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Conor McGregor tells Mayweather to 'enjoy retirement'

MailOnline Sunday, 18 February 2018
Conor McGregor tells Mayweather to 'enjoy retirement'The pair had been tipped throw down once again, this time in cage, but Mayweather dismissed the speculation, saying 'I already beat Conor' while at a basketball match on Saturday.
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