Previous best on the planet Amir Khan is expecting an extremely uneven obliteration when Floyd Mayweather fights Conor McGregor on August 26th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Mayweather, 40 years of age, leaves his two year retirement – and guaranteed that his 50th battle will be his last.
McGregor, 28, is viewed as a standout amongst other MMA warriors on the planet, yet this will be his expert boxing debut – against a boxer thought to be outstanding amongst other guarded contenders ever.
There was a period a year ago when Khan communicated enthusiasm for bouncing over to the UFC to battle McGregor himself. Khan has been out of the ring since getting thumped out by Saul "Canelo" Alvarez in May of 2016.
A while ago when Mayweather was a dynamic warrior, Khan sought after him for no less than three years – yet he was ceaselessly ignored.
Khan is foreseeing that Mayweather, a previous five division best on the planet, will close the show with a severe knockout triumph.
He doesn't expect a focused experience of any sort, due to McGregor's absence of involvement in a boxing ring.
"I think it is going be a boring battle. It's all simply talk right now. Mayweather will basically absolutely outmaneuver him. That is to say, on the off chance that you take a gander at it, it's not by any stretch of the imagination a battle. McGregor has no boxing foundation and experience. I can securely anticipate a loathsome knockout. Mayweather will have his first knockout since he thumped out Ricky Hatton. He's not had a KO for as long as six years. In any case, with this one against McGregor he will undoubtedly be a simple champ," Khan revealed to Gulf News.
"It would be an extraordinary path for Mayweather to end this in the event that he thumps out a MMA whiz like McGregor, who exceptionally surely understands this is a free battle for him. You know why? Since McGregor can backpedal and simply pivot and say that he's lost a boxing battle to a real boxer. He can simply say 'I have never been a boxer. I've generally been a MMA contender'. McGregor has nothing to lose in that sense, and toward the finish of everything, he will make a cool $100 million. It's great business."