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The CEO of Mayweather Promotions, Leonard Ellerbe, was surprised by Conor McGregor’s performance against Floyd Mayweather this past Saturday.

McGregor wasn’t getting outclassed in the early rounds and hung in there with Mayweather but eventually, Floyd turned the pace up and started landing at will.

The tenth round stoppage victory sealed the deal for Floyd and he exited the ring with a 50-0 record.

McGregor, on the other hand, could still have a couple of more fights left in professional boxing according to Ellerbe.

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