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It’s time to find out what some of most notable professional boxing names think of the fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. Here are ten predictions from current and former fighters, trainers and boxing pundits.

Joe Calzaghe

Former World Super Middle and World Light Heavyweight Champion

I can only see one result. Obviously, Mcgregor is a fair bit bigger and Mayweather hasn’t fought for a couple of years but he’s a BOXER, you know what I mean?

I’ve seen McGregor sparring and he’s very unorthodox and physical. Some might say he’s got a puncher’s chance.

(Will he carry him?) That’s a difficult question to answer but I just can’t see Mayweather losing.

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