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Conor McGregor made tons of headlines with his latest open workout session last Friday. His very unorthodox movement in the ring has been getting a lot of attention on social media and especially amongst fellow boxers.

Former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye posted a video on social media of him doing his best McGregor impression in the ring.

“Everyone in the gym was doing their best Conor McGregor impression today, I think I won. Let’s hope his fight v Mayweather is entertaining,” wrote Haye. 

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