In (very explicit) quotes: Conor McGregor absolutely owns Floyd Mayweather in Toronto

In (very explicit) quotes: Conor McGregor absolutely owns Floyd Mayweather in Toronto

In (very explicit) quotes: Conor McGregor absolutely owns Floyd Mayweather in Toronto

At Wednesday's press conference, the second on their world tour, Mayweather and McGregor got together in Toronto after Tuesday's huge show in Los Angeles. He reminded McGregor often that he has made much more money throughout his career and he chanted "hard work" to a crowd that was unwilling to chant "dedication" in return. What are you doing with a f**king schoolbag?

Estimates suggest Mayweather could make up to $400 million and McGregor's purse would be near the $100 million mark. "We're talking about 21 years", Mayweather said.

"I just go out there when it's time to fight, I go out there and be the best that I can be".

He said that all pundits and experts are "crazy" if they don't think he has a chance, claiming Mayweather was "boxing's biggest b***h". "You can't even read!". "He doesn't tap out".

"The last time I checked he's still a professional fighter", Mayweather said of his lightly-regarded opponent.

I wouldn't be surprised if The Money Team was digging up Bundini Brown's grave as we speak for some pointers and better punchlines.

Mayweather's best moment came when he urged McGregor to bet his entire pay cheque that he would win the fight, but the UFC champion didn't miss a beat before agreeing and telling him to draft up a contract.

"They try to set me up at every turn out here, they're trying to catch me off guard, trying to see me in an uncomfortable position but I thrive in uncomfortable positions".

Mayweather again labelled the UFC star as a quitter, adding: "I'm flawless, 49-0".

"What the fuck is he wearing, he looks like a little 12-year-old break-dancer bitch".

McGregor responded by swiping Mayweather's backpack and insulting him for only having "Like five grand" in cash in it.

But until then, McGregor still has three more opportunities - with promotional stops scheduled for Toronto, New York and London - to embarrass the boxing legend.

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