On Aug. 26, UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor will make his expert boxing debut against seemingly the best boxer in an era, which in that spot sounds like a marginal unsanctionable bungle.
In any case, that hasn't prevented McGregor's numerous enthusiastic supporters from demanding that he has a decent opportunity to beat Floyd Mayweather. They point to his size and quality. They point to Mayweather's age (he handed 40 over February). They point to McGregor's capable left hand.
You set up them all together, they say, and possibly you have a formula for a McGregor annoy. It's a battle, all things considered. And keeping in mind that McGregor against Mayweather won't have a solitary bout shockingly, he has a lot of battles.
All things considered, those warriors with impressive involvement in both games say they aren't hopeful in regards to McGregor's odds. While both boxing and MMA are worked around two individuals punching each other in the face, the contrasts between the two games are more various and more critical than many fans acknowledge, as indicated by those who've done both.
"They're not a similar game," said Marcus Davis, a resigned veteran of 20 master boxing sessions and more than 30 MMA battles, about a portion of which occurred in the UFC. "When you comprehend that it's not simply a similar game, you can't continue revealing to yourself that it's only a battle. The gloves are greater, the strategies are distinctive. A considerable measure of the guards that work in boxing are ones you can't use in MMA."
Davis discovered that lesson the most difficult way possible. He started his expert boxing vocation when he was still only a young person, yet transitioned to MMA 10 years after the fact. In his boxing position, Davis stated, he couldn't stop a takedown or check a leg kick. Head development strategies that helped him keep away from punches in enclosing got him kicked the face in MMA.
Attempting to conceal with four-ounce gloves didn't give a similar security, and the battles regularly occurred at totally unique reaches. It was a harsh move at first.