"I don't like that "Boy" word", Ward told us in L.A. "I don't like that".
Judoka Euan Burton, from Pencaitland, described Taylor's performance as "different class", while Wallyford para-powerlifter Micky Yule, who was at the Braehead Arena to watch Taylor win, told Courier Sport: "I thought Josh handled the occasion superbly". He said,"He looks good for a seven- or eight-figure fighter but I'm a nine-figure fighter", he boasted. McGregor said it wouldn't be a problem and to send the contract his way.
Mayweather remained calm throughout McGregor's tirade of verbal jabs, nodding his head and appearing close to boredom.
"Floyd is 40 years of age, he's been around the fight game, I think the two of them are having a lot of fun with it".
"I don't want to talk to Dana White", Mayweather said.
Few people give the Irish cage fighter much of a chance in the ring against Mayweather, but he is dominating the build up. What are you doing with a f**king schoolbag? After the event, Mayweather was asked by TMZ if he took offense to the remark. McGregor threw Mayweather off.
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The upcoming August 26 bout has been compared to the fight between Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao on May 2, 2015.
"He said, 'I want Khabib in Russia, '" White said this past month in an exclusive interview.
But in NY, where a "Hamilton" seat can cost you a rent check, there's still a deal to be found - even in the fight game. He was wearing the Canadian flag.
It seems as though everyone but McGregor gets the racial undertones of not only calling a black man boy, but also telling one to dance, as if they're some type of court jester.
When he said the "boy" comment, it is what it is.
While Tuesday didn't have a clear victor in the banter between the two fighters, McGregor stole the show in Toronto - although, Mayweather insists he was the victor of the first two days of the tour.
McGregor may have gotten off to a slow start on the Mayweather vs. McGregor world tour but he came out the blocks for the second leg like a champion.