Conor McGregor's mentor as of now has communicated reservations about getting a decent deal when the UFC lightweight champ confronts Floyd Mayweather one month from now in Las Vegas.
Yet, the controller entrusted with directing the session said the authorities who work the bout will see the two soldiers similarly.
"There's no partiality," Nevada State Athletic Commission Executive Director Bennett told MMAjunkie. "There's no predisposition. They consented to box, and they'll battle like whatever other bout. For whatever length of time that you take after the standards, at that point your odds are predicated on your activities in the ring.
"We're in the center. We're here entirely to manage the occasion. That is our specialty for each battle. No one has an edge. There's no bias here. They're two exceptional competitors. It ought to be an, exceptionally fascinating occasion, and we'll see what occurs in the ring."
Bennett green-lit McGregor's boxing permit and endorsed the session with Mayweather (49-0 boxing) regardless of the UFC lightweight champ having no expert involvement in boxing. He safeguarded his choice and said McGregor (21-3 MMA, 9-1 UFC) has more than demonstrated his capacity to contend in the ring.
"I don't perceive any reason why this battle would not be approvable, and right now, I'm not going to disclose to you why it is approvable," he said. "I may explain that data at the following commission meeting. In any case, as I would see it, I see no motivation behind why it's not approvable."
Bennett will present a rundown of authorities under thought to the UFC, which will then circulate the rundown to the contenders' camps. On the off chance that reservations are communicated by either side, he stated, they will be tended to with the concerned party.
"On the off chance that you need some individual pulled, you need to tell me why," Bennett said. "Furthermore, it needs to turn out to be valid. Furthermore, on the off chance that it is, at that point I'll pull them. On the off chance that it's not, I won't."
The authorities will then be introduced to the five-part commission for a vote amid the NSAC's meeting Aug. 16 in Las Vegas. Similarly as with any real battle, Bennett will give his proposals, and worries from either camp can be voiced. However, the commission eventually chooses who will ref and judge the battle.
"All I would state that the general population need to assess or judge this battle, they should know the judging criteria for boxing and the bound together standards of boxing," Bennett said. "It's not a MMA battle. Also, Conor has demonstrated he's a significant boxer or striker, i.e., the Diaz battle at UFC 202."
Asked whether McGregor's UFC 202 prevail upon Diaz was the central factor in supporting the session with Mayweather and McGregor, Bennett said no.