McGregor fires back at Malignaggi, Rousey hints at announcement, Diaz talks

  • McGregor fires back at Malignaggi, Rousey hints at announcement, Diaz talks

McGregor fires back at Malignaggi, Rousey hints at announcement, Diaz talks

Former two-time world champion Paulie Malignaggi should have known better when he signed up to help prepare Conor McGregor for his bout with Floyd Mayweather Jr.at the T-Mobile Arena in Nevada, on August 26.

As McGregor shifts his focus to Floyd Mayweather, the UFC Champion predicts that he wins the fight within four rounds.

And unhappy with the allegedly deceptive nature of the photograph, Malignaggi walked away from McGregor's camp and basically hasn't shut up since. If Conor loses in boxing, he didn't really lose, he lost to a champion boxer.

However, Malignaggi left the McGregor camp earlier this week after unflattering photos of him emerged from their sparring sessions. "I won't release any information about his game plan or what he's working on; I wouldn't do that".

"I ripped after Tuesday, I guess he didn't like getting kick in the behind so he posted pictures stupid on Thursday and jumped in the sparring that day".

Therefore, we can understand that Malignaggi has possibly led to new Wednesday, with McGregor and it was there that he claimed to have given some trouble to the star of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

I just wanted to clear the air.

"I came to help this camp out, not to be exploited, now your (sic) gonna get the truth though". Just being a part of such a big event in this capacity excited me. I believe Conor & I have a mutual respect inside the ring, earned from each other with some good work over 2 sparring sessions.

"It's some stuff outside the ring and some ways some things were handled in training camp that I didn't agree with that made me come to this decision".

"For what it's worth, they have my word".