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As expected verbal sparks flew between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor at the Tuesday press conference for their upcoming fight on August 26th.
Both men took their turns on the mic exchanging unpleasant words, but it was McGregor who seemed to go overboard when the Irishman uttered a phrase many would consider to be racist.
"Dance for me, boy," McGregor said. "Dance for me, son."
"Dance for me, boy!" Ohh, ohh. Does he know what he just said?— Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) July 11, 2017
The comments didn't seem to phase Mayweather, who continued to talk trash and showed off a $100 million check from his last fight that he hadn't bothered to deposit into his bank account yet.
Floyd Mayweather Sr. told TMZ Sports he didn't think The Notorious One was being racist.
"Racist? I don't what that got to do with racists. This is a boxing match. I don't what that gotta do with racists," Mayweather Sr. said.