UFC lightweight world champion Conor McGregor, and his right hand man Dana White insists that the 2017 boxing match against Floyd Mayweather was the biggest fight of all-time. Despite them not putting out official numbers on the matter, the two are ready to fight over their proclamation, and in the face of adversity, have done just that. Recently UFC president Dana White reacted to a Showtime press release calling the historic boxing event the #2 most watched fight of all time. The pissed off UFC boss told Yahoo Sports, “I don’t give a shit about Showtime’s fucking full of shit press release they put out, it’s the biggest fight ever, ever in combat sports history. The thing did over 6.7 million buys, and if the service didn’t drop we would have got closer to 7 million. It was the biggest boxing event ever, without a boxer… The way that they handled that press release, and what they did. I didn’t trust those guys before and now I despise those fucking guys. I’ll never work with them again, ever.” - Dana White This prompted both Showtime Executive Stephen Espinoza, and Conor McGregor to trade words on social media, and Conor McGregor clearly lost just lost his first Twitter feud. Here's the exchange: https://twitter.com/StephenEspinoza/status/949366080174256129 https://twitter.com/TheNotoriousMMA/status/949370216676503553 https://twitter.com/StephenEspinoza/status/949387868283330563 Thoughts? For more MMA news click here.