Conor McGregor’s chances of having a rematch with Floyd Mayweather are very slim, according to Showtime Sports’ Stephen Espinoza.
“I don’t think so,” Espinoza told TMZ when asked if he thought the pair could have a rematch. “Floyd seems pretty happy retired. I don’t think we’ll see him in the ring again.
“And it seems like the UFC really wants McGregor back in the cage.”
Meanwhile, one of McGregor’s demands for his new UFC contract is that he only appears on cards which don’t feature fighters who earn pay-per-view points, according to UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley.
“From what I hear, if he’s on the card, he doesn’t want any pay-per-view grossing fighters on the card with him,” Woodley said during an appearance on MMAjunkie Radio.
“Because he doesn’t want to feed us anymore, which I can respect. The dude is the draw.
“You can hate all you want, but he’s the draw. He’s that dude right now.”
“He considers himself quite a stylish and dapper individual and that’s what he thought was appropriate for the day.
“It’s a little silly to focus on Conor’s attire in court or the perceived speed he drove off at.”