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WATCH: Floyd Mayweather Calls Conor McGregor A Stripper, Proceeds To 'Make It Rain'

WATCH: Floyd Mayweather Calls Conor McGregor A Stripper, Proceeds To 'Make It Rain'

It might not have been as good as Toronto or Los Angeles, but Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor put on another impressive spectacle on Thursday evening in front of a packed out Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Once again, there was plenty of talking points during the New York press conference, but one moment in particular sent people into meltdown on social media - and this time it was Mr Mayweather who rolled out the punches.

Mayweather proceeded to 'make it rain' with dollar bills shortly after Conor McGregor said: "Shout out to all the stripper b*tches on his payroll. At least Rob Kardashian only had one. He has 50."

Floyd called McGregor a stripper, took out his backpack and watched the green stuff fill the stage:

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McGregor was quick to respond that they were only $1 dollar bills, but it went down well with the New York crowd.

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'Notorious' left everyone waiting ahead of the third presser in Brooklyn, New York City.

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He eventually arrived in the building wearing the most extravagant gear, even by McGregor's standards. He ditched the three piece suit for a topless look draped with a fur coat.

Just look at this entrance:

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Wednesday night's press conference in Toronto is still our favourite. The man with the 49-0 record may have had the advantage of going second, but McGregor won the battle.

On night two of the world tour to publicise the fight, McGregor got his chance to come out all guns blazing and once he'd mentioned strippers, Mayweather's well known inability to read and told Showtime to 'fuck off' he might as well have dropped the mic!

He's on form from one hour 43 minutes in, it's so good!

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We can't wait for London later on tonight!

Jack Kenmare

Jack Kenmare is a writer at SPORTbible. He's interviewed some of the biggest names in sport, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Pele, Carles Puyol and Tim Henman. He dabbles in all things sport but football is his biggest passion. He was once hit in the head by a wayward strike from Nicky Butt and lived to tell the tale.