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13 February 2020 14:34

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  • Floyd Mayweather has shockingly admitted that he "didn't really train" for his blockbuster super-fight with Conor McGregor.

Floyd Mayweather has shockingly admitted that he "didn't really train" for his blockbuster super-fight with Conor McGregor.

Floyd Mayweather has shockingly admitted that he "didn't really train" for his blockbuster super-fight with Conor McGregor. The 42-year-old American superstar famously clashed with McGregor in a crossover fight in 2017. And Mayweather, who retired from boxing undefeated, walked away with the ultimate bragging rights after he secured a stunning TKO victory over the Irish UFC superstar. The undefeated former boxer has now claimed that his training regime was far from intense. "For the Conor McGregor [fight], I didn't really train," Mayweather told Drink Champs.

Floyd Mayweather Makes Startling Admission About His Mega-Fight With Conor McGregor

"All I did was do pushups and sit-ups. Pushups and sit-ups, box a few times, hit the bag a few times. Because, actually, the training camp was in different places. Advert "I would do a training camp in Vegas a few days. Sometimes I wouldn't go to the gym for a week. "I took it serious. Like I said before, I wanted to have some fun in the fight. I wanted to entertain the people." Mayweather also boasted that he didn't watch any footage of McGregor fighting ahead of their mega-bout. "My thing is this: I don't have to watch any footage of a fight because I'm Floyd Mayweather," he said. "Everybody's got to watch me." Former five-weight world champ Mayweather revealed last year that he is "coming out of retirement in 2020." And the ex-boxing star said that he would be collaborating with UFC president Dana White on bringing the "world another spectacular event in 2020." Credit: PA McGregor, 31, made his sensational UFC return last month with a stunning first-round victory over Donald Cerrone at UFC 246. However, the 'Notorious' has refused to rule out a rematch with Mayweather and argued that he would beat him should they fight again. "I'd like to rematch Floyd. I think we should rematch, Floyd," McGregor said.