American legend boxing star, Floyd Mayweather has convincingly defeated MMA star Conor McGregor by a technical knock-out in their Las Vegas super-fight, however, the Irishman did his notoriety with no damage by turning out to be a skilled pugilist against one of the unsurpassed greats of the sport.
The battle was stopped in the tenth round by the official as the American landed punches voluntarily and the Irishman's stern resistance arrived at an end.
American boxing legend Floyd Mayweather and Irish MMA star Conor McGregor
Source: MMA Fighting
The 29-year-old McGregor indicated he is something more than a big mouth, keeping 40-year-old Mayweather attached for the first half of the battle before his stamina started to blur.
Mayweather, who came out of retirement for the second time to fight McGregor, may do not have the gigantic energy of a few fighters in the super welterweight division, however, his lighting speed and close impeccable skill enabled him to pepper McGregor's head with a blast of punches which expanded in recurrence as the battle went on.
Whereas the face of UFC McGregor, who started the battle brimming with gusto and object, was minimal more than a blundering focus by the tenth round when referee Robert Byrd effectively ceased the battle.
MMA star Conor McGregor fights against American boxing legend Floyd Mayweather
Source: Sports Illustrated
The fight was the most financially successful in boxing history where we saw 11 years of junior, McGregor from Mayweather, challenged for the battle but sadly got defeated.
Although the crowd didn't support Mayweather, they praised Floyd for his sportsmanship as he congratulated Conor at the end of the match.
After the tremendous fight between the two superstars, Mayweather admitted;
"He's a lot better than I thought he was. He used different angles … but I was the better man tonight."
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Now, the question that everybody is curious about is, whether McGregor goes back to the UFC to gain the small amount of money or will he attempt and remain in boxing for a conceivably a few more lucrative paydays?
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