The Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor saga continues, and now UFC President Dana White has chimed in.
Mayweather trashed McGregor's accomplishments to cameras following UFC, citing the fact that Mayweather is undefeated and held titles across more weight divisions. McGregor responded by saying that Mayweather doesn't want a real fight, and he'd require $100 million to face him in a boxing match.
UFC President Dana White spoke his mind about Mayweather, and the long-rumored superfight between the boxing legend and the UFC double champion.
"Conor McGregor, if he touches you, you go to sleep," he said to TMZ "Floyd puts people to sleep too, with his fighting style, not with his hands. … Floyd can say what he wants about Conor, but even other fighters have to respect him. He's special. Floyd's never even come close to doing to other fighters what Conor does."
Dana White has repeatedly stated that if Mayweather wants to fight McGregor, it'd need to be in the UFC. With Conor McGregor becoming the undisputed pay-per-view king in 2016, it looks like that point has been hammered home.