Oscar De La Hoya turned into the most recent to rebate Conor McGregor against Floyd Mayweather Jr. at the point when gotten some information about the up and coming battle.
Solicited to depict the power from McGregor's left hand, which has been his best weapon in blended combative techniques, Malignaggi said there is "pop."He is very brave in the left hand, I can't remove that from him," Malignaggi said. "In boxing, particularly against a person like Floyd Mayweather, you have to devise a couple of more weapons, and I imagine that is what Conor is really going after. I think … coming into this circumstance definitely knowing Conor has a major left hand … you're most likely going to get ready for that left hand.
De La Hoya disclosed to TMZ Sports that McGregor has "zero chance" to beat Mayweather, while bringing up the way that even he was not able beat Money.
While De La Hoya tumbled to Mayweather in 2007, he came nearest to beating the undefeated hotshot than any other person, losing by split choice.
De La Hoya said he wishes McGregor could give Mayweather some opposition however that the main way that could happen is with a "flying kick to the head."
There will be no kicking on Aug. 26, be that as it may, as McGregor and Mayweather will conflict in an unadulterated bout at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada.
The 40-year-old Mayweather will enter the battle with an immaculate expert boxing record of 49-0, while it will be the main star bout of McGregor's vocation.
In spite of the fact that he is 21-3 in MMA and the ruling UFC lightweight champion, there is little uncertainty that the Irishman is at an unmistakable hindrance.
His certainty has veiled that amid the work toward the session; in any case, few inside the boxing scene have gone on record as saying McGregor has an opportunity to beat one of the best pound-for-pound boxers ever.