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Hatton: UFC, McGregor confronting Mayweather shame

Ricky Hatton trusts Conor McGregor and UFC confronts shame if McGregor neglects to 'lay a glove' on Floyd Mayweather similarly as he, Oscar De La Hoya and Canelo Alvarez neglected to, if the proposed super fight proceeds.

In 2007, Mayweather (49-0, 26 KOs) vanquished Hatton (45-2, 32 KOs) by stoppage and furthermore beat De La Hoya (39-6, 30 KOs) by split choice and Canelo Alvarez (49-1-1, 34 KOs) by greater part choice. Hatton expressed that none of the three figured out how to inconvenience Mayweather, and neither would McGregor.

"I couldn't hit him. Oscar De La Hoya couldn't hit him. Canelo Alvarez couldn't hit him. Conor's not going to hit him," Hatton told TMZ. "On the off chance that he's the UFC's greatest name and he doesn't lay a glove on Floyd – which no lack of regard, I could really witness that – I think there is just a single association that will fall off more regrettable or one game."

McGregor said he marked a "record-breaking bargain" a month ago and that it was dependent upon Mayweather to make the battle a reality. Yet, while Hatton said he was a major devotee of the Irish contender and would love to see him vanquish Mayweather, he accepts will it not occur as well as it will be embarrassing for both the UFC and McGregor.

"I am a boxer, however, I am fanatic of UFC. In any case, on the off chance that he is UFC's greatest name and what I think occurs in the battle, occurs in the battle, it could be somewhat humiliating and I wouldn't prefer to witness that to Conor, on the grounds that I adore him to bits. I think he is useful for sports, useful for amusement."

He included: "If the reality of the situation is known, I might want Conor to splatter Mayweather. My heart says it yet my brain says no, he most likely wouldn't beat him."