Shortly after Conor McGregor ended the in-ring press conference with the quote "the bullsh*t is now over", the media were introduced to a very different personality.
Calm and collected, the 29-year-old UFC lightweight champion gave one of his most inspirational speeches to date.
The bullsh*t was certainly over. McGregor sounded like a man with incredible knowledge and wisdom.
This was a McGregor who wasn't playing up for the cameras. He was humble, friendly and spoke with a calming nature, giving advice and reflecting on his career.
In the past few days, we've seen Conor and Floyd speak trash on numerous occasions, but this was far from the McGregor we've come to expect in Los Angeles, Toronto and New York.
As the media began to pack their bags and head home, one journalist asked Conor to reflect on the spectacle of the past week.
His answer was inspired, and will continue to inspire those who watch it:
It was a very different story in the ring. Conor McGregor's beef with Floyd Mayweather's 'juice head' body guards continued as he put them on blast during his speech in the London press conference.
After their grueling world tour which saw stops in Los Angeles, Toronto and Brooklyn, the pair concluded their media obligations by heading to the U.K with McGregor in fine form in front of a packed Wembley Arena.
And he renewed hostilities with Mayweather's body guards by launching a verbal assault on the pair of 'juice head' turkeys.
During the presser in Brooklyn, Mayweather summoned his body guards to McGregor's team and a scuffle ensued between the two sets of entourage.
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