Conor McGregor praises reigning champion Floyd Mayweather after the end of the much hyped boxing match which ended in a 10th round TKO.
The Irishman, in the after-game, talked about his opponent and how he fared in the ring.
On Floyd Mayweather’s win, Conor McGregor said the 40-year old is a composed fighter, passing that he may never fight again after losing out at Las Vegas.
“I thought it was close … I get a little floppy when I get tired … [Floyd] was a lot more composed. You’ve got to give it to him … I don’t know if I will box again”
“I turned him into a Mexican. I took the early rounds pretty handily. He’s composed. He’s not that fast or powerful, but he’s composed. I got to give him respect. I thought it was a little early the stoppage. There’s a lot on the line, they should have kept it going. I was fatigued. Early on, I felt it was handy enough. That’s what 50 pro fights will give to you. I don’t know if I’m pleased. I would have liked him to let it go.”