The world of boxing and fighting gets shaken every time Mike Tyson opens his mouth. The legendary former boxer. Who is preparing to return to the rings has made headlines again prompting a Conor McGregor promises. Who assures him that he will once again face the irreverent Floyd Mayweather. And beat him for his life.

It all came because Tyson praised the UFC star. Recalling how McGregor resisted ten rounds against ‘Money’ Mayweather.  In the legendary match played in August 2017.

The Irishman had challenged Mayweather. The best boxer of his time and winner of the aforementioned duel. Since he achieved an overwhelming technical KO and closed his 50-0 against McGregor.

McGregor promises to Mike Tyso that he will defeat Mayweather in a rematch

The Irishman had challenged Mayweather. The best boxer of his time and winner of the aforementioned duel. Since he achieved an overwhelming technical KO and closed his 50-0 against McGregor. Who “had never competed in a professional boxing match in his life. And he resisted ten rounds to the best boxer of the last 100 years. “Tyson said on the Hotboxing podcast.

McGregor promises

The former heavyweight champion also noted. “He was 10 rounds, hitting against the biggest boxer in the last hundred years. In your first fight, resisting 10 rounds with the biggest champion is like you were the winner of the fight. You should having endured one or two rounds. “

These compliments made ‘The Notorius’ respond through their social networks to promise Tyson that he will dispute the rematch against Mayweather, whom “I will beat for my life.”

“Thank you, Mike. I just know that on the way to the inevitable rematch, with my knowledge of Floyd’s style now and under the tutelage of my old school boxing coach, I will solve the puzzle and beat Floyd. McGregor promise my I’m gonna see you back, Iron Mike, “McGregor wrote on his Twitter profile.

In any case, there is still no reason to think that the rematch between McGregor and Mayweather will take place in the short term, although, as many times, everything will depend on the financial sums offered to the opponents ( McGregor promises ).