Armstrong Williams talks to Floyd Mayweather in this exclusive clip about the boxer's desire for longevity and avoiding the instant gratification of fame and wealth.
Mayweather and Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) star Conor McGregor have been forthcoming in the weeks before their upcoming boxing match about aspects of their individual careers, training and private lives.
Aug. 26 cannot come soon enough for fight fans, or can it?
Mayweather and McGregor are spending the news cycles before their hotly-anticipated bout trading verbal jabs, meaning viewers are enjoying more fireworks than normal from two of the world's most outspoken athletes.
Both combatants love the limelight, so more public workouts, more face-to-face press conferences, more tweets, more Instagrams, more everything, are coming between now and their match's opening bell.
Every day up until the highly anticipated event Saturday in Las Vegas, Circa will be publishing clips from Williams' exclusive sit-down with Mayweather. Never one to shy away from speaking his mind or dodge a subject, the champion boxer gets candid.
Mayweather fully admits McGregor wins on paper and explains why that doesn't matter. He makes clear why it's so important that he give back to his family, his team and his community. And he lets everyone know exactly why they should be watching when he steps into the ring with McGregor.
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