Conor McGregor’s team might question the choice of Arena official for fight with Floyd Mayweather on August 26, live on Sky Sports Box Office. Conor McGregor’s team are taking everything in mind for a request about who will referee the fight with Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), who have placed experienced referee Kenny Bayless in charge of four of Mayweather’s previous five fights, are in charge for deciding the officials.
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Watch the most spectacular and the biggest showdown at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on August 26, live on Sky Sports Box Office.Both sides are awaiting ratification of the ring official for the eagerly awaited chance meeting at the T-Mobile Arena on August 26, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
We know that we can request for our own referee, and they can ask for theirs. We’ll look into it, and see who we think would suit the fight.
McGregor’s team does not presently have any first choice over the referee’s nationality, it was confirmed. Retired Hall of Fame referee Joe Cortez has been working inside McGregor’s training camp to manage the Irishman’s fight.
Conor McGregor was not using Cortez’s knowledge to learn how to curve the rules, it was made clear.
Paulie Malignaggi left Conor McGregor’s camp this week in leaving as a fighting partner due to photos being leaked of him getting the worst of it during a fighting session. While Malignaggi cares of that he defeat McGregor’s rear end during their last fighting session on Tuesday, few people trust him due to the leaked photos.
One photo shows Malignaggi on his back on the frame. Malignaggi says that he was pushed down by a thwarted McGregor. That’s not what Floyd McGregor is saying though. More Info