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Floyd Mayweather takes shots at Conor McGregor for asking for $25m to fight him



Boxing champion, Floyd Mayweather who is worth $650 million made a comparison between his net worth and UFC Lightweight Champion, Conor McGregor's net worth which is $2.5 million and told him that he wasn't 'big boy' enough to be paid $25million to fight him. Read what he said after the cut...

Before you ask for $25 million, be worth more than $25 million. You have the "2" and the "5" right but you meant to say $2.5 million not $25 million.

Mayweather is referring to the UFC president, Dana White's, offer to pay both McGregor and Mayweather $25 million each to fight each other. This will be a huge step-up for McGregor who earns $3 million per fight if Mayweather accepts the challenge.

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