• McGregor knocked out in a sparring fight by Boxing rules

  • Irish fighter of the mixed style (MMA) Conor McGregor was knocked out in a sparring fight by Boxing rules. This was told by former world champion by the world Boxing organization (WBO) Jessie Vargas. His words are quoted by BoxingScene.

    "Guy knocked out in sparring," said Vargas did not specify who told him this news. The American said that the Boxing world is small, so it is hard to hide anything.

    26 August MacGregor will hold a Boxing match with undefeated American Floyd Mayweather. According to unofficial information, the fees of the Irish for the battle, will amount to $ 75 million, his opponent is 100 million.

    40-year old Mayweather has won all 49 fights in his professional career (26 KOs). 28-year-old Irishman has spent 24 fights by rules MMA in which he scored 21 victories (18 by knockout) and suffered three defeats.

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