Floyd Mayweather, exhausted by everyone bothering him about his possible fight with McGregor, let Conor know he’s not scared, and that McGregor is a bitch.
“If he really wants to fight, sign the contract,” Mayweather said on Tuesday night. “You keep telling everybody I’m scared of you, I’m scared of you! This is what I’m gonna do, I’m gonna get a contract typed up tonight, I’m gonna sign it and I’m gonna fax it over to Conor McGregor and see if he’s gonna sign it. Conor McGregor, you a bitch.”
No contract has been signed yet. Guess McGregor, is in fact, a bitch.
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