Mayweather and McGregor play it up for the cameras.
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There's a reason tons of good seats remain for what was supposed to be the year's hottest ticket. Actually, there are two reasons the hype bubble surrounding the fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor has been punctured, at least a bit.The 20-something UFC fans that are driving this promotion for the most part don't have 10 grand to blow on a pair of seats.See Floyd play with his money.It's as phony as the $100 million check that Mayweather likes to wave around when the truth is he can't even afford to pay his taxes without selling some of his assets.The boxer who likes to wear hats proclaiming himself "TBE'" (The Best Ever) is so desperate to sell this fight that he's promoting it by suggesting he's not that good anymore.The money act is as dated as the check from the Pacquiao fight that Mayweather seems to have trouble cashing.Yes, it's easy to mock Mayweather for allegedly not being able to read, but 50 Cent delivered the same material years ago after he and Mayweather had a nasty split.
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