Past his prime? Striking coach says Conor McGregor beats any version of Floyd Mayweather

Conor McGregor’s striking coach has the utmost faith in his student’s ability to shock the world on Aug. 26, and it doesn’t matter if Floyd Mayweather is still in his prime or beyond it.

Mayweather (49-0 boxing) will end a two-year retirement later this month when he meets McGregor (21-3 MMA, 9-1 UFC) in the pay-per-view headliner at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. At 40, the undefeated former multi-weight champion has admitted he’s not what he once was but still believes he’s good enough to handily defeat “The Notorious.”

McGregor’s coach, Owen Roddy, is assertive in the team-wide prediction of an early knockout win, but he said it has nothing to do with the version of Mayweather that will show up on fight night. Roddy said the matchup is tailor-made for McGregor, and regardless of whether it’s a peak Mayweather or not, the expectations are the same.

“He’s one of the best to ever do it, but it doesn’t matter what Floyd comes,” Roddy told MMAjunkie. “The Floyd from 10 years ago or the Floyd today, it doesn’t matter. Conor will still do the same thing to either one of them. Conor just brings too much to the table.

“Every fight camp Conor improves so much. We’re in a boxing camp now, but it’s the same old story. Day by day he

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