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The boxing world is almost unanimously predicting an easy Floyd Mayweather win this Saturday – as it should.

Conor McGregor and Mayweather are just five days away from fighting each other in a boxing ring professionally. What first started out as a simple trash talk suddenly became the biggest and most anticipated sporting event of 2017.

Boxing fans should definitely enjoy the fact that the whole world will tune in and watch boxing on August 26th. We’re all expecting a serious clinic from Floyd, but it’s also interesting to ponder the question ‘what if’?

Floyd’s previous opponent Andre Berto talked about the serious repercussions that would take place if McGregor manages to shock the world. 

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