As the world continues to salivate at the idea that Floyd Mayweather will enter the UFC to rematch UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor, Conor's coach John Kavanagh is ready to fulfill his promise to do the river dance naked. That's because prior to these talks gaining serious steam, the famed SBG founder promised the world that's exactly what he'd do if Floyd stepped into the UFC's Octagon. Now, as Floyd's debut into the UFC seems like a real-life possibility, Conor's coach ups the ante even further by saying his pupil could fight Floyd and then fight his real UFC opponent on the same night. In a brand new interview with the Conor McGregor owned MacLife.com, Coach Kavanagh broke the whole situation down. Check it out: \u201cI\u2019m kind of reminded of early last year when I was asked about the boxing fight. And I was doubtful as anybody, and I actually went as far as to stupidly tweet that I\u2019ll do the Irish river dance naked \u2026 if Floyd steps in the Octagon. Now, I\u2019m going to be honest, I\u2019m practicing Irish dancing, and I\u2019m getting nervous about that. \u201cIn all seriousness, it\u2019s a crazy world we live in. The fight that could never happen happened. And now this is a fight that can never happen, and it seems to be getting.. I don\u2019t know, there seems to be something forming there. I would absolutely love it.\u201d \u201cI come into martial arts not to win UFC titles. I come into martial arts out of curiosity of martial arts, self-defense, and really what got me involved in UFC 1, what was so intriguing, was from having done various martial arts my whole life was to see how does a sumo do against a kickboxer? How does a jiu-jitsu guy go against a wing chun practitioner? \u201cAnd after the first four or five UFCs, it became obvious what styles were a waste of time, and what training systems worked, and then it became more of a sport. And that\u2019s great, I enjoy it and that\u2019s what I spend most of my time doing. But I still like looking at the odd YouTube video \u2014 \u2018karate master challenges jiu-jitsu guy\u2019 \u2014 and this reminds me of the early days. One of the best boxers ever against one of the best MMA fighters ever, what will happen? We all know what will happen \u2014 but still I\u2019m not going to say it doesn\u2019t get the curiosity going. \u201cSo yeah, it\u2019s a bit of a throwback to the UFC 1, 2 and 3 days. More of a spectacle than a sport, but it would be a fun fight to be involved in.\u201d \u201cNow, let\u2019s be realistic here. If the fight was to happen, I would nearly be saying to Conor and pushing Conor to say, \u2018Let\u2019s book that two or three weeks before a real one\u2019. Because we can go in and \u2014 I\u2019d almost insist that in that fight Conor shoots a double leg early \u2014 because I\u2019d be almost annoyed if he went in there and put him away quickly with MMA striking. We need to see jiu-jitsu in that fight. He needs to be in the mount slapping about a little bit. So it would be, I think, such a straight, easy fight that we could train realistically for it and then do a competitive MMA fight on the backend of it. \u201cSo I think it\u2019s one of those ones we could squeeze in getting ready for a fight. I know that probably comes across a certain way, but I can only say what I\u2019m thinking, I can only say what I feel \u2026 if that was to happen, it\u2019s not the type of fight that Conor\u2019s gonna have to do a real specific 12 weeks for, and then take three or four months off afterwards, and completely get ready for another one. \u201cYou could kind of do that one and fit it in on the night of his real fight.\u201d Thoughts?