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The final press conference between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor was serious and not so much about the circus act anymore.

There was no more big audiences nor massive hype just the media and almost an empty arena.

McGregor was his usual self and vowed to knock Mayweather out.

Mayweather, on the other hand, thanked the UFC President Dana White and Conor McGregor for making the fight itself possible. Floyd also complimented McGregor on being ‘a hell of an athlete’.

Check out the full press conference here. 

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