Espinoza Talks In Depth About Floyd vs. Conor II In The UFC: “Don’t Bet Against Floyd Mayweather”

Undefeated pugilist legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. has once again retired from the sport of boxing. That being said, Mayweather has been taking to social media as of late to hint at a possible run inside the octagon.

In his final performance inside the squared circle, Mayweather faced off against UFC superstar Conor McGregor. “Notorious” made his professional boxing debut against the pugilist legend, ultimately suffering a TKO loss to Mayweather. Still, both competitors walked away with massive paydays from the highly anticipated event.

Now Showtime Boxing President Stephen Espinoza has come forward to speak on Mayweather’s potential run in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Speaking to TMZ Sports, Espinoza responded to the hints Mayweather has been making.

“There is a chance.” Espinoza said. “Whatever he puts his mind to, he sort of wills it to happen.”

When asked if Mayweather could take on McGregor inside the octagon, Espinoza added “Look. I would not bet against Floyd. I wouldn’t bet against him.” For the full interview, check out the video below:

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