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It’s been over a month since Floyd Mayweather did the business and ended the boxing hype behind Conor McGregor with a tenth round TKO.

But at a recent event in Glasgow, the UFC champion spoke his mind about the fight and especially targeted referee Robert Byrd, who stopped the fight in round 10.

“Adalaide Byrd’s husband Robert Byrd, that’s all I’ll say on that. That’s her husband,” said McGregor referring to Adelaide Byrd’s controversial 118-110 scorecard after Golovkin-Canelo.

“When we came face to face and we were doing the rules thing, he was only staring at me. I’m looking at him staring at me and I could see in my peripheral vision that he was looking at me and not looking at Floyd,” McGregor told. 

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