Neither Mayweather Jr. nor his dad took offense to McGregor's smack talk.
Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor came together recently in a rather weird commercial to promote this week's ESPYS award show and again, it's a odd one, to say the least. "He tip-tap-toes to a decision".
"Floyd says it's about the fans, but he's doing this because he's in a dire situation", McGregor said. "He's boxing's biggest b--".
Mayweather remained calm throughout McGregor's tirade of verbal jabs, nodding his head and appearing close to boredom. "You can't even read!"
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And when McGregor told Brazilian fighter Jose Aldo, "I own this town, I own Rio de Janeiro". Mayweather Promotions is the matchmaker of record, and his cable partner, Showtime, will handle the pay-per-view. "Hell no. You f-king weasel".
Floyd also addressed Conor's attack on his reading ability with an extremely on-brand response, saying "I'm the motherf-- that can't read?". B-ch I do numbers.
McGregor quickly replied, "You owe money", much to the crowd's delight.
"No f-king problem. Send the contract, kid".
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In an interview with TMZ, Mayweather Sr said: "Racist?" He's obviously got that in Floyd.
And then Wednesday night, McGregor pulled out his "Dance for me, boy!" line again, while Mayweather just sat back and watched.
"Who has more money, you or Floyd?" the elder Mayweather finally asked. They exchange insults, boast about their accomplishments, take turns predicting knockouts and pretend they want to fight each other.
On his last visit to Toronto: "I was here three years ago, I was also on a world tour, facing the pound-for-pound number one fighter on the planet, Jose Aldo".
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At the peak of Conor McGregor's memorable (and largely obscene) rant during Wednesday's second leg of a four-city global press tour promoting his August 26 boxing match against Floyd Mayweather, the UFC lightweight champion turned his anger onto cable network Showtime.
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