The boxing super fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor is just fifteen days away, and as August 26th draws closer and closer it seems that everyone is keeping tabs on the two combat sports athletes. It’s only natural as the greatest defensive boxer of all time plans to have his fiftieth professional fight against a man who has never boxed professionally ever, right?
Mayweather will come out of retirement to fight the UFC’s lightweight champion on August 26 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The fight will come almost two years after his last bout against Andre Berto, with Mayweather giving up 11-years and a height and reach advantage to McGregor.
Speaking to ESPN, Mayweather said his inactivity and age means the Irishman has the upper hand, but many have passed this off as ‘Money’ trying to hype the fight.
The boxing conspiracists were called to action again this week after Mayweather appeared to need help regaining his feet after a training session at his Las Vegas gym.
“I don’t feel like getting up,” Mayweather says while receiving a massage.
“I feel like getting on that sofa and going to sleep. I’m gonna sleep in the gym tonight.”
Another man adds: “that’s them 40s.”
Less than a day after saying, Conor McGregor, holds the upper hand ahead of their super-fight in Las Vegas later this month, footage has emerged of Floyd Mayweather apparently struggling to his feet after a hard day’s training.
Check out the above video of Mayweather post workout, and let us know if you think he’s still young enough to compete with an athlete like Conor McGregor?
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