Floyd Mayweather To Conor McGregor: "Stop Blowing Smoke Up Everyone's A**" [Video]
Retired boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. is tired of the Conor McGregor questions. The iconic sports athlete has challenged the UFC superstar to make a decision on whether or not they're going to face-off in the ring.
New footage has surfaced of Money Mayweather telling McGregor to sign the necessary paperwork to make a dream bout go down.
In mid-February, McGregor and Floyd Mayweather went at each other's necks on social media.
Hours prior, Floyd sparked headlines after announcing he had no immediate fight plans in the books.
In January, Money Mayweather expressed his interest in facing off against Conor.
In a program called "An Experience with 'The Notorious' Conor McGregor," the UFC champion sat down for a wide-ranging interview with MMAFighting.com's Ariel Helwani in front of a live audience both in person and online, and he addressed questions about his past, his present and whether his future will include a fight with Mayweather. "That fight is being more than explored. That fight has been in the works for a while now," McGregor said. "It's a fight the people want. It's the fight I want." "The fans want this fight. The fans have been asking for this fight," Mayweather said later Saturday. "It's all about entertainment. He's very entertaining. He's very outspoken like myself. So let's give the fans what they want to see." (ESPN)
Floyd Mayweather, in a Showtime interview, says a fight with MMA's Conor McGregor "can happen" and would want it at 147-150 pounds.
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