Floyd Mayweather Can’t Stop Trolling Conor McGregor

Ford Springer | Entertainment Reporter

It’s been exactly one month since Floyd Mayweather defeated Conor McGregor in the boxing ring, but he still can’t stop trolling the Irish fighter who came out on the losing side.

The undefeated boxer shared a photo from his mansion in Beverly Hills on Monday night in which he’s seen standing between two very large portraits of himself and McGregor.

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“Exclusive timeless artwork in my Beverly Hills home,” Mayweather captioned the photo which he shared to Instagram and Twitter.

Mayweather commissioned Tiffanie Anderson, known as “The Pretty Artist,” to create the gigantic works of art before he got in the ring with McGregor, according to The Independent. The boxer and MMA fighter put on the best media tour in living memory ahead of their Las Vegas fight last month, but it seems one of them isn’t ready to let go of the attention and probably never will.

McGregor probably won’t be too upset with Mayweather’s latest trolling effort, though. After all, it could be a lot worse.

Ford Springer

Entertainment Reporter


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