To emphasise his opinion, John Kavanagh shared a clip of Manny Pacquiao landing a clean shot on Floyd back in 2015
CONOR MCGREGOR’S coach John Kavanagh believes his man only needs one punch to knock out Floyd Mayweather.
As the two global sporting superstars continue to talk up a mega-fight, Kavanagh insists “The Notorious” only needs one chance to win the fight.
To emphasise this, Kavanagh posted a clip of Mayweather being hit in the face by Manny Pacquiao in their 2015 fight, with it captioned “one and it’s done”.
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Recently it emerged that McGregor has not only applied for his Nevada state boxing licence but he has also agreed and signed his side of the Mayweather deal.
Floyd on the other hand is still on his travels and was recently spotted in Monte Carlo, Monaco.
It is believed he won’t look into signing his side of the deal until he returns to the US to talk with his team.
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John Kavanagh’s social media posting appears to imply that his fighter McGregor has a puncher’s chance against probably the greatest defensive fighter of the past 20 years.
SunSport reported this week how McGregor could RETIRE after his £60million super-fight with Floyd Mayweather.
UFC boss Dana White fears he could be on the verge of losing the sport’s biggest name if the bout with the retired boxer goes ahead.
New dad McGregor has made the UFC hundreds of millions of dollars through being their top, record-breaking earner.
And with McGregor changing disciplines to take on arguably the greatest pound-for-pound boxer there has ever been, White is nervous about what the future holds.
Chuck in a massive pay day and it’s clear to see why McGregor could ride off into the sunset after facing Mayweather.
White feels should McGregor receive around £60million to fight Mayweather, the Irishman will find it hard to come back to the UFC and fight for a relatively paltry £7.7million.
White told rapper Snoop Dogg for GGN News on Westfest TV: “Conor could make £60million [but] how do you come back [to UFC] and fight [for] £7.7million? He may never fight again.
“You have to be hungry and you may not be hungry with £60million in the bank, but he is hungry for Mayweather and hungry to prove people wrong.
“Does that fight make sense for my business? No.
“But I promise you one thing, Conor McGregor will hit him. Imagine if Conor knocked Mayweather out. Oh s***!”