Fox Sports enters the ring for the anticipated fight between boxing champion Floyd “Money” Mayweather and UFC champion “The Notorious” Conor McGregor, with programming on Fox, FS1, FS2 and Fox Deportes leading up to the main event and recapping the action afterwards. TBE [The Best Ever].
“They said I’m the motherf-ker who can’t read”.
Last night’s showdown in Toronto was explosive as McGregor sensationally accepted Mayweather’s dare to put his whole fight purse on the line. “I was like, ‘Okay, that’s what they all have said'”.
“We’re not talking about being at the top for one year, two years, three years, four years”. “You little weasel. Look at you, you little f*cking weasel”.
“Racism still exists but you know, I try to take something negative and turn it into something positive”, Mayweather said. The Irish man is going to fall short, they said.
“No f*cking problem. Send the contract”. The un-retired boxing legend also had some words for White. One shot is all it takes me.
“You’re 40 f***ing years of age”. You’ve done a hell of a job with this company. “I think we do really well”.
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Kavanagh was speaking at a news conference in Glasgow, where another of his UFC fighters, Gunnar Nelson, is set to face Santiago Ponzinibbio this Sunday and he will jet out to the United States on Monday to re-join McGregor’s camp. But Mayweather responded by saying he was “running into the bank”. Sure, Mayweather may be a bit flamboyant, an alleged woman abuser, and is probably on a 2nd grade reading level (no offense to 2nd graders out there), but thankfully, what the recent press events have shown, is that McGregor is a full fledged racist.
The sell will continue this way, with McGregor playing the part of the popular guy, with Mayweather the aging villain, with the verbal bullying seemingly one-sided, because this sells.
Mayweather and McGregor’s tour resumes Thursday at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.