Dana White Calls Max Kellerman To Remind Him He Said Conor Wouldn’t Land One Punch

UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor made his boxing debut over the weekend. For his first professional match, “Notorious” took on undefeated boxing phenom Floyd Mayweather Jr. After ten exciting rounds, Floyd Mayweather Jr. earned a technical knockout victory over his opponent. Still, fighters and fans are debating over how well Conor McGregor held his own against a living boxing legend. Now, UFC president Dana White has taken a moment to remind a particular person of their pre-fight prediction.

During the post-fight press conference, Dana White took a moment to call out boxing commentator Max Kellerman by name. White explained that he has been trying to call the commentator, but Kellerman has not been answering his phone.

Dana White went on to explain that Kellerman previously predicted that Conor McGregor would not land a single punch on Floyd Mayweather Jr. Of course, the UFC lightweight champion would go on to strike Mayweather Jr. with over a 100 shots.