Yes, Conor McGregor Is a Racist

Yes, Conor McGregor Is a Racist

Yes, Conor McGregor Is a Racist

They meet again on Thursday night in NY but McGregor's coach was honest enough to admit he does not think Mayweather will be spooked by the Irishman's taunts. If Conor is a black belt in that, I'd give myself a low-level blue belt.

When it was Floyd "Money" Mayweather's turn, he made sure to reference his nickname, where he refers to it as his middle name.

The two are slated for their third stop on their four city, four day and three country press tour Thursday.

Responding directly to the controversial line from McGregor, Mayweather explained he wasn't offended. McGregor said it wouldn't be a problem and to send the contract his way.

"If I am being 100 per cent honest I would say no", he said when asked if McGregor was getting into his opponent's head.

"I knew he could do it but I was nervous for this fight, more so than the others, but I think that was because of all the talk and all the hype".

Mayweather, undefeated in 49 professional fights over the course of 21 years, admitted his best days are behind him but insisted he'd knock the Irishman down like a bowling pin. McGregor has never been guaranteed more than $3 million for any fight in his career.

Admitting that he's not as fast as he used to be, and that training to get in shape for fights has become grueling for him, Mayweather further stated that this will be his last fight. Would I be able to compete with Rory McIlroy, Jordan Speith or Sergio Garcia?

But Kavanagh has no worries about the UFC lightweight champion's preparation and insists his striking skills work well in boxing. One simple explanation is money.

After beating Pacquiao in the most lucrative fight of all time, Mayweather fought just once more, defeating Andre Berto on September 12, 2015.

First up was Conor McGregor who had the support of what sounded like all but four people in the Canadian crowd.

Once again, McGregor was first out and this time he was in his absolute element. I'm just telling you the truth. It will go down live on Saturday, Aug. 26, at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and be available live on Showtime pay-per-view for $89.95 ($99.95 in high definition). Like everyone else watching the spectacle, Mayweather just sat back and enjoyed the show.

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