Floyd Mayweather honors slain NYPD cop during Bronx visit

Floyd Mayweather honors slain NYPD cop during Bronx visit

Floyd Mayweather honors slain NYPD cop during Bronx visit

This is regarding the August 26 super mega fight between Floyd "Money" Mayweather and Connor "The Notorious" McGregor. I suppose this whole story is like a Rocky story, right? I'm not saying the fighters are on steroids, I'm saying the method of production and hype is juiced up beyond belief.

As for his plans afterwards, McGregor is expected to defend his lightweight title which he won all the way back in UFC 205 in November 2016.

As the long-awaited clash between the duo draws near, Conor McGregor has claimed he will change the face of boxing by beating Floyd Mayweather.

"Nobody knows that squared circle like me", Mayweather told reporters.

Speaking to BT Sport, Conor McGregor confirmed what was already said by his coach John Kavanagh and UFC president Dana White.

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McGregor made several precise verbal jabs at Mayweather's juiced up goons. I've been here before, but he's tough. The fans demanded this fight.

Mayweather, one of the most accomplished defensive fighters in history, admits there's a level of uncertainty in the entire undertaking.

During the first press conference, Mayweather was making a speech when he stopped and showed off some shadow-boxing moves in front of McGregor. However, Mayweather (49-0, 26 KOs) has scored a number of victories against big-name opponents including Arturo Gatti, Manny Pacquaio, Oscar De La Hoya, Jose Luis Castillo, Zab Judah, Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, and Diego Corrales.

McGregor, who had a microphone of his own, shouted, "Dance for me, boy!". "I don't need a fighter to motivate me, but we have to give the people what they want to see, and that's what the people want to see".

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