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Each Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor have made it clear that they haven’t any drawback with sporting eight-ounce gloves for his or her Aug. 26 battle, and it seems the Nevada State Athletic Fee is prepared to pay attention.

NSAC government director Bob Bennett informed Brett Okamoto of ESPN that each fighters have submitted official requests for permission to don eight-ounce gloves, and that the fee is prepared to think about the fighters’ arguments.

“Each camps have submitted a waiver by the date we requested, which was at this time,” Bennett stated. “The fee will hear each camps’ reasoning as to why it ought to deviate from its laws throughout a scheduled assembly on Aug. sixteen. Our chairman Anthony Marnell will then lead a dialog with the opposite fee members and they’ll vote on it that day.”

Present NSAC laws state that any battle with a weight of 147 kilos or higher requires fighters to put on 10-ounce gloves. Mayweather and McGregor are set to battle at 154 kilos.