. However, they each have advantages and disadvantages that can really classify their characteristics and judge a possible winner. They are both in immix=se training for their fighting which can let viewers see a few mixed martial arts coming from Conor McGregor and a strong defensive post coming from Floyd Mayweather Jr. Let the games begin and may we wish both sides a fair chance to beat the other. Saying that below are our predictions for the coming game.

Advantages and Disadvantages

Floyd Mayweather Jr. has an impeccable record with him with literally 49 wins and 0 losses, making him seem like an indestructible fighter. Especially since Conor McGregor has a record of 21 wins and 3 losses. Also, though he is 40, while Conor McGregor is 28, which can be a huge disadvantage in terms of age, he has been fighting since the year 1997, giving him more experience which comes naturally with age. Conor’s last fight was in 2016, but Floyd’s last fight was in 2015, giving a hunger gap. Two years can be quite a time to lose skills and that is an advantage for Conor. Also, Conor McGregor has a 2-inch reach advantage in comparison to Floyd Mayweather. The exact stats are Floyd coming at 72 inches and Conor McGregor coming in at 74 inches. The “Money” man, Floyd Mayweather is known as one of the best defense boxers to all that follow boxing but, he lacks in one thing. The KO ratios are very different in their percentage. Floyd comes in at 53 percent ration and Conor comes in at an 86 percent ratio of KO. But, when it comes to mixed martial arts, if Conor McGregor decides to use these tactics in the ring it can be slightly harsh for Floyd Mayweather Jr. Basically, they both have advantages and disadvantages that are see-sawing back and forth.

Possible Winner

The most likely winner at the end of the fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Conor McGregor is Floyd Mayweather Jr. In fact, many professional boxing fighters have publicly stated that UFC star player, Floyd will take home the trophy. This is because he has a deadly punching stance that is being too much for, McGregor, to handle. Also, without even talk of offense, Mayweather happens to be known for a strong defense mode throughout all his games. The main difference hasn’t even been touched yet and already the disparity between the two can be seen. The main difference is that Floyd Mayweather has much more years of experience in the ring compared got Conor, who is literally almost doubled his age. This can be a huge back fall for Conor as Floyd will have a better thought process of what to do. Despite that, Conor McGregor is still a strong opponent as witnessed by all in his games. It is just that he may be an easier win for Floyd.

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