Former undisputed UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo appears to share the same opinion as most everyone else. The Brazilian shared his opinion on the potential blockbuster matchup during an online Q&A last Friday. Suffice to say, it wasn’t much of a surprise.

Aldo, who was previously one of the most dominant UFC champions in history, was stopped by McGregor at UFC 192. McGregor needed only 13-seconds to pummel Aldo into unconsciousness in a record-setting finish.

Although he nearly begged for a rematch, Aldo never got to exact revenge against his conqueror. McGregor instead went on to pursue other big fights. He ended up winning another UFC title at lightweight, of course. And now he’s sitting pretty at the top of world with a boatload of cash beneath his feet.

Jose Aldo Thinks Conor McGregor Doesn’t Stand A Chance Against Floyd Mayweather

Early last year, McGregor teased the possibility of a Mayweather crossover bout. Suffice to say, the hype for the fight blew up and now it’s nearly a reality. The two camps have gone back and forth in the media recently expressing their intent to make the fight a reality.

McGregor event went on to make plans to build his own company, McGregor Promotions, which is a page right out of Mayweather’s playbook with Mayweather Promotions.

If the fight does indeed go down, which appears that it just might, many feel the two fighters are simply in different leagues.

One guy who thinks McGregor has absolutely no chance is Aldo. And he wasn’t shy about giving his two cents.

Aldo Predicts Mayweather Would Win Fairly Easily

“First of all, we don’t know if it will happen or not,” Aldo said. “There are a lot of things involved. Mainly McGregor has a contract to follow so it’s hard to happen. But if it happens, I don’t think he has a chance.”

Mayweather is one of the most talented fighters in the history of boxing. He is arguably the best fighter of this era, and there are not many who can rival his skill inside the ring. Aldo just doesn’t see how McGregor, who has no professional boxing experience, could pull off the upset.

“Mayweather has the experience of competing for years in the sport of boxing, so I don’t see how (McGregor would win),” Aldo said.

“Of course, it’s a fight, but it’s hard for us MMA fighters to go to a different world challenging one of the best in the history. I don’t see a result different than a win for Mayweather.”

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