UFC President Dana White is doing everything in his power to convince people that Conor McGregor has a chance to beat Floyd Mayweather. White is a salesman and wants people to buy into this August Showtime pay-per-view and is talking about Mayweather having trouble with southpaws and McGregor being so much younger. However, one person thinks this will be a boring fight and that person is one of Mayweather's last victims - Manny Pacquiao.

Manny Pacquiao on the McGregor-Mayweather fight

One of the reasons that the actual Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor fight took so long to book was because Mayweather gets paid over $100 million to fight, which he did when he beat Manny Pacquiao in what some call one of the biggest boxing matches of all time.

While this upcoming fight will be a spectacle, Pacquiao doesn't think it will live up to the fan's expectations.

In an interview with Yahoo Sports, Manny Pacquiao said that Conor McGregor has no chance in this fight. As a matter of fact, Manny believes that the match is so lopsided that it might end up boring. Pacquiao said there is not a chance that Conor will land even one meaningful punch to Floyd Mayweather because he has no boxing experience while Mayweather is one of the best of all time.

However, undefeated heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury has a different outlook on the fight. According to Fury, in an appearance on iFL TV, he thinks that Conor McGregor will knock out Floyd Mayweather in 35 seconds.

Fury also said that the win would help boxing because it would lift up the "real people of the world."

McGregor vs. Mayweather: The Show

At the end of the day, this isn't really a competitive fight. Floyd Mayweather is 49-0 in the boxing ring and Conor McGregor isn't even undefeated in the octagon. With no boxing experience, he comes in as a huge underdog according to Las Vegas oddsmakers.

The Mayweather vs. McGregor fight is very similar to the 1976 show that saw boxing champion Muhammad Ali step into the ring to fight Japanese professional wrestling legend Antonio Inoki. While everyone knows professional wrestling is scripted, this was a real fight to prove that wrestling was the "dominant fighting discipline." The fight was actually similar to what would become MMA two decades later.

The majority of the fight saw Muhammad Ali trying to box while Antonio Inoki laid on his back and kicked at the boxer. The result was a draw. The difference here is that Conor McGregor can't use his MMA moves and will have to outbox one of the best of all time in Floyd Mayweather.