Mayweather’s Trainer Nate Jones Fears McGregor Going Rogue

Nate Jones Fears McGregor Going Rogue

Now that the Mayweather vs McGregor fight is set for August, Floyd has been working hard and is confident Conor will lose. His trainer feels Mayweather can win the fight, but Nate Jones is unsure McGregor will stick to the rule of professional boxing.

Find out what Floyd Mayweather‘s assistant trainer Nate Jones is saying…

Nate Jones Fears McGregor Going Rogue is against the MMA vs Boxing fight, because the fighter have different rules and choice either sport for the love of it.

Mixing the two is straight up wrong many levels, but apparently money has blinded everyone’s ethics of right from wrong. Plus, this fight is nothing new for Mayweather, he is the champion of boxing. While on the other hand, Conor McGregor is the champion of MMA Fighting tow completely different sports, so no kicking or Martial arts Conor.

If he can do that it would be great, but Floyd Mayweather’s assistant trainer Nate Jones fears McGregor will get frustrated if he’s loosing and might take a few cheap shots at Floyd.

Nate Jones on Conor McGregor “going rogue” Details:

Despite Dana White saying that McGregor contractually binded from “going rogue” because he’ll lose money doesn’t mean he won’t try.

Jones told Submission Radio via BloodyElbow:

“One way I can see the fight ending is Floyd outboxing him, beating the crap out of him. Another way I’m gonna be concerned about is when Floyd gets to a point where he frustrates him too much, McGregor’s gonna do something crazy. That’s the only thing I’m worried about.”

Floyd’s trainer did give McGregor credit for his punching power, but he feels that the UFC champion will lose or will be disqualification if he does something stupid.


Nate went on to say:

“We’ve seen Sugar Shane Mosely, we seen (DeMarcus) Chop Chop Corley, we seen Zab Judah hit him with a good shot and Floyd kept going. You know, this guy might be — I think his punching power, I think he punches a little bit harder than those guys. That’s my opinion. I would be more concerned about this fight because Floyd’s a little older now. He’s 40 years old, McGregor has crazy weird power and he’s got weird shots from weird angles. I’m worried about that.”

He concludes:

“But for my prediction in the fight, is Floyd either confusing him and frustrating him and stopping him in the later rounds or Floyd out-boxing him or he doing something stupid and losing the fight. That’s my prediction.”