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Conor McGregor did his best to try to cause an upset but eventually, reality stepped in and Floyd Mayweather outboxed his opponent.

There were brief moments when McGregor did look good against the 40-year old veteran, which gave some fans hope of a possible second McGregor bout against another boxer.

Mayweather’s right hand man Leonard Ellerbe said that he would like to see McGregor box again, but Floyd himself had very different thoughts. Against the younger guys of the game, The Irishman would not make it according to Mayweather.

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