Floyd Mayweather Jr. already has a win over Conor McGregor in a boxing match, and now Floyd Sr. is confident he can do the same to the former UFC double-champion.

When broached by the ever-present cameras of TMZ Sports, Floyd Sr. was informed of Conor’s recent bar-room altercation with a man around his age.

When asked what he would do if that happened to him, Floyd started showing off his shadowboxing skills, proving that at 66 years of age, the man still knows how to throw a punch.

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So when asked of he could take McGregor in a fight, Floyd Sr. didn’t bite his tongue.

“I’d beat the s**t out of Conor,” Mayweather Sr. said. “I would beat the s**t out of Conor right now. I’m double his age and I’d whoop is ass.”

Throughout his career in his younger days, Floyd Sr. obtained a professional record of 28-6-1 with 18 knockouts. As impressive as that it is, fighting Conor is no easy task.

Indeed, McGregor went 10 rounds with the baddest boxer in the world, so while Floyd Sr. is confident, getting a win over Conor in the boxing ring won’t come easy despite his vast experience.

Of course, Floyd Sr’s talk is all of naught as it would never happen. But at least he sent out a warning to “Notorious” should he ever feel froggy and challenge him to a fight, or if he tries to get the drop on him like he did the 50-year old man in Ireland.

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