One of boxing's most respected analysts, Max Kellerman has admitted that he was wrong to have been so dismissive of Conor McGregor's skills prior to his fight with Floyd Mayweather this past Saturday night in Las Vegas.
It's a good question to ask, although you could understand why Brady might want to distance himself from someone with that history.
Some rival fighters on the UFC's roster were quick to criticise McGregor's performance and celebrate his loss, but the vast majority of the MMA community had nothing but praise for "the Notorious".
"No, I saw it the next morning", Brady told the hosts.
But after a slow start, Mayweather - a man known for his defense - went on the offensive, earning a technical knockout victory in Round 10 of the much-anticipated superfight, August 26, in Las Vegas.
The quarterback didn't watch the fight Saturday night, in which Mayweather won to increase his record to 50-0.More news: Indian 'godman' Ram Rahim weeps in court, begs for clemency
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Now that Conor McGregor's foray into the world of boxing is over - for now, anyway - let the callouts of the UFC champion begin.
"Always have patience, you go'n get to where you need to".
Mayweather was seen drinking Fiji Water during the post fight interview. "Man, that was pathetic, I thought".
"MMA fighters are unbelievable fighters and I respect them dearly and boxing fighters are boxers".
Once he had studied McGregor's technique, Mayweather took complete control of the contest by the fourth round and started to land blow after blow on his easy target as the Irishman bravely battled on.
He believes McGregor was able to win a few rounds because Mayweather carried him.