Conor’s Camp Not Confident They Can Find Unbiased Coach for Mayweather Fight

John Kavanagh, the head coach of UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor, believes it will be hard to find fair officials for a boxing match between McGregor and Floyd “Money” Mayweather.

“If I’m speaking plainly, and I don’t know how much trouble this will get me in, I think we’re going to have a hard time finding a fair referee and a fair set of judges,” Kavanagh told ESPN.

“It will be very difficult for a 50- to 60-year-old boxing referee to not go into this bout a little bit biased.”

Despite having never fought in a professional boxing match, McGregor has agreed to a deal to compete against Mayweather. Now, UFC President Dana White is working on trying to go get a deal finalized with Mayweather.

White has recently said he believes the boxing match will come to fruition. He also said he believes the fight will take place sometime in 2017.