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Conor McGregor calls out Floyd Mayweather to sign his end

Conor McGregor has called out Floyd Mayweather on Instagram posing in a boxing ring.

“The Notorious One” Conor McGregor has been very active on social media recently. He has been posting on his Instagram quite regularly while seemingly taking jabs at his potential boxing opponent, Floyd “Money” Mayweather.

News broke earlier in the week that Conor has signed his side of the deal for the boxing bout and the next obstacle is getting Floyd to agree to terms and sign his end of the deal. You can read about Conor signing his side here.

Since his side has been signed, McGregor has been poking shots at Mayweather on Instagram. They began with a shot of McGregor’s new son amongst his UFC straps and a caption saying “Let’s go get some boxing ones now son.”

Let's go get some boxing ones now son.

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This was followed up by another shot of Conor in a boxing ring with his striking coach Owen Roddy and boxing gloves.

Solid work today. Sign your end Floyd or you are just a mouth.

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Taunting the 49-0 boxing legend Floyd, telling him to sign his side of the deal or he’s just all talk.

Most recently, McGregor posted another image, seemingly for everyone doubting him, claiming “They say I’ve got no chance. But they say that every fight.”

They say I've got no chance. But they say that every fight.

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Conor and Floyd are set to make the biggest fight, potentially, in boxing history which would smash all of the PPV records. A cross-over between MMA and boxing that would draw both sets of fans together to watch the spectacle of boxing’s finest, Floyd “Money” Mayweather, pitted against arguably MMAs finest or at least largest star “The Notorious” Conor McGregor.

A win for Floyd would result in him breaking Rocky Marciano’s famous 49-0 record and bring Floyd to 50-0. A win for Conor would see him do what boxings finest couldn’t and beat, arguably, the greatest boxer to live, especially in the lighter weight classes and definitely the best defensive style boxer.

It would be a major upset odd’s wise of Conor won and with everyone doubting him its hard to see how he plans on catching the 40-year-old Floyd when people such as Manny Pacquiao, Canelo Alvarez, and Oscar De La Hoya couldn’t. However, Conor was doubted against the likes of Chad Mendes, Jose Aldo, Nate Diaz and Eddie Alvarez. It will be hard to count him out entirely.

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