Boxing’s finest and former pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather takes on a vlogger in his next fight, and needless to say, we all know what the outcome will be.
Mayweather uses his considerable clout in the sport to take on a ‘social media influencer’ who made his name from playing computer games in his bedroom and making controversial, sometimes distasteful videos.
It’s going to be a one-sided mauling. Anyone who tells you any different is either lying or has no clue what combat sports are.
The best fighter in a generation going up against a windmill swinging car park puncher is a bonafide no-contest. WBN has said this from day one.
UFC boss Dana White has now joined the party in stating Mayweather will drop this bum like a bad habit, fifty-pound weight advantage or not.
Speaking to TMZ ahead of Conor McGregor getting tucked in by Dustin Poirier on Saturday night, White didn’t hold back.
“Listen, I understand these kids want to make some money, and they do what they’ve gotta do,” pointed out White. “Say what they’ve gotta say to try to get in there and make money.
“This will be such a one-sided, ridiculous a—whooping. It’s not even going to be funny. It’s going to be. It’s going to be bad.
“I don’t dislike either one of these kids (YouTuber and his brother). I don’t know these kids, and I don’t dislike these kids. They’re doing their thing. Good for them. They’re trying to make some money, whatever.
“But if Floyd Mayweather really shows up and goes in there and fights this kid, it’s gonna be a–whooping as nobody has ever seen before.”
FLOYD MAYWEATHER SPEED
He continued: “(YouTuber) will find out what speed is.
“Speed is power. When you get hit with s–t you don’t see coming, and Floyd Mayweather starts putting it on you, it’s not even going to be a fight. It’s going to be ridiculous.
“It’s going to be the worst a—whooping you’ve ever seen.
“Take the size difference and all the other things. It will look like what a grown man can do to his kid.”
Would you pay $59.99 to see that? – Maybe Floyd Mayweather is on to something after all?
WBN Editor Phil has over ten years of boxing news experience. Follow WBN on Twitter @WorldBoxingNews.