Floyd Mayweather Explains Dana White Apology

Floyd Mayweather and UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor have had some heated exchanges during the press tour for their upcoming super fight.

However, the boxing great decided to offer a public apology to UFC President Dana White during the Toronto portion of the tour.

“Dana, I could never disrespect you,” Mayweather said on stage. “I’ve known you for 21 years. You’ve done a hell of a job with this company. And I want to continue to watch you grow. I want to watch you continue to build the UFC, because it’s all about combat sports. You’ve done a hell of a job. No matter what I’ve said about you in the past, as a man I look in your face and apologize and tell you I’m sorry. But you’ve done a hell of a job with this company.”

Mayweather and White have had a long relationship, which has dated back to just over two decades now.

“Dana White used to come over my house every day,” Mayweather said backstage at the presser. “I’ve been knowing Dana White 21 years. I’m big enough to apologize to Dana White. I’m a real man, that’s what real men do. I’m man enough to apologize. I’ve said some stuff about Dana. I’m only human. He takes shots at me; I take shots back. I’m only human. I’m not upset with Dana White, I’m not upset with anybody.”

Conor McGregor versus Floyd Mayweather takes place on Saturday, August 26 from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fightful is providing live coverage of the event, with a post-show podcast to follow.

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