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Floyd Mayweather took care of Conor McGregor in the ring with a business as usual-type of performance.

He wasn’t throwing multiple combinations but instead, picked his shots carefully and did not over commit at any point during the fight. McGregor did his best in the earlier rounds but Floyd’s skill and experience were simply too much for the Irishman as he started to slowly gas out after the sixth round.

Even though his performance was good, Floyd’s training camp did not go through as smoothly. After the fight he explained to the media why. 

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