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Floyd Mayweather's fight against Conor McGregor is a farce, says former world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis. "I think it'll be a good fight".

He has used this self-belief to join Randy Couture and B.J. Penn as the only fighters in the UFC to win titles in two weight divisions ad the first to hold two titles at the same time. Major money has been placed on McGregor forcing the sportsbooks in Vegas to shift the odds.

"We [McGregor and team] are ready to go to put on the performance of a lifetime, of my lifetime - of my team's lifetime and we're ready to go and change the face of the fight game once again", McGregor said. Let him fight a four-round fight first and see.

Lewis believes McGregor could resort to kicking Mayweather when he realises the gulf in boxing expertise that exists between them. This is the biggest wild card in the fight and along with his self-belief and a Powerball punch gives him the best shot at pulling off an otherwise unlikely upset. "I wouldn't be surprised if something like this happens, but when you cross over into other sports like this that don't mix that well, I mean, winning is everything in combat sports, and no one likes losing".

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Later that evening, the big fight will be screened live, both at the pool and inside at the bar. McGregor, remember, was the scourge of the Dublin schoolboy championship when he was a teenage boxer in that fine city. The 40-year-old is fancied at -150 to score a victory by KO, technical knockout or disqualification, per OddsShark's Justin Hartling.

Mayweather has reigned supreme in Las Vegas, but McGregor attracted 10,000 Irish and UFC fans to his last fight.

Despite that opinion, Horn would be happy to take on McGregor, and laughed off the notion that Mayweather does not know who he is. Despite the pre-fight hype, that bout will go down as one of the biggest busts in boxing history, and considering the circumstances, the fact that Mayweather walked away with a win isn't likely to help his legacy.

Against Aldo, many felt that the fight was won before he stepped into the ring with the Brazilian too keen to punish McGregor after months of verbal sparring.