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LOOK: Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor drag each other on social media, share photos from their mega fight to mock each other

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Retired boxer, Floyd Mayweather recently reignited his war of words with Conor McGregor by claiming the Irish UFC star has ‘bounty on his head’.

The undefeated American boxer posted an image on Twitter which says: ‘Conor McGregor allegedly punched a member of the Irish cartel and may have a €900,000 bounty on his head’, as Mayweather captioned the image with ‘I already f****d you up in 2017, now they about to f*** you up in 2018’.

Lol...Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor drag each other on social media, share photos from their mega fight to mock each other (Photos)

Not too long ago, McGregor responded with the short reply: ‘I am the cartel.’

Later on, the two fighters dragged each other on instagram by sharing pictures of each other during their mega-bout last summer.

The Irishman took the first shot after posting an image of Mayweather as he appeared to be protecting his head from Conor, while captioning the picture ‘Violate these nuts’.

Lol...Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor drag each other on social media, share photos from their mega fight to mock each other (Photos)

The American replied with a picture that showed him punched
McGregor. ‘You violate and I will demonstrate!!’  the undefeated retired boxer wrote.

Lol...Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor drag each other on social media, share photos from their mega fight to mock each other (Photos)

For the final shot of the exchange, Mayweather asked his followers to caption the picture of him landing a killer punch on the mixed martial artist as sweat flies from his face.

Lol...Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor drag each other on social media, share photos from their mega fight to mock each other (Photos)

In August 2017, Floyd Mayweather Jr. picked up the 50th win of his illustrious career, defeating Conor McGregor by 10th-round TKO  in Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena. He surpassed Rocky Marciano and setting the record for the longest active unbeaten streak in a professional career at 50–0.

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