Floyd Mayweather Applying for MMA License Wants 6-8 Months to Train


In August a year ago, Conor McGregor swapped the octagon for the boxing ring to take on the legendary American, who won in the 10th round to extend his flawless record to 50-0.

In the odds, set by online booking agent, Westgate, Mayweather is the overwhelming underdog against McGregor in a hypothetical fight that may take place this fall. "Hopefully, we can fight", he said.

"Even if it takes 6 to 8 months - whatever it takes".

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Floyd Mayweather is seeking his mixed martial arts license, sparking speculation that a rematch with Conor McGregor could be on the cards.

The American boxing legend has suggested that he is set to soon start training with UFC welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley leading to the possibility of Mayeweather vs. McGregor 2. It will probably be a little bit longer.

Floyd Mayweather told us he's dead serious about fighting in the UFC - and now, he says he's taking the most important step to make sure that happens. getting a license. This comes months after Mayweather came out of retirement to defeat former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion Conor McGregor in a boxing match last August. "On a scale of 1 to 10, it's probably a 7".

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"My wrestling game is not that bad".

The undefeated and now retired boxing legend recently told TMZ Sports that he's applying for his MMA license. "We have to tweak a few things to take things to the next level".

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