Conor McGregor, the notorious UFC superstar has now found his way to the boxing ring. Earlier this month, the 28-year-old UFC fighter from Ireland had just become the first fighter ever to hold two UFC belts simultaneously. But with Conor McGregor boxing license now in his hands, he is ready for a ring fight. However, McGregor?s dreams don’t just end there.
Conor McGregor Boxing License
According to McGregor?s management team, he has been issued a boxing license, as well as a federal ID in the state of California. This news surfaced following the events of UFC unceremoniously stripping McGregor off his 145-pound title, which he earned almost a year ago.
That being said, the UFC named Jose Aldo as the new champion. Fortunately, McGregor remains the UFC lightweight champion.?
Confirmed with California State Athletic Commission that Conor McGregor has been issued a boxing license as of today.
— Brett Okamoto (@bokamotoESPN) December 1, 2016
Conor McGregor Vs. Floyd Mayweather
Rumors have been going around that a match between McGregor and Floyd Mayweather is going to be arranged. Both champions of their own expertise have been a teasing a super fight which appeared to be impossible at first. At the present time, no concrete plans have been discussed or processed. According to California State Athletic Commission executive officer Andy Foster, McGregor is qualified.
As a matter of fact, Foster stated that he would love to see McGregor fight in California. It just needs to be the right opponent. According to reports, McGregor?s coach John Kavanagh confirmed that they are in talks about a 2017 fight.
Conor McGregor Will Own Floyd Mayweather?
According to McGregor himself, it would just take him less than 30 seconds to kill Mayweather. That?is if McGregor is put face-to-face with Mayweather. In addition, McGregor stated that less than 30 seconds is all he needs to wrap Mayweather like a boa constrictor and strangle him.
On the other hand, McGregor?s agent Audi Attar also confirmed that his camp is very interested in setting up a match with Mayweather. However, even if it was possible, it would take time to arrange given that UFC still owns the promotional rights for any fights Conor McGregor participates in.