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Japanese fighters mocked by Conor McGregor swear to Floyd Mayweather to "retaliate" for his losses


Floyd Mayweather, left, and Tenshin Nasca posed for their fight announcement at a press conference. (AFP Photo / Binary Fighting Federation) (Handout / AFP / Getty Images)

We will have to wait for Tenshin Nasukawa to fight Floyd Mayweather until the New Year's Eve. But Japan's kickboxing era has already been tortured by UFC superstars with Conor McGregor.

McGregor posted photos on social media on Mayweather and Nasukawa on Monday. They had a press conference at a press conference announcing a fight near Tokyo in an unknown format. After McGregor mocked the costume that Mayweather was wearing, "What is the Captain doing?" Who is this little cub? Are you by your side? "

McGregor continues to say "Chris tucker and Jackie f —— Chan back in this b —-" comparing the duo with the stars in the "Rush Hour" movie series. . "F —— Stunning, madman, Floyd," wrote McGregor. "Fair f —- you pair, not a lie, F — it."

On Tuesday, Nasukawa told his opponent, "Hello, McGregor, my name is Tenshin Nasukawa, I am not Jackie Chan.

"I promised to avenge your loss, so please fight."

NASCAR said in a boxing only game that McGregor boosted late-season record to 50-0, referring to Mayweather's defeat in August 2017. Mayweather offers an enormous payday and even before squaring with UFC lightweight title Khabib Nurmagomedov last month, McGregor came out of retirement to bring the Irish before expressing interest in the rematch.

"if [Mayweather] McGregor said in October (via ESPN). "As he said, let's see what happens:" I also want to put him back in the box. "

"It's one of the straight MMA bouts or straight boxing bouts," he said. "When you come to find the modified rule, you put the child back in the box," he said.

McGregor retained his undefeated record in bout submission Nurmagomedov also said he would take Mayweather, but the 41-year-old boxer has chosen another option that surprised many when the words of the fight with NASCAR appeared Sunday. Mayweather explained at a press conference that he has a stronger partnership with Japanese companies and a desire to grow his brand in that country.

"As for weight grading and rules, we'll talk about it and we'll be in the next few weeks," said Mayweather, who fought NASCAR more generally about 30 pounds. "This particular bout is a special fight that gives people what we have not seen before, and the world has never seen Mayweather compete in Tokyo."

At age 20, NASCAR did not even reach half of Mayweather's age, but as a professional sports player, he already achieved impressive record with two knockouts to a 4-0, 27-0, 21 knockouts, and MMA in kickboxing. His fast – growing reputation is likely to be heavily involved in fighting Mayweather in Japan and elsewhere in Asia, and McGregor probably seems to be trying to attract attention in the United States and elsewhere by mistake.

McGregor also criticized his opinion, and some calling Him Racist I likened Nasca to Hong-born Chan. McGregor has been charged with racist speech. Mayweather, in particular, "Dance for me, boy!"

McGregor denies being a racist, "Did not you know I was black? Yes, it's half black from the navel."

Mayweather is facing similar criticism in the past, including saying Manny Pacquiao, Pacquiao would make him a "sushi roll" after he defeated Filipino boxer, "Little Yellow Gangster" in 2015.

After defeating McGregor in October, Nurmagomedov made it clear that he had been greatly disgusted by his opponent's pre-fight rubbish about Russia's "homeland, religion, country, family". This contributed to the melee after the battle. UFC stars were suspended by the Nevada Athletic Commission when investigating the case.

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