Among them were boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya, who took his chance and called out McGregor, saying he was ready to come out of a decade-long retirement to beat the much younger UFC champion in only two rounds.
This time around, its Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao, who apparently floated the idea of dancing with McGregor inside the boxing ring with this subtle Thanksgiving post:
It might seem like a stretch at this point but don’t forget that the same thing happened before Pacquiao’s megabout with Mayweather, which was unfortunately a letdown.
It’s a good thing though that both fighters have previously expressed their willingness to face each other. If indeed it happens, the 38-year-old Pacquiao’s speed and experience will be pitted against a 29-year-old McGregor’s prime and endurance.
Too tough to call? let these highlight reels from their fights against Mayweather help you decide:
Mayweather vs Pacman
Mayweather vs McGregor
Get to know the No. 1 overall draft pick of the PBA D-League
President Digong just needs to sign the newly ratified tax reform bill and it will take effect in 15 days
These characters deserve your button-mashing attention
Less minutes for LeBron. A body guard for Joel Embiid. And a happy and healthy Gordon Hayward
Perfect for day trippers, too!