August's boxing matchup between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor was among the most lucrative combat sports events of all time but despite the fact that the world - for the most part - has moved on from what was a near-unavoidable spectacle, both of the men involved have not refrained from firing shots at each other wherever possible.
The UFC's biggest star has fired back at Floyd Mayweather's admittedly late dig at his alleged troubles with members of an Irish cartel. According to the reporting, McGregor allegedly punched a member of the Irish Cartel sometime previous year and there is a hit out on his head for nearly a million euros.
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As witty as Mayweather thought he was being, McGregor knocked him out with one sharp retort.
It was reported that McGregor had a £796,000 bounty put on him by the Irish cartel.
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"I already f***** you up in 2017 now they about to f*** you up in 2018".
As you can see by Mayweather's tweet and its accompanying knife and casket emojis, there's clearly no love lost between these two.
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McGregor was defiant as reports of the scrap did the rounds, even stating "come and get me" when outside court for a driving offense.