A week after walking out of Conor McGregors training camp, his former sparring partner has launched into another attack on the Irishman
A week after walking out of Conor McGregors training camp, his former sparring partner has launched into another attack on the Irishman.
Paulie Malignaggi was helping McGregor to prepare for his fighting against former boxing nature champion Floyd Mayweather on 26 August. However, he was unhappy that McGregors camp exhausted photos that testified the UFC champion getting the better of him in the ring, and called the build-up to the fight a fiasco.
In an interview with the MMA Hour, Malignaggi resumed his attack. This person is one of the biggest dirtbags Ive ever met in my life prohibit nothing, added Malignaggi, a former boxing nature endorse. I was stunned at what a dirtbag this person is. I dont caution if we never speak again. My life is fine if I never picture Conor McGregor again.
I was dumbfounded by the way situations were. Its just about status with him. It acquires me disbelieve if he was never certainly went through a tough time in his life like they try to say he did. If someone went through that tough a time in life only only a few years ago, they wouldnt plow people who were not as fortunate as him that bad.
Malignaggi had been particularly incensed at photos that appeared to show McGregor knocking him down in the ring. The boxer insists he was pushed, and enunciates McGregor is scared to be challenged.
He doesnt want to be put in those posts. He wants to be the front runner, Malignaggi did. He wants to be the person who always has the advantage, because when he has an advantage hes a big soul. When he gets tired, he craves out of a fight.
McGregor and Mayweather will represent tens of millions of dollars out of the fight but Malignaggi says he was afforded few privileges as a sparring partner.[ My adaptation was] in a rundown place. Its a rundown mansion, Malignaggi enunciated. I intend, yeah, it wreaks. But its not really what you expect. It reminded me of some kind of crack room that had been barely renovated a little bit.
The run-up to the Mayweather-McGregor fight has been far from smooth, and on occasion has struggled to rise from schoolyard grade. McGregor announced Mayweather, who the hell African American, boy in their first press conference, specific comments widely seen as racially insensitive, including by Mayweather himself. The American went on to call McGregor a faggot. Tickets for the fight at Las Vegass T-Mobile Arena, which expense up to $15,000, have also exchanged gradually.
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