"We've discussed a couple potential things, but I don't know (how long I'll be out there), it'll depend on them", Malignaggi said.
Swift, firm denial from McGregor's camp..
Just like in the build-up to the announcement of the biggest fight of his career, McGregor repeatedly vowed to turn the world on its head by knocking off Mayweather off his perch. "I have to actually, visually see it with my own eyes".
The Telegraph has an exclusive with a member of the Irishman's management team, who has rubbished Vargas' claims. "Neither have sparred with Conor".
Sri Lanka struggle as Zimbabwe seize upper hand
Graeme Cremer celebrates the dismissal of Sri Lanka's Dinesh Chandimal during the second day's play of the only test in Colombo . Medium-pace bowler Asela Gunaratne claimed two wickets while off-spinner Dilruwan Perera and Kumara took a wicket each.
"I'm confident about what I can do in there and I'm sure Conor is confident about what he can do in there, and yeah, we'll probably have a knock", Malignaggi told Ariel Helwani on "The MMA Hour" show this week.
'I think McGregor goes straight after him and tries to rough him up and tries to knock him out'.
Speaking to ES News, he said: "The world's gone insane".
Rios confirmed that he has never sparred with McGregor and interestingly claimed that he didn't even know who "The Notorious" was. I see him getting in, turning it into a fight and roughing Floyd up.
McGregor's team responded to the KO talk today and unsurprisingly they've strongly refuted the rumours. The phone's been blowing up.
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