VIDEO | Conor McGregor goes all in at the Toronto stop of world tour

Stop number two of the world wide tour for the Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor took place in Toronto, Canada on Wednesday. The majority believe that “The Notorious” won this exchange by a big margin as the crowd of nearly 15,000 was heavily sided for Team McGregor.

“On the count of three, I want everyone in this arena to scream at the top of your lungs, ‘F*ck the Mayweathers,’ McGregor exclaimed to the crowd. “No, no, no, no, no! We can do better than that. When I count to three, I want this entire arena to scream ‘F*ck the Mayweathers!’ 1, 2, 3. F*ck the Mayweathers,” yelled McGregor along with the majority of fans in Toronto.

Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor

“The Notorious” also gave a verbal lashing to Showtime Executive Stephen Espinoza after his mic was cut off while trying to respond to Mayweather during the first stop in Los Angeles.

“F*ck Showtime too,” McGregor yelled while pointing and looking directly at Espinoza. “You little weasel. Look at you, you little f*cking weasel. I can see it in your eyes. You’re a f*cking bitch!

“Cut my mic off?! Cut the champ-champ’s mic off? Hell no! You f*cking weasel! And you f*cking bitch,” McGregor said to Mayweather.

Floyd Mayweather

The UFC lightweight champion then went in to compare the stage of his career he is at to Mayweather when he was the same age.

“28 years of age. I’m getting fight checks and promoter checks. When Floyd was 28, he was on Oscar De La Hoya’s undercard.”

McGregor then went into the fashion and style of his undefeated boxing opponent and brought up his questionable reading comprehension skills.

“What the f*ck is he wearing? He looks like a little breakdancer or something. A little 12-year-old breakdancer bitch! What the f*ck? He’s 40! You’re 40 years of age. Dress your f*cking age! Carrying a schoolbag on stage. What are you doing with a schoolbag on stage? You can’t even read!

Will Conor McGregor get in Floyd Mayweather’s head come fight night and steer him off his gameplan? Or is Mayweather too disciplined to let the talk of “The Notorious” get to him? Let’s discuss this in the comment section!

This article first appeared on BJPenn.com on 7/13/2017.