Nate Diaz Jumps To The Defence Of Rival Conor McGregor

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Berto was the last man to step inside the boxing ring with Mayweather.

"There will be no dancing in there Conan".

The UFC women's featherweight champion has established herself as one of the most vicious knockout artists the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA) has ever seen, and has also expressed a great interest in pursing a boxing career on top of that. "I'm going to go straight towards him inside four rounds", McGregor said. I'm like, 'What kind of sparring partners you got?' I'd shove that guy in the gym and beat his ass if I was Conor, like, 'what you're going to put me on blast about what?

Despite his words of support for McGregor, there's little doubt that Diaz would be more than happy to set up another money-spinning trilogy fight with his rival in the Octagon after the dust settles on next weekend's spectacle in Las Vegas. "He'd need to reincarnate Bruce Lee and that would be the only person that he could bring in that could mimic me at what way I am coming at him", McGregor told the Mac Life. We're going to find out pretty early who's saying the truth. We don't even know who he is, I don't even know his name right now. that fight shouldn't have even been on ESPN.

The interview can be seen in the video above.

McGregor will face Floyd Mayweather, who returns from two years of retirement to put his ideal 49-0 record on the line in what will undoubtedly be one of the most lucrative events in the history of combat sports.

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