No, Conor McGregor Didn't Get Knocked Out In Training By Brandon Rios

No, Conor McGregor Didn't Get Knocked Out In Training By Brandon Rios

That likely won't change based on rumors emerging from his training camp.

CONOR MCGREGOR was NOT knocked out in a sparring session ahead of his boxing blockbuster against Floyd Mayweather.

Former WBA and IBO super lightweight boxing champ Jessie Vargas made headlines with controversial comments about Irish UFC star Conor McGregor over the weekend. Even when I was a prospect and I helped champions get ready for their fights, it was mostly at home where I came up in Gleason's Gym in NY, where there's so many champions training there.

"I see (McGregor) getting in, turning it into a fight and roughing Floyd up", White said. "Everything is rumours until I see it, I have to see it with my own eyes".

'I think McGregor goes straight after him and tries to rough him up and tries to knock him out'.

Meanwhile Rios insisted he's never even met the 29 year-old.




"Us Irish, we have a tendency to kind of bond together".

"My phone's been blowing up. He got choked out by f*****g Nate Diaz".

McGregor and Mayweather will tussle in Las Vegas on August 26.

"When Conor got his boxing license, all the boxers looked at it like, 'wow, this is a big paycheck here, and it's a guy who's probably a little bit (more) limited than your basic world-class boxer, ' so everybody's trying to get in there".

Fowler, who has two wins from his first two professional bouts after signing with Matchroom Boxing, says that he admires both fighters but expects Mayweather to have too much for the Irishman next month.

Mayweather-Pacquiao set a record with 4.6 million PPV buys, and some estimates indicate that Mayweather-McGregor could surpass five million buys.

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