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Mayweather turns up the heat on ‘Notorious Quitter’ McGregor

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Former pound for pound king Floyd Mayweather added to his recent Facebook Live! rant against Conor McGregor with a social media post.

The 39-year-old, who retired from boxing in September 2015 with a 49-0 record, asked his millions of followers to caption a clip of McGregor tapping out to one of his three losses.

Mayweather announced the winner of the best caption for the post would win a $10,000 prize and be notified by Monday, 19th December.

The Notorious Quitter

During the session, McGregor was branded ‘The Notorious Quitter’ as animosity between the pair grew.

Despite previously refusing to acknowledge McGregor’s desire to fight, Mayweather is seemingly on the path to drumming up interest again after admitting to contacting UFC boss Dana White regarding a cross-code contest.

Claiming McGregor is only using his name for publicity, Mayweather will no doubt be awaiting the Irishman’s next move with bated breath as fans hope for a massive collision between the pair in 2017.

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