Conor McGregor has disclosed to Sky Sports News HQ he will change the substance of boxing by beating Floyd Mayweather.
The Mixed Martial Arts supremo was in a sure and sprightly mindset before a full SSE Wembley Arena on Friday evening, on the last leg of the World Press Tour for their August 26 battle.
McGregor, who was praising his 29th birthday celebration, had the group behind him and made it clear that he won't just beat Mayweather, however, supplant him as the game's greatest star.
"Will change the substance of the amusement a similar way I have for Mixed Martial Arts," he revealed to Sky Sports News HQ.
"Will change the way battling is drawn closer."
Subsequent to ridiculing Mayweather's dress sense for the fourth time in the same number of press occasions advancing the battle, McGregor turned on "Cash" and guide Leonard Ellerbe with some regularly reckless expressions of caution.
"I am boxing," he said.
"I must be genuine when his Mayweather's heritage is wrecked in a month and a half's opportunity, it will fall on you Leonard Ellerbe and Mayweather Sr's shoulders.
"He could've ridden off into the dusk at 49-0. Rather, this is my first time in an enclosing ring and a month and a half's opportunity… I run boxing.
"How could they give me a chance to ride in here? They got voracious, that is the thing that."
McGregor at that point walked around Mayweather and congratulated him on the head, to thunders of giggling from the Wembley swarm.
The 29-year-old went ahead to taunt Mayweather's "high heel" shoes, while the American sat persistently before getting his hand over the boxing ring.
Mayweather's reaction started with the recognizable 'Diligent Work' serenade, just for the group to begin booing with a tune of 'Same Old, Same Old'.
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