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Oscar De La Hoya rails against Mayweather-McGregor 'circus' fight in open letter - For The Win

Pretty much every sports fan wants to see the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight that has been teased for the better part of a year now. Well, everyone except Oscar de la Hoya, that is. The boxing legend posted an open letter to Facebook calling for ...and more »

UFC president Dana White says Floyd Mayweather fight could be Conor McGregor's last - Business Insider

UFC president Dana White thinks a boxing rules showdown between Floyd Mayweather and UFC superstar Conor McGregor could be the Irishman's last ever fight. "Conor could make $75 million (£57.5 million) [but] how do you come back [to UFC] and fight ...and more »

Golden Boy warns McGregor he'd be outclassed in 'farce' - RTE.ie

Oscar De La Hoya says Floyd Mayweather's much talked-about potential showdown with Conor McGregor is a 'farce' and he fears it could do irreparable damage to boxing's already tarnished image. Mayweather last weekend revealed he is "90 per cent" ...and more »

Dana White reveals Conor McGregor text message after Tony Ferguson refused to fight - SportsJOE.ie

"I need to see active. I need to see activity. I need to see consistency. I need to see me. If you want me to come and change your life, if you want me to come pick you, you better have some damn reasons for me to do that." - Conor McGregor, November 2016.and more »

De La Hoya: Boxing 'might not ever recover' from McGregor vs. Mayweather - FOXSports.com

Oscar De La Hoya is no fan of the proposed matchup between UFC champion Conor McGregor and retired boxing legend Floyd Mayweather, but he truly believes the fight could be catastrophic to the sport of boxing as a whole. Mayweather penned a ...and more »

Oscar De La Hoya: Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor farce could damage boxing irrevocably - Daily Mail

Oscar De La Hoya has branded Floyd Mayweather's mooted showdown with Conor McGregor a 'farce' that could irreparably stain boxing. Mayweather last weekend revealed he is '90 per cent' likely to come out of retirement to face UFC lightweight champion ...and more »

Max Holloway wonders why UFC champ Conor McGregor would return post-Mayweather fight - MMAjunkie.com

LOS ANGELES – UFC interim featherweight champ Max Holloway thinks his division has moved on from the era of Conor McGregor. After all, McGregor is the UFC lightweight champ by promotional order, and these days, he's in line for the payday of his life ...and more »

Conor McGregor Ditches MMA Training Only Focused on Floyd - TMZ.com

Conor McGregor has put his MMA training on the back burner to prepare for his boxing match with Floyd Mayweather ... TMZ Sports has learned. We spoke with McGregor's rep who says The Notorious is "only training boxing" while working out in Dublin to ...and more »

Conor McGregor's coach insists UFC star has power to knock out Floyd Mayweather with ONE punch - The Sun

CONOR MCGREGOR'S coach John Kavanagh believes his man only needs one punch to knock out Floyd Mayweather. As the two global sporting superstars continue to talk up a mega-fight, Kavanagh insists "The Notorious" only needs one chance to win the ...and more »

Eddie Hearn Comically Admits Why He'll Struggle To Sell Mayweather-McGregor On Sky - Balls.ie

Hearn: Mayweather-Pacquiao did 1.15 million, but in my opinion [Mayweather-McGregor] isn't as big. No, it's not as big. I think it does 700,000 buys. But still... That's so hard, that fight, isn't it? Because, with my boxing heart on, I have to say ...and more »