Leaked Footage confirms Floyd Mayweather gave the early rounds to McGregor

    

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Last weekend was the biggest combat sports event in human history as Boxing legend and the greatest of all times, Floyd Mayweather came out of retirement at the age of 40, to take on the 29yr old UFC 2 division champion Conor McGregor. Showtime released the latest episode of All-Access “The Epilogue” and it delivers proof that Floyd intentionally gave Conor the early rounds in order to tire him out. You see his corner telling him not to make any big moves yet, that Conor will tire out, “wait”. Then you see Floyd tell his family ringside after the 3rd round “Ok, Now it’s time.” Then you see Floyd Sr. tell Floyd “Now you can start fighting, he’s tired.”

  

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor McGregor, also known as “The Money Fight”[2] and “The Biggest Fight in Combat Sports History”,[3] was a professional boxing match between undefeated eleven-time five-division boxing world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. and two-division mixed martial arts (MMA) world champion and at-the-time current UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor. The match took place at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, on August 26, 2017 at the light-middleweight weight class (154 lbs; 69.9 kg). It was scheduled for twelve rounds and recorded the second highest pay-per-view buy rate in history.

   
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Mayweather extended his professional boxing undefeated streak to 50 victories and 0 defeats (50–0), surpassing the 49–0 record of Hall of Famer Rocky Marciano by defeating McGregor by technical knockout (TKO) in the 10th round.[5] Mayweather’s guaranteed disclosed paycheck was $100,000,000 and McGregor’s guaranteed disclosed paycheck was $30,000,000.[6][7] However, the purse for the two fighters was expected to be substantially higher for each, with Mayweather reportedly earning over $300,000,000 from the fight and McGregor earning over $100,000,000.

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During his successful UFC mixed martial arts career McGregor maintained an interest in boxing and entertained the idea of a “money fight” with Mayweather.[11] Mayweather reportedly talked to Freddie Roach to train McGregor for the fight in case it would happen.[12] UFC president Dana White dismissed the rumors of a fight with Mayweather on The Dan Patrick Show, stating that Mayweather would have to contact him since McGregor was under contract with the UFC.[13] White even went as far as stating, “Here’s what I think the chances are [of the fight happening]: About the same of me being the backup quarterback for Brady on Sunday,” referring to Super Bowl LI.[14] In January 2017, it was reported that the two parties had entered an “exploratory phase” in negotiating a potential match between Mayweather and McGregor. On The Herd with Colin Cowherd, White openly offered to pay Mayweather $25 million to hold the proposed bout during a UFC event. He also predicted that pay-per-view viewership of the hypothetical bout could possibly rival Mayweather vs. Pacquiao.

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On March 7, 2017, Mayweather called upon McGregor to “sign the paper” and “make it happen”, arguing that “if Conor McGregor really wants this fight to happen, stop blowing smoke up everybody’s ass.”[16] On March 10, 2017, Mayweather stated that only a fight with McGregor would make him come out of retirement.[17] On March 16, 2017, Dana White backpedaled on his stance against a Mayweather–McGregor bout and said that he would not deprive McGregor of a massive payday.[18][19] On May 18, 2017, McGregor reportedly agreed to all of Mayweather’s updated terms and signed the contract.[20] The official confirmation of the fight was made on June 14.[21] An international press tour was held from July 11–14.