Conor McGregor Hilariously Puts Down Floyd Mayweather Sr. Following Presser

Sheri Evans
July 13, 2017

"We are happy we could work together to create an opportunity for our fans to experience both events, making August 26 the most exciting day in sports and entertainment Las Vegas has ever seen", they said in a statement.

Conor McGregor interrupted from his stool behind the podium: "That's to the tax man".

McGregor-whose microphone was cut off at one point as he tried to respond to Mayweather-occasionally obliterated the line between trash-talk and abuse.

"He says "I see what happens in my mind and it happens".

As a contest for purists, Mayweather-McGregor doesn't pass muster. "But I got enough to beat you". Both fighters eventually met face-to-face at center stage with UFC president Dana White stepping in between.

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"We are happy we could work together to create an opportunity for our fans to experience both events, making August 26 the most exciting day in sports and entertainment Las Vegas has ever seen", they said in a statement. Many were quick to point out on social media why McGregor's comments were racially insensitive, but Floyd Mayweather Sr. McGregor took a jab at Mayweather's outfit, telling the crowd "He's in a f***ing tracksuit, he can't even afford a suit anymore". "Everybody knew I was a defensive fighter, but I don't have the same movement that I had when I was 21, so this fight is not going to be too much movement".

Mayweather, 40, was unruffled, vowing to administer a comprehensive victory over the 28-year-old Irishman. It's a pay-per-view event that's expected to be the most lucrative prize fight of all time. "The Rolls is a 2012 outside". He is [expletive]. There is no other way about it.

But is he attending the event at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on the D-Day?

McGregor confidently claimed he would KO his opponent inside four rounds - despite the fact this will be his first boxing fight.

The lien for 2015 is just the latest in a series of tax liens filed by the IRS against Mayweather over the past decade.

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