Dana White expels Floyd Mayweather’s claim he’d battle Conor McGregor in a MMA session

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"Money" Mayweather made the daring case amid the London leg of his hurricane squeeze visit to advance August 26 bout with the UFC's lightweight champion, which happens at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

"You ought to have came and got me for the UFC… on the off chance that you needed a genuine champion! I run the Octagon! I run the ring!" Mayweather said amid a tirade coordinated at White. 

The American immediately swung to his fiftieth rival and stated: "You say something unique, I'll whoop your butt in the Octagon." 

McGregor immediately called BS on the American's intense proclamation, saying: "When I spike you August 26, I'm going to make you confront me in a rematch in the Octagon! And afterward we'll check whether you're all discussion or not." 

White was gotten some information about the likelihood of Mayweather fighting McGregor in a blended hand to hand fighting challenge recently and was resolute the Olympian could never have the bravery to venture inside the Octagon. 

"They could never do it," the UFC boss said amid an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. 

Mayweather served two months in prison following his blameworthy supplication to wrongdoing household battery. 

Prior this week, Warriors forward Draymond Green fought with McGregor via web-based networking media, trusting the contender was donning his pullover as Green at present wears No. 23. 

"Floyd was talking amid the world visit that we simply did (saying) 'You know, I'll do it in the Octagon.' 

"I don't recollect that in the transactions. They don't need anything to do with MMA. What's more, it's savvy." 

With respect to the result of a MMA battle amongst Mayweather and McGregor, White trusts there's just be one victor. 

"Toward the day's end, similar to I stated, there's punches in our game, you toss punches. 

"Floyd would take two or three leg kicks and that would be the finish of that."