Floyd Mayweather Jr. Low-Key Pisses Conor McGregor Off, Steps Into UFC Ring & Sparks Speculation

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Boxing icon Floyd Mayweather Jr. might really be about that UFC life after all. The sports mogul has social media buzzing after low-key trolling one-time victim Conor McGregor – again – with a huge post.

Mayweather went to both Instagram and Twitter Tuesday (January 30) with clips of himself going into an octagon ring.

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Without wasting any time, Conor jumped onto his Twitter page to respond.

Hours prior, Mayweather lit up his Instagram page to troll McGregor with a huge hit from their summer 2017 boxing match.

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#MCM Mayweather Crushes McGregor.

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Earlier this month, Conor relied on his Instagram page to troll Mayweather.

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Violate these nuts 🥜

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In a recent interview, New York rapper 50 Cent said he’d beat McGregor in a street fight.

Right now, when he’s at 154 pounds?” 50 asked in response to a journalist’s question during a media conference call to promote his latest film, Den of Thieves. “I’m 225 right now! They don’t understand this is heavyweight [expletive] going on around here. I hit them, they see a white light. They hear a message. Slow down, boy. They think Jesus is talking to them.” He added: “Outside the confinements of the sport. If you got into a [street] fight, it’s a different thing.” (Express UK)

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