Everyone knows how the female UFC champion talks about the WBC World Welterweight Champion, Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Rousey believes that she had made more money than the boxing champ.
The female UFC bantamweight champion may be a little off with her calculation. Looking at the Forbes list for the top-paid women athletes, if it’s still up to date, then she is indeed wrong. But, this is still a great way of cutting the boxing king’s $300 million take-in down to size.
Same with the female champ, MMA interim champ Conor McGregor, has figured out a different way to do the exact same thing. This champion used the age to put himself above Mayweather as well as above the other renowned UFC champs on the scale of popularity and wealth.
“As far as them searching for stars since Georges (St-Pierre) and Anderson (Silva), bring George and Anderson back. You think they’re on this level? You think they were 26 years of age with all these records, with these numbers? No they weren’t. Not even Floyd was 26 with this record and these numbers.
“I have the game in the palm of my hand, and they know it, and I know it, and they know I know it.”
Fans are very much into McGregor (18-2 MMA, 6-0 UFC) when he discussed his upcoming fight against the title challenger Jose Aldo (25-1 MMA, 7-0 UFC). This I his fourth battle to defend the title and it will happen at UFC 194 on December 12.
The champion also noted that he can back up his opinion as to where he is right now. He may not be close to a total earning of $300, but having what he has and looking at where he is at with his career, the mixed martial arts UFC champion strongly believes that he is definitely the richest one out there.
Don’t miss the battle between Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo, as this is a long awaited grudge match for the both of the mixed martial artists. Even the UFC president, Dana White believes that McGregor should be seen in action.