Dana Goes Full Blast On Floyd Mayweather: ‘he doesn’t have the balls to fight Conor in the UFC’

Undefeated pugilist legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. has been boasting an interest in pulling himself out of retirement to make a run inside the octagon. However, UFC President Dana White has come forward with a heated statement over the matter.

UFC superstar Conor McGregor made his big professional boxing debut against none other than “Money” Mayweather on Aug. 26, 2017. “Notorious” made it to the tenth round, but ultimately suffered a TKO loss to his opponent.

Ever since, Mayweather and McGregor have remained in a heated rivalry. Having defeated “Notorious” inside the squared circle, many fight fans are hopeful for a rematch under the banner of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

Speaking in a recent interview, as seen in the video above, UFC President Dana White revealed his thoughts on the matter. For White, it seems unlikely that Mayweather will ever rematch McGregor.

“Floyd Mayweather does not have the balls, at all, or the willingness to take a risk to come into the UFC and fight Conor McGregor.” White said. “He would never do that. That fight would be over in 30 seconds and he knows it.

“Conor McGregor, I call him the unicorn. There is nobody like him in the fight game. There isn’t. He’s a special individual.”

For White’s full thoughts, check out the video above.

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