Floyd Mayweather continues brutal mocking of Conor McGregor by sharing image of Irishman’s action figure with leg bent out of shape and tells parents to ‘buy their kids an early Christmas present’
- Floyd Mayweather has mocked Conor McGregor for breaking his leg at UFC 264
- The American, who beat McGregor in 2017, shared a picture of a figurine
- The McGregor doll had the ankle bent out of place to mimic the tibia fracture
Floyd Mayweather has continued to mock Conor McGregor for breaking his leg in the doctor’s stoppage defeat by Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.
The American boxer, who beat the ‘Notorious’ in their lucrative 2017 bout, shared a picture of a McGregor figurine with the left ankle bent out of place.
He added the caption: ‘Parents, please get your children an early Christmas gift and remember to tell them this… ‘F*** IF YOUR LEG IS BROKEN B*****, HOP UP ON YOUR GOOD FOOT!’
Floyd Mayweather shared this image of Conor McGregor with the ankle bent out of place
McGregor suffered a fractured tibia after kicking Dustin Poirier’s elbow at UFC 264
Mayweather has repeatedly trolled McGregor for the horror injury from Saturday night
The latest post comes after Mayweather shared a photoshopped picture of McGregor in a chair with his ankle skewed at an angle.
He accompanied that image with the message: ‘Y’all got it twisted! I like how his shoes fit. Now, do the stanky leg.’
The legendary undefeated boxer also trolled McGregor after the fight by showing a betting slip.
He had lumped $50,000 on Poirier to win and earned a profit of $35,000.
Mayweather showed-off his winnings on Twitter, writing: ‘@dustinpoirier, thanks for getting me paid!’
Floyd Mayweather mocked Conor McGregor’s horror leg break with this image on Instagram
The victorious fighter responded: ‘I got you champ!’
McGregor and Mayweather have gone back and forth on social media for years now, before and after their huge Las Vegas showdown.
The Irishman is now facing a year on the sidelines, according to UFC president Dana White. He has already undergone successful surgery on his fractured tibia and is adamant he will be back for a fourth fight against Poirier.
After surgery, McGregor wrote: ‘Just out of the surgery room, everything went to plan,’ McGregor said. ‘Everything went perfect, I’m feeling tremendous.
‘We’ve got six weeks on a crutch now and we begin to build back. I want to thank all the fans all the way around the world for your messages of support.
‘I hope you enjoyed the show. I want to thank all the fans in attendance at the T-Mobile Arena, 21,800 fans in attendance. The place was absolutely electric.
The unbeaten boxing champion showed his golden betting slip after Poirier’s hand was raised
Mayweather defeated McGregor in their lucrative boxing match back in 2017
‘It was a hell of a first round. It would have been nice to get into that second round and then see what’s what. But it is what it is. That’s the nature of the business.
‘A clean break of the tibia and it was not to be. Dustin, you can celebrate that illegitimate win all you want, but you’ve done nothing in there.
‘That second round would have shown all. Onwards and upwards we go. We dust ourselves off, we build ourselves back, and we come back better than ever.’