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Paulie Malignaggi is certainly not done verbally taking shots at Conor McGregor.

The storyline between Malignaggi and McGregor has been well documented throughout the month of August. The American first complimented the Irishman on his power and admitted that it had some ‘pop’ to it.

Camp McGregor then released a couple of photos showing Malignaggi floored on the canvas which lead to him leaving the Irishman’s training camp. And then came out the footage of McGregor knocking Malignaggi down during sparring.

The American said that because of McGregor’s antics, the boxing world is laughing at him. 

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