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If there’s something that’s definitely not missing from Conor McGregor’s camp and training staff – it’s confidence.

Confidence in nothing else but a solid and career-defining victory against Floyd Mayweather on August 26th in Las Vegas while the whole world is watching. It’s a big ask but Team McGregor are absolutely sure of their victory and want to send shockwaves around the globe.

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