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Diddy Boxes Against Mark Wahlberg in Bet for Mayweather Vs. McGregor Fight

September 26 2017, 03:50 | Sammy Rose

Conor Mc Gregor getting his hands wrapped ahead of a media workout

Conor Mc Gregor getting his hands wrapped ahead of a media workout

Mayweather and McGregor will compete live on Showtime pay-per-view (PPV) from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada Saturday night.

After McGregor made his arrival, he spoke to the media.

The sets, which cost $24.99, are available for one week through August 29. Before another Mayweather fight no less.

On Monday, Topps will wrap things up by issuing a card featuring the victor of the fight.

Eubank said: "Floyd is treating this fight like he's about to go in there with the number one contender".

It has been reported that Pop superstar singer Justin Bieber's close relationship with his pastor is causing him to distance himself from certain people in his life which includes World Champion Professional Fighter, Floyd Mayweather.

"You look at Mayweather sparring guys like Errol Spence Jr and Chris Eubank Jr, who really can fight, and then McGregor has a few MMA guys, an amateur boxer, and one or two journeymen".

The 29-year-old McGregor twice fought Nate Diaz at the mixed martial arts welterweight limit of 170 pounds last year. Well, in that case there very well may be a fine, but Mayweather doesn't seem to care what weight his opponent fights at.

One of the biggest trash talkers in UFC history, Conor McGregor, has just released an app which sees him doing the smack talking on behalf of fans.

Malignaggi has been particularly aggrieved by claims he was knocked down by McGregor during their sparring sessions, which he says is untrue.

Though we don't get to see how the fight plays out between Combs and Wahlberg, the longtime friends are all smiles - and even shared a hug - in behind the scenes shots of filming.

"Sometimes what you say after, if they can show a bit of class and integrity, will capture the attention of adults who will tell their kids, 'listen to what they said'".



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