Floyd Mayweather Jr. owes $22.2M in taxes… McGregor and Canada picks on Floyd Jr. for it…

Floyd Mayweather Jr. always loved to brag about being rich and making all that money; however, he owes $22.2 million with the IRS. Never paid his taxes.

http://www.espn.com/boxing/story/_/id/19965730/floyd-mayweather-owes-222m-2015-taxes-according-irs-lien

In the live event promoting the McGregor/Mayweather fight in Toronto, Canada… you can see in the video above McGregor and Canadians make fun of Floyd for not paying his taxes. Watch the video above, it’s funny shit.

I wonder if the trash talking between McGregor and Floyd is real or if it’s just for “show” to promote the fight? Do McGregor and Floyd hate each other for real? Yeah, they do hate each other for real. McGregor is just like us… he too is sick of Floyd’s huge ego and sick of him being undefeated… McGregor wanted this fight to come make a point. McGregor wants to shut Floyd up pretty badly. McGregor believes Floyd isn’t a real fighter and he wants to come around and prove that. There really is a lot of tension between those two.

I do love the video above, though… McGregor is already making Floyd look like a pussy and doing a good job of it. Floyd tries to makes himself look like a better man ’cause of all that money he makes and that backfired on Floyd when they said he owes taxes. Hilarious.

Floyd knows he can afford those taxes easily but he’ll never pay ’em ’cause he doesn’t want to lose his money when he knows he’ll get more. No doubt Floyd is a bit greedy when it comes to his money and fame. It’s clear that all Floyd cares about is money and McGregor wants to come around to show him that money isn’t everything.

You gotta hand it to McGregor, though, that man has balls to be aggressive to Floyd ’cause Manny Pacquiao was a bit too friendly. Can McGregor prove that Floyd Jr. isn’t a great fighter like he thought he was? We’ll have to wait and see. That would be thrilling if McGregor can beat him.

Kev

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