What We Didn't Learn
1. How much the visit's coarse pessimism will influence deals: Devolving into one disagreeable and degrade remark after another, the last two days of the visit appeared to somewhat influence the general account of the four days. The universes of boxing and MMA are still generally protected from this present reality, which implies competitors frequently make shocking open remarks while jawing with rivals that would get them let go in many callings, not to mention group activities. For instance, Tom Brady would be in significantly more boiling water freely than McGregor was for advising an African-American rival to "move for me, kid."
Battle fans aren't as put off, regardless, knowing heightened pressures inside battle sports and the "Wild West" attitude that wins. In any case, all together for this battle to overshadow the PPV purchase record of 4.6 million set by Mayweather's 2015 triumph over Manny Pacquiao, it should achieve well past the battle gathering of people. Furthermore, in 2017, the sort of remarks that were articulated by both just aren't adequate. The antagonism didn't seem to hurt the measure of live stream watchers at home or sold-out fields over the last two days however it's extremely right on time to tell how much the indecent turn for the more regrettable will prevent individuals from giving over $100 to enable two of the wealthiest competitors in battle games to snicker their way to the bank.
2. How rapidly we will see McGregor back in the Octagon â¦ if by any means: Certainly, there's a component of "keep a watch out how he performs first" before hurrying to judgment on McGregor's best course of action. In any case, most anticipate that McGregor will lose helpfully against Mayweather, which opens up questions with respect to his future. None of those inquiries, be that as it may, appeared to be addressed convincingly by either McGregor or UFC president Dana White all through the visit. White, no outsider to changing gears unannounced regarding the account he's canvas, begun the visit offering a specific component of uncertainty whether McGregor, following an extraordinary payday, ever battles again. This, obviously, repudiated his announcements after the battle was declared that McGregor would come back to UFC before the finish of 2017.
McGregor, in the mean time, expressed his enthusiasm for proceeding to pursue enormous objectives after Mayweather (reminding everybody he's just 29) yet never gave an unmistakable answer as to a course of events. The nearest thing McGregor gave was his inclination to keep battling at lightweight, with title guards against either Nate Diaz (in a set of three) or unbeaten Khabib Nurmagomedov as his favored decisions. One thing White made clear is that there wasn't any dialect in an agreement amongst McGregor and UFC which states he should come back to MMA in 2017 with a specific end goal to acknowledge the Mayweather battle.
3. Regardless of whether Mayweather-McGregor will be the remnant of a dying breed: A boxing superfight between a best UFC star, not to mention a champion still in his prime, and a tip top partner in boxing was something we never thought we'd see. Outside of James Toney's humiliating coincidental inside the Octagon, UFC hasn't indicated intrigue (broadly restricting Anderson Silva from confronting a cleaned up Roy Jones Jr.). It's a piece of what made this battle so shocking to the individuals who have taken after the two games for quite a long time. Yet, something extremely intriguing has occurred since this battle was first declared (when Dana White shot down the possibility that more hybrids would come) and a week ago's press visit, when he appeared at two of the stops inquisitively wearing a "Zuffa Boxing" shirt. Zuffa, obviously, was UFC's previous parent organization (claimed by Lorenzo and Frank Fertitta) until the previous summer's 4 billion deal to WME-IMG. White stays closest companions with the siblings.