UFC fans that think McGregor/Mayweather fight was close are delusional
Floyd Mayweather dispensed of Conor McGregor in 10 rounds by TKO, and even though the fight lasted longer than many expected, Colin can’t believe so many UFC fans coming out of the woodwork saying that the fight was competitive because it went longer than expected and because McGregor was the aggressor early.
Colin thinks these fan boys are delusional, or just willfully ignorant to the fact that Mayweather’s strategy, all along, was to let McGregor punch himself out early, and then attack and finish him off late.
McGregor was only the aggressor early because Mayweather let him, and by the time the 10th round came, McGregor was barely able to lift his arms, just as Mayweather planned all along. If UFC fans that think McGregor actually had a chance, the joke is on them.
Cavs have all the leverage over the Celtics in the Kyrie Irving trade
News broke over the weekend that the condition of Isaiah Thomas’ hip is in worse condition than expected, thus jeopardizing the Kyrie Irving trade. Several reports say the Cavs are demanding additional compensation from the Celtics to complete the trade, but the Celtics are scoffing at the idea of adding rookie Jayson Tatum to the deal.
In this situation, Colin thinks Boston is trapped because the word on Thomas is out, and the Cavs have the leverage to bolster the deal. Also, Celtic fans are already anticipating the arrival of their franchise point guard for the next 10 years.
Colin thought Boston won the trade initially because they landed the star in the deal, but if they can add Taum, he thinks it’s reasonable to say the Cavs came out on top.
“Cleveland is totally in the driver’s seat.”
Tyron Woodley – MMA journalist joins the show to talk Mayweather/McGregor; the difference between game planning in a boxing match and a UFC match; and why he disagrees with Colin’s take that McGregor was dominated.
Michael Rapaport – Actor and comedian is in-studio to talk Mayweather/McGregor; why UFC fans are delusional to think McGregor had a chance; id McGregor should go back to UFC instead of potentially making more money in boxing.
Tony Gonzalez – Fox Sports NFL Analyst and former All-Pro tight end joins the show to discuss what he has his eye on heading into the 2017 NFL season.
“Sugar” Shane Mosley – Former boxing champ joins the show to talk Mayweather/McGregor and why Mcgregor never had a chance, and why it was stopped.