Ever since the crossover fight between former Manny Pacquiao foe Floyd Mayweather Jr and Conor McGregor was announced, fans and pundits have been asking: does "the Notorious" have any chance of winning?
The Irishman has become arguably the biggest and most recognised athlete on the planet thanks to his efforts in the UFC, both inside and outside of the Octagon.
McGregor brutally stopped Eddie Alvarez last year at Madison Square Garden in New York City to become the UFC's first-ever simultaneous two-weight world champion.
Adding the lightweight strap to his former featherweight belt, McGregor had also ventured up to welterweight for two epic clashes with American rival Nate Diaz.
But next up he faces his toughest test to date, inside a boxing ring. The 28-year-old will face off with the best fighter of this generation when he collides with five-division world champion Mayweather.
What Makes the ‘Money’?
Mayweather has been in the professional boxing game for over two decades and has amassed an incredible 49-0 unbeaten record, equalling the legendary Rocky Marciano in the process.
Having dismantled many top class fighters during the course of his illustrious career already, Mayweather looks more than likely to reach 50-0 with a comfortable success over his Dublin-born opponent.
The latter UFC superstar will be making his boxing debut, while Mayweather has been in the sport from when he was a child.
So does McGregor stand a chance of causing one of the greatest ever sporting upsets in Las Vegas? Simply put, no he does not.
In the Mayweather v McGregor betting info by freebets.uk, undefeated boxing legend Mayweather is installed as the red hot 1/6 favourite to triumph as expected.
Meanwhile, McGregor is a mammoth outsider but his odds have massively shortened recently to 4/1 due to a flood of hopeful bets placed on the deadly Dubliner to spring a surprise.
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