In the latest war of words between retired boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. and UFC superstar Conor McGregor, the undefeated boxing champ took a serious swipe at the Irishman, calling out Conor's net worth on social media by mocking the UFC star.
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. A photo posted by Floyd Mayweather (@floydmayweather) on Jan 19, 2017 at 8:00am PST
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.
A photo posted by Floyd Mayweather (@floydmayweather) on Jan 19, 2017 at 8:00am PST
The two have been locked in a beef trying to come up with the appropriate payday for both in a highly-anticipated fight that everyone and their grandmother wants to see. Mayweather recently appeared on ESPN's First Take to send a simple message to McGregor: "Let's make it happen," stating he wants an absurd $100 million for agreeing to the fight.
In response, UFC President Dana White added gasoline to the burning fire by calling out Floyd in a video a few days ago, believing Mayweather was dumb for turning down an alleged $25 million for both fighters.
That didn't seem to sit well with Floyd Mayweather, who then fired back at White by saying he "used to carry his bags," before turning to social media today for his latest jab.
We all didn't need another reason for this to happen, but this back-and-forth between Mayweather, McGregor and White sure adds more intrigue—so, to steal Floyd's words, let's make it happen!
MORE: 'Conor McGregor Has A Smokin' Hot Sister Who Showed Off Her Perfect Butt In A Bikini'