Paulie Malignaggi claims McGregor is all show and that Mayweather has a good chance of winning.
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Former boxing champ Paulie Malignaggi says he has no regrets about quitting Conor McGregor's training camp, describing the mixed martial arts fighter as a "scumbag" who surrounds himself with "a bunch of yes men".McGregor is preparing to face boxing star Floyd Mayweather in a Las Vegas boxing ring Aug. 26 in what could be one of the richest fights in history.Malignaggi said McGregor is more concerned about putting on a spectacle in training camp than getting ready for a serious boxing debut against one of the greatest fighters of all-time.Malignaggi indicated that Mayweather should have little trouble with McGregor over 12 rounds of boxing as long as he goes to the body on a regular basis.
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