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Conor McGregor Fumes After Floyd Mayweather Defeat And Claims 10th Round Stoppage Was Premature



Conor McGregor bemoaned a premature stoppage after his professional boxing debut ended in defeat.

The Irishman started well against Floyd Mayweather and won the first three rounds in Las Vegas.

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But fatigue, coupled with Mayweather changing gear midway through the fight, saw the UFC star wilt before referee Robert Byrd stepped in during the 10th round.

“I have to give it to him, that’s what 50 pro fights will do for you.

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