Conor McGregor Won Without Winning

So, the fight actually happened, huh? Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor finally stopped talking and threw hands, huh? Anyway, as expected, Mayweather won, bruh. I mean, anybody who thought the outcome would be different is a damn fool, son. In any case, despite losing the fight, McGregor actually won the night, man. On the real, if we look at three specific factors, we’d all see that McGregor was the real victor on Saturday night. Now, before people start complaining, let me explain, fam.

First, let’s talk about the money, bruh. Keep in mind, this was McGregor’s FIRST professional boxing match. With that being said, not only did he luck up by getting a chance to fight a legend, but he also got a buttload of money in the process. Now, from the purse alone, he’s reportedly going to make about $30 million. In addition, he also has a promotional stake in the fight, which could net him another $100 million. Fam, did I mention that this was his FIRST PROFESSIONAL BOXING MATCH?! Man, this dude might really make nine figures from his first fight! That’s fucking insane, son!

Next, let’s talk about McGregor’s performance, son. Keeping it a buck, he gave Mayweather a little bit of static in those early rounds, man. Like, McGregor actually hit him with a couple of good shots, fam. Ultimately, it wasn’t enough to stop the inevitable, but the fight wasn’t as goofy as I thought it would be, bruh. For God‘s sake, he hit Mayweather with 111 punches, people! Shit, not even Manny Pacquiao touched Mayweather that many times, folks! Granted, he was running from Pacquiao the entire fight, but facts are facts, kid. Frankly, McGregor didn’t suck as much as I expected him to.

Lastly, let’s talk about the fact that McGregor went out on his feet. Ok, yes, the referee did stop the fight in the 10th round, but McGregor didn’t go down, son. I mean, by that point of the fight, Mayweather was slapping him at will, man. Like, he literally knocked snot out of McGregor’s nose, fam. Needless to say, shit was getting bad, bruh. In any case, McGregor still stayed on his feet. He took an undefeated fighter to the championship rounds and managed to lose standing up. Look, people can hate, but that’s a feat in and of itself, folks.

In the end, McGregor got the W by taking an L, man. All I know is, he shit-talked his way into a stupid amount of money, son. Real talk, if having a big mouth could get me that kind of pay day, then I need to up my game, fam. With that being said, Andre Ward‘s a pussy and I could knock him out by the second round. Is that enough for me to get a massive check? No? Ok, well, I’ll keep trying, bruh. LC out.

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One response to “Conor McGregor Won Without Winning

  1. Ehh I disagree with 2 out of the 3. He DEF came up on some bread, can’t deny that. Now as far as landing punches, Conor landed less than 30% of his punches. He didn’t just land at will. Not to mention, Floyd took an Ali approach. He knew Conor was going to try to brawl early so he let him do it’ll waste his energy b/c again landing under 30% (compared to Floyd landing over 50%) is terrible. Floyd is also a 40 year old man that had a 2 year layoff. Conor is 28. If Conor fought a young boxer like Canelo, GGG, Jacobs, Crawford, etc in their prime he would have literally gotten knocked out in the first 4 rounds. All of those points make a huge difference. Not sure how big of a boxing fan you are but it was the same thing with the Klitschko-Joshua fight. Either way, I love your posts bro. Keep writing, I’m always interested.

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