Well, this is a bit odd…
Having locked horns on August 26th in Las Vegas, Floyd Mayweather suggested he was entirely finished with Conor McGregor when he dismissed the notion that he would stay in touch with the Irishman.
Speaking on the Steve Harvey show, the undefeated boxer stated that the score was settled between himself and Conor and that was that.
We haven’t spoken since the fight. We had a beef and we settled our beef.
However, despite the fact that Mayweather doesn’t intend to remain in contact with McGregor, it seems as if he has a huge amount of respect for the Irishman as he continued to state after the fight that there were only ‘two names in combat sports: Mayweather and McGregor.’
Furthering this sentiment, the 40-year-old has now revealed a giant portrait of the Irishman that is hanging in his Beverly Hills mansion.
The two pieces of art were apparently commissioned ahead of their August showdown in the T-Mobile Arena and were created by Tiffanie Anderson.