AMIR KAHN has said that Floyd Mayweather's exceptionally expected battle against Conor McGregor will be a "shot battle" and a completely uneven challenge.
The British boxer needed to battle the supreme Irish UFC lightweight champion before the Mayweather battle declaration.
"I believe it will be a shot battle," the previous brought together light-welterweight title holder revealed to Gulf News.
"It's all simply talk right now. Mayweather will essentially bulldoze him.
"That is to say, on the off chance that you take a gander at it, it's not by any stretch of the imagination a battle. McGregor against Mayweather has no boxing foundation and experience.
"I can securely foresee a ghastly knockout," said Khan.
The 30-year-old extols the Irishman's way to deal with the battle from a business perspective, however concedes that his odds of beating the 49-0 American are thin.
"McGregor has nothing to lose in that sense, and toward the finish of everything, he will make a cool $100 (£77m). It's great business."
Khan mulled over a move back to MMA in March in the wake of being spotted ringside at UFC 208.
The British boxer stated: "Mayweather will have his first knockout since he thumped out Ricky Hatton. He's not had a KO for as long as six years.
"Yet, with this one against McGregor he will undoubtedly be a simple champ." the 30-year-old anticipated.
"It would be an awesome route for Mayweather to end this is he thumps out a MMA whiz like McGregor, who extremely surely understands this is a free battle for him.
"You know why? Since he can backpedal and simply pivot and say that he's lost a boxing battle to a genuine boxer.
"He can simply say 'I have never been a boxer. I've generally been a MMA contender'. McGregor has nothing to free."
The British Olympian hit the features this week following his sharp love split with accomplice Faryal Makhdoom.