Video of Conor McGregor vs Paulie Malignaggi sparring session 'knock down' released

Sunday, 13 Aug, 2017

Conor McGregor and former sparring partner Paulie Malignaggi had a much-publicised falling out recently.

McGregor and Mayweather face off in Las Vegas on August 26 when UFC meets boxing.

Meanwhile Dana White has released a video of the infamous fight that led to Paulie Malignaggi walking out of McGregor's training camp over leaked pictures which he claimed were created to make him look bad. "The spars were not good for him", McGregor said about Malignaggi. "The man was badly, badly concussed".

Despite the fact his fight against Pacquiao, which drew a $72 million gate and more than $400 million in pay-per-view revenue, was widely criticized, this bout with McGregor will generate an obscene amount of money. Multiple times the ropes kept him on his feet.

McGregor said he posted only the first photo intentionally, claiming the second photo of the grounded Malignaggi "got leaked". We were anxious about him.

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It certainly looks like McGregor landed a quick knockdown from a short uppercut that dropped Malignaggi to the mat in one of the videos.

McGregor takes on Floyd Mayweather Jr. on August 26. While McGregor has been incredibly accomplished inside the Octagon, a four-sided ring with 10- or 8-ounce gloves on is notably different.

"Sparring partners who were [staying] in the house with him were anxious about him. And then he just got out of there and went running". They know what happened last week.

White attended a sparring session that took place August 1 at the UFC's Performance Institute in Las Vegas where McGregor has been preparing for Mayweather. Conor is one of the biggest athletes in the world today, defined by his extreme talent, work ethic and personality, which are values that we reflect every day at Betsafe.

Conor didn't confirm whether Mick was going to play him out to the ring, but said, "I'm going to bring him in as a thank you for the support". What better way for a guy like him to exit under a load of questions.