Conor McGregor Makes His Official Prediction For Floyd Mayweather Fight

UFC Lightweight Champion Conor “Notorious” McGregor was in attendance of Michael Conlan’s recent boxing debut in Madison Square Garden.

“Notorious” walked the Olympic boxer out to the stage and cheered him on from ringside.

After the exciting event, McGregor threw down some details for his own potential boxing match in an interview with USA Today.

McGregor has been attempting to set up an epic cross-promotional bout with boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. The boxing phenom recently came out of retirement to face “Notorious.” Better yet, UFC President Dana White has seemingly changed his tune on the potential bout, saying that he doesn’t want to stop the fight from happening.

In the interview, McGregor explosively responded to reporters

“I’m the boxing guy, watch me take over boxing. No one in this boxing game knows what’s coming, trust me on that one. When I step in (the boxing ring), I’m going to shock the whole [expletive] world. Trust me on that. Look me in the eyes — 28 years of age.

“Confident as a [expletive]. Long, rangy. Dangerous with every hand. Trust me. I’m going to stop Floyd. You’re all going to eat your words. The whole word is going to eat their words. I am boxing.”

The potential bout has yet to be officially announced, but McGregor seems ready for it none the less.