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NSAC Have Yet To Grant McGregor A Boxing License.

Yet another unexpected obstacle in McGregor’s way.

It seems that there’s no end in sight to the Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather saga. This because of news emerging that McGregor hasn’t received his license. According to numerous sources, Nevada state athletic commission has not granted McGregor the license to box. This is a sudden twist in never ending events. Just last week McGregor signed his part of the deal to participate in the mega fight.

With McGregor having no official boxing matches and Mayweather being undefeated, the bout poses a potential risk to McGregor.  Ariel Helwani posted this on his twitter.

One for the ages.

Many fans will hope McGregor‘s license comes through in time, as it is one of the most highly anticipated fights of all time. It is also touted to smash all PPV records, in both the Boxing world and MMA. It is unclear as to whether the fight will actually happen, as and when it is supposed to. Not only is the license an issue for McGregor, Mayweather is yet to sign his contract. So with that being said, it is all just one big waiting game for McGregor.

Neither men have fought for some time, McGregor‘s last fight was over a year ago. Whilst Mayweather last fought  just over two years ago. But that isn’t to say both men are quietly in camp preparing for what could be the fight of their lives. There isn’t an official date as of yet for the fight but rumours suggested that it could be September 16th. That is the same date as Canelo Alvarez takes on Gennady Golovkin. Which looks to be one of the biggest fights in boxing to date.

Do you think McGregor will get his Boxing license in time? Will NSAC let the bout go ahead?
Let us know in the comments below!


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