Cody Garbrandt Latest UFC Fighter To Hint at Boxing Future

We have seen UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor apply for a boxing license in California in lieu of a possible fight against boxing great Floyd Mayweather. Then we had McGregor rival Nate Diaz apply for licenses in California and Nevada. Recently, featherweight champion Jose Aldo brought up the possibility of getting into the boxing gym.

Could another UFC champion want to get his hands into the pot?

This time it is UFC bantamweight kingpin Cody Garbrandt who reached out to the Oscar De La Hoya run, Golden Boy Promotions.

The boxing promotion got back to the Team Alpha Male fighter.

“No Love” had a rebuttal for the boxing promotional giant.

The promotion had some fun and asked if Garbrandt was hinting of getting into boxing.

Garbrandt took it a step and made a statement that’s going to create a stir.

Garbrandt has a boxing background as he was an amateur, compiling a career record of 11-1. Out of these four fighters, Garbrandt’s the best of them of all and with the most experience.

Before he can step into the boxing ring, Garbrandt starts to film the next season of “The Ultimate Fighter” with former teammate TJ Dillashaw. After the season finishes up filming, the two will fight later on in the year.