https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.ya...rmagomedov-am-floyd-mayweather-125614472.html While boxer Floyd Mayweather recently pointed out that Conor McGregor is afraid of no man, that statement is also coming from the man that handily defeated the Irishman in his pro boxing debut. Mayweather is one of the greatest boxers to ever compete, having run his record to 50-0 when he defeated McGregor. With a record of 21-3, McGregor is the UFC's first dual-division champion and has only one loss in the Octagon. That still wasn't enough to overcome the odds and beat Mayweather in the boxing ring, and his next opponent, Khabib Nurmagomedov, doesn't think it will be enough to beat him in the cage on Oct. 6 at UFC 229 in Las Vegas. Nurmagomedov is a perfect 26-0 and is about to do something McGregor has never done under the UFC banner: put his belt on the line in the Octagon. Though McGregor became the first UFC fighter to hold two divisional titles at the same time, he never defended either. He was forced to relinquish the featherweight title shortly after winning the lightweight belt, and then was stripped of the lightweight strap because of inactivity. Having never lost a fight and having never lost a round in the Octagon, Nurmagomedov's run has been stellar. His run of winning rounds is nearing a record set by Georges St-Pierre. It's a run in MMA that he believes likens him to Mayweather's run in boxing. Good point by Khabib. Despite Conors best attemots at copying Floyd, let's not forget that Khabib is the one who shares the most similarities, like actually attemtping to defend his belt and the fact that he is undefeated. Conor is the one who needs to figure out how to solve his puzzle.