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Saturday, 18 March 2017

Conor McGregor vows to KNOCK OUT Floyd Mayweather after declaring: "I am THE boxing guy!"


Conor McGregor declared "I am the boxing guy" - before promising to knock out Floyd Mayweather.
McGregor is talking up a switch from the UFC Octagon to the boxing ring to face unbeaten former world champion Mayweather.

The Nototious was in attendance at Madison Square Garden in New York to watch former world amateur champ Michael Conlan secure his first professional win.

McGregor walked to the ring alongside Conlan, draped in an Irish flag on St Patrick's Day, before later confronting boxing journalists at ringside.

Speaking to a reporter, he said: "What's your name? You're a boxing guy? I'm the boxing guy! Watch me take over boxing, trust me on that.


"No one in this boxing game knows what's coming.

"When I step in there, I am going to shock the whole god damn world, trust me on that!"

He continued: "Look me in the eyes, 28 years of age, confident as a m***** f*****, long, rangy, dangerous with every hand.

"Trust me, I'm going to stop Floyd and the whole world is going to eat their words."

Asked when the fight was going to happen, he said: "We're getting close. You'll hear about it."

Olympic medallist Colan secured his first professional win in New York with his victory over Tim Ibarra.

 A sell-out crowd of around 5,000 descended on Madison Square Garden's Theatre Arena for the 124lb bout.

Conlan's American opponent lasted 59 seconds into the third round before referee Benjy Esteves Jr stepped in following a solid performance from the two-time Olympian.

Following the fight, Conlan said: “This is the real deal. I hope to Ireland’s greatest fighter… I was telling people all week I’d stop him in the third round… What an atmosphere, what a night.”

While McGregor, who was offering encouragement ringside and greeted Conlan with a hug and fist bump following his win, showered him with praise.

“Tonight is Michael Conlan’s night - tonight is St Patrick’s night and the Irish are in town," the two-weight UFC champion said.

“That was beautiful work. He got the win and the win was the most important thing.”

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