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“He’s [Floyd] risking everything. He could completely and utterly un-do an amazing legacy that he’s built since he was a young child,” said Haye.

The loss as a stat in his perfect record would not be the biggest problem. Instead, it’s the name next to it.

“If he gets beat by someone who is not even a boxer… for all those haters that he’s had over the years and he’s had plenty of them, they can say ‘I told you he was no good, he beat by a mixed martial artist'” said Haye.

Tony Bellew also recently warned Mayweather about losing to McGregor. The Liverpudlian wasn’t sparing any words when asked about what happens to Floyd if he loses.

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