Floyd Mayweather seems to be giving up on a Manny Pacquiao rematch, saying in an interview with TMZ Sports that he would aggressively want to fight Khabib Nurmagomedov and calling Conor McGregor his “leftovers.” Mayweather 50 wins and 0 loss earned a unanimous-decision win over Pacquiao when they first met in May 2015. Pacquiao 60 wins and 7 losses, an eight-division champion and a senator in the Philippines.
Khabib Nurmagomedov is undefeated in UFC with a professional record of 27-0 winning streak after he dominated McGregor at UFC 229 on October 6. Khabib over powered McGregor, dropped him with a thudding right hand in the second round, then submitted him with a tight neck crank in the fourth. Khabib, a Samba world champion and the best wrestler in UFC, is probably one of the strongest guy in the division with the crazy ground control fighting style.
Oh, we fighting,” Mayweather told TMZ Sports growing rumors that he might welcome Nurmagomedov, the UFC lightweight world champion, into a boxing ring for a crossover fight.