UFC superstar Conor McGregor and former Boxing Champion and promoter Floyd Mayweather's possible fight may bring some changes in McGregor's MMA career. He may never return to the Octagon, and the news was hinted by the UFC's current CEO Dana White.
According to Dana McGregor who will be making more than $70 million from a single fight in a night may not possibly return to the Octagon to fight at the rate of around $ 10 million.
Here is Dana said about his favorite MMA Fighter:
Conor could make $75 million. How do you come back to UFC and fight for $10 million? He may never fight again.
Now we are seeing the fight lining up for Conor and Floyd, as the fight was one of the most gossiped topics of 2016 and even in 2017, all fans are still not sure if the rumors are true.
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One thing is pretty clear here, both the fighters are one of the most liked players in the field of martial arts, and Mayweather who retired from Boxing may not get a chance to make a huge amount of money as he may not have any fighter who is better than McGregor is an MMA fighter and knows a lot less about boxing so neither he has a chance to step in the boxing ring with any other player because he lacks the discipline.
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Anyone who has ever fought Mayweather has made more money than they ever made in any other matches, so this forthcoming fight may possibly be the last showcase of McGregor's skills, because if he looses the fight with Floyd no other boxing fighter would be interested in fighting him and at the same time, he will not fight for $10 million after making more than $70 million a night.
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Well, McGregor's team is always pushing the card a little bit forward and have always been making good fight cards for him but as he has been out of the octagon from his last fight where he was crowned as two division champion, has never defended his belt in six month's time which may point towards his retirement as well and fans are biting nails after Dana recently outed his views on McGregor's return to the Octagon. But, according to McGregor, he was taking the needed time from UFC for his newly born baby.