Conor McGregor says he 'whupped' sparring partner, Dana White releases video

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This event between him and UFC star Conor McGregor, on August 26 inside T-Mobile Arena, is going to leave all its participants very, very pleased.

Malignaggi took to social media to vent his frustrations, claiming the video was misleading and only showed parts of the sparring session where McGregor had the upper hand.

That's why UFC head honcho Dana White released footage of Conor McGregor appearing to drop former boxing world champ Paul Malignaggi in sparring leading to the two-division UFC champion's August 26 fight against Floyd Mayweather.

Malignaggi said he accepted the offer with the intention of simply helping McGregor but figured out early on that McGregor's motivation was to make himself look good at Malignaggi's expense.

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White posted two videos of McGregor, 29, sparring with retired boxer and current analyst Paulie Malignaggi.

"He was knocked down, the ropes kept him up multiple times, he was badly concussed".

Malignaggi later quit as McGregor's partner after a photo surfaced showing him falling back after being hit by McGregor. Straight after it we were anxious.

"Sparring partners who were [staying] in the house with him were anxious about him".

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Mayweather is the heavy favourite having gone 49 bouts undefeated with McGregor never stepping into a professional ring. "It blew up and then he had such an ego about it and so much pride and he went running".

"When you look at myself and Conor McGregor on paper, he's taller, has a longer reach, he's a bigger man from top to bottom". At the end of the day, we got in and traded blows, so I respect him for coming in.

But whatever happens at T-Mobile Arena, McGregor said he doesn't think this will be his last time in the ring.

Conor McGregor plans to continue fighting in both mixed martial arts and boxing once he's finished with Floyd Mayweather. With the Van Heerden situation, like maybe he didn't know how the ethics work in boxing, maybe he still had to learn, or now that he has learned, everything will be okay.

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