UFC: Mike Tyson warns that money has affected Conor McGregor’s boxing career

WWhen Mike Tyson raises his voice to make a statement, he still makes the current connected esports celebrities swoop.

Regarded as an authority in boxing after being king of the heavyweight division in the 1990s, Tyson’s opinion is highly respected even by his rivals in the ring.


While appearing on the HotBoxin podcast, Iron Mike pointed out that Conor McGregor’s big bags could be the main hurdle he will face in the future, if he seeks to extend his mixed martial arts legacy.

“It’s hard to be prepared for that lifestyle. When you’re fighting a $40 million fight and next week you have that money, and they tell you you have to fight in six weeks, it makes getting out of bed that much more difficult,” she said.

McGregor had been trying to recover for nearly a year after sustaining a terrible leg injury during UFC 264, an event in which he faced Dustin Poirier, who he defeated in the first round of what was the third duel between the two fighters.

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So far it’s been known that the Irishman has already started training for what could mean his return to the appraiser, but the details that could make a difference in the time he will fight back is how much money he can make and the physical condition he’s in.

Financially, The Notorius is one of the richest athletes in Ireland, because in addition to the money earned in his fights, he also invested in a brand of whiskey that was sold to a transnational company and allowed him to increase his fortune.

In addition, he recently announced that he will begin construction of a housing complex worth 100 million euros.