Tenshin Nasukawa Responds To Conor McGregor's Call-Out

Nasukawa Mc Gregor and Mayweather

Nasukawa Mc Gregor and Mayweather

"I wish to go to Tokyo to face Tenshin Nasukawa in a Mixed Martial Arts exhibition bout", McGregor wrote on Sunday on Twitter.

It's unclear why McGregor tweeted to ask for a fight with Nasukawa, who would be even more undersized against the Dubliner than he was against Mayweather.

'Before this summer. Please arrange this, this instant.

The 50-0 fighter challenged Nasukawa to an exhibition bout at the Rizin 14 show in Japan last week and handily dispatched of the hometown hero inside two minutes of their three round fight, looking comfortable and confident on his way to victory.

Irish UFC fighter Conor McGregor has come out and expressed his desire to fight Tenshin Nasukawa, following Floyd Mayweather's dismantling of the Japanese kickboxer in one round on New Year's Eve. "Yours sincerely. The champ champ".

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"Dear Mr. McGregor, thank you very much for remembering my name".

McGregor, who famously earned around $100 million for his first professional boxing match in a bout opposite Mayweather, now apparently wants a piece of the same action with the deck stacked in his favor. While the tweet was probably made in jest by "The Notorious", it will be interesting if it goes ahead considering he is still under contract with the Ultimate Fighting Championship and Nasukawa is part of the Japanese MMA promotion Rizin FF.

UFC superstar Conor McGregor is ready to pull a Floyd Mayweather Jr.

The former double champ is now awaiting his sanction for the UFC 229 post-fight brawl in October.

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