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Mayweather taunts McGregor with the Irish flag and imitates him

Mayweather taunts McGregor with the Irish flag and imitates him

Floyd Mayweather used the Irish flag and imitated Conor McGregor’s walk to make fun of him, while the European ‘stole’ the American boxer’s wallet and criticized the little money that was in it this Thursday in Toronto in the second face to face before from their fight on Aug. 26.

‘Money’ Mayweather looked more challenging this time, unlike the first meeting between the two fighters on Tuesday in Los Angeles, and came dancing to the specially mounted stage.

Immediately he approached the public, asked for an Irish flag, put it on his back and began to walk like McGregor, then kneeling for almost a minute while looking at his rival.

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‘The Notorious’ McGregor, again dressed in a tight blue suit, grabbed Mayweather’s wallet, opened it, and said,’ Just five thousand dollars? Is that all you have here?

The Irishman, who in mixed martial arts has dominated the featherweight and lightweight divisions of the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship), reiterated in this second face-to-face the alleged financial problems that Mayweather claims to have.

The American boxer, seeing how McGregor blamed him for the lack of money, stood up and threw the flag at her while ridiculing her saying that it was nothing more than a present.

Mayweather, world champion in five categories: super featherweight, lightweight, super lightweight, welterweight and super welterweight, will meet McGregor, who has never had a fight in boxing professional, on August 26 in Las Vegas in a fight under the rules of boxing.

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The American boxer will win a purse close to 300 million dollars, while the Irish fighter will obtain one of around 100 million.

This Thursday, both will be in the third promotional face-to-face in New York and Friday will be the fourth and last in London. EFE

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