Conor McGregor caused a bit of mayhem when he obtained a boxing license, drumming up more speculation about a possible fight between him and Floyd Mayweather.  But neither Mayweather nor Leonard Ellerbe see the mega fight actually happening.

TMZ Sports spoke with Floyd who says he thinks McGregor is all talk and is piggybacking off his name to try and get even more famous.

Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe isn’t moved by the license either.  Like Floyd, Leonard believes McGregor is just looking for more attention, and can’t make the fight actually happen.

“It’s all a game. It’s all a calculated effort to gain more fans,”Ellerbe told ESPN.com. “He got a boxing license. Congratulations to him. Conor McGregor can say anything he wants to but he has a boss and his name is [UFC president] Dana White. He is under contract to the UFC and if he wanted to fight Floyd Mayweather in a boxing match he can’t because his bosses wouldn’t allow that to happen. The brass [from WME-IMG] who recently purchased the UFC [for $4 billion earlier this year] are very smart people and they would never — and put this in bold caps — let him step into a boxing ring with Floyd Mayweather because everyone knows what the outcome would be. He would get his ass beat from pillar to post.”

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