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While the beef between Paulie Malignaggi and Conor McGregor seems to be growing by the day, another eye witness has come forward.

Malignaggi left McGregor’s training camp after photos were leaked from the sparring session between the two. The American wasn’t happy that the images only showed him receiving punches and laying on the canvas.

He then went on various sports shows and blasted McGregor. Malignaggi claimed that the Irishman was losing to him in sparring and this irritated McGregor.

Tiernan Bradley, another sparring partner, who was there when it all went down has published his side of the story. And it’s certainly different compared to Malignaggi’s. Apparently, it was Conor who got the upper hand.

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