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Floyd Mayweather’s tenth round TKO victory over Conor McGregor didn’t come as a shock especially after the Irishman started to fade away in the sixth round.

It became evident that it was only a matter of time before Floyd would hammer the final nail. Referee Robert Byrd stopped the fight after the fluent combination by Floyd in the tenth, but McGregor says it was an early stoppage and he could have continued on fighting till the final bell.

The Irishman’s biggest argument was that he didn’t get dropped to the floor during the canvas. 

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