FLOYD MAYWEATHER insists he will “knock Conor McGregor the f*** out”.
Both fighters took part in a promotional advert ahead of their highly anticipated cross-sports bout set for August 26 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
And Mayweather, 40, who retired from boxing with a spotless 49-0 record, said: “Hey you – yeah you, it’s the one and only ladies and gentlemen, it’s Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather.
“I’ve never been beat. NEVER. I’m knocking McGregor the f*** out.”
UFC superstar McGregor, 29, is hoping to become the first man in history to topple American Mayweather.
The Irishman, speaking in SHOWTIME‘s clip, said: “I’m Conor McGregor, there’s only one man I want to fight.
“Floyd might be undefeated, I’m ready to shock the world.”
Mayweather wore the very shorts that he said he would wear for his 50th fight back in 2016 – before the McGregor fight was ever spoke about.
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The short video was to advertise their first episode for the All Access show.
It follows months of trash talk between the pair as they prepare for their iconic showdown.
Mayweather sparked a homophobic storm after labelling McGregor a “f****t” – while accusing the UFC star of calling black people “monkeys” during their X-rated London press conference this month.
The boxing legend also taunted his opponent by posting a picture of himself next to a table full of money, captioned: “Champions Predictions: I’m gonna make a $hit t$n of money on August 26th.”