Ice Cube pitches cross-promotion for Big3 basketball league, Mayweather-McGregor fight

“I’ve got a few presents for Conor McGregor”, Mayweather Sr. told NBC Sports Radio’s Helen Yee in a recent interview, via TMZ Sports.The sheer weight of rounds under McGregor’s belt is at the core of his preparation for defensive master Mayweather.Mayweather’s fight against McGregor was later announced for the same site.Before getting to Conor McGregor, Floyd Mayweather has to deal with Ice Cube.”I’m pretty sure the fighters want that money, the promoters of the fight, so that being said we just got to be treated right”, Cube said. There are a few things that I want to do, and things that Floyd can do.”Without going into too much detail, just to throw a number at you: We’re doing four times the amount of sparring for this camp than we would do for a regular MMA camp”, Kavanagh said.Mayweather’s father, who also trains the unbeaten five-division world champion, added they already have a ideal game plan and said, “even if [Conor] goes the distance, [Floyd’s] gonna whoop his ass!”Mayweather Sr. has never lacked faith in his son’s boxing skill but it sounds like his prediction for what will happen to McGregor goes beyond confidence into a whole new realm of absolute guarantees. Any kind of way he goes, [McGregor] gonna get whooped.Although it seems like a massive mismatch on paper-one of the best boxers in history against a combat fighter making the transition to a new sport-not everybody believes it will be a walkover. “Ya’ll gonna see something he ain’t showed you yet and then when he shows it, then ya’ll will know it”. Mayweather Sr. worked with champions including Oscar De La Hoya and Ricky Hatton.The Bovada odds now list Floyd Mayweather Jr.as a minus-600 favorite over Conor McGregor in the August 26 junior middleweight matchup, but a prominent figure where the underdog is training has observed the MMA kingpin making big strides in the buildup.