Floyd Mayweather Responds to Conor McGregor's Racist Slur

50 Cent issues Instagram response to Conor Mc Gregor dissing him during New York tour stop

50 Cent issues Instagram response to Conor Mc Gregor dissing him during New York tour stop

Ultimately, it seems like both Mayweather and McGregor are running out of material after just a few days and should probably turn their attention back to the fight itself, leaving all of this extra nonsense behind. In boxing, people give speeches.

Espinoza said the massive media interest in Tuesday's event led to McGregor's radio silence.

Mayweather also threw handfuls of money in the air aimed at McGregor.

"No, when he said the boy comment it is what it is", said Mayweather.

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Famous for his knockout power in the MMA cage, McGregor managed only glancing blows on Thursday as Mayweather, widely regarded as one of the best defensive fighters of all-time, side-stepped and returned fired by dubbing McGregor a quitter.

However, on the second stop of the trip, in Toronto, McGregor again used the expression while the crowd chanted "Ole!" during his speech. "We'll see August 26th who's quitting". I've been knowing Dana White 21 years. McGregor said. "Dance for me, boy!".

McGregor addressed the situation during the third press conference of the worldwide tour, which took place at the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn, and insisted that he is not a racist. The evening wraps up immediately following the SHOWTIME PPV main event with the POSTFIGHT SHOW on FS1 and Fox Deportes.

"He's going to be unconscious", McGregor said. "He is crossing the line, but I can not really focus on that right now", Mayweather said.

President Dana White claimed that "Notorious" wants to defend his lightweight title in Russian Federation against Khabib Nurmagomedov by the end of the year.

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