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Conor McGregor Looked Back At Boxing Spectacle Versus Floyd Mayweather Jr

Conor McGregor Looked Back At Boxing Spectacle Versus Floyd Mayweather Jr

Conor McGregor Posts Epic Comparison On His Instagram Account

Conor McGregor has proven he is a man who doesn’t forget important dates. He trolled Paulie Malignaggi for a training KO. Then he remembered that one year of his famous boxing match versus Floyd Mayweather has passed. One of the highest paid boxing matches was held on August 26, 2017, at the T-Mobile Arena, in Paradise, Nevada.

Conor made an interesting comparison between rules and money. A knee to the face of his partner obviously means no rules. Just as his Instagram post says.

“1 year ago today I adhered to a load of rules, for a load of riches. Not today though. Today was no rules. Just a fight. A Proper one. For nothing more than peace, and peace of mind.”

Conor McGregor proved he is born with the heart of a lion. Despite Floyd Mayweather was undefeated, The Notorious fought like a real champion for the first few rounds. He was gassed in the later stages but remained a pure warrior until the end. Money won via tenth-round KO.

Conor earned 30 million dollars and even saved UFC’s fiscal year. But later on, some other UFC fighters started asking for boxing matches. Former UFC Heavyweight champ, Stipe Miocic, was very interested in a showdown against Anthony Joshua. During the last few months, Dana White talks about Zuffa Boxing. Conor McGregor might have written a history after Mayweather fight!

When it comes to money, Dana White stated that Conor McGregor could be UFC part-owner as well. Conor McGregor will fight Khabib Nurmagomedov at the main event of UFC 229 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Who knows how much money could Conor earn. Don’t forget UFC 229 has already broken the pay-per-view (PPV) records and reached the second place!

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