“I didn’t really train”: Floyd Mayweather reveals a relaxed approach to Conor McGregor fight because he says he only did “pushups and sit-ups” to prepare
- Floyd Mayweather defeated Conor McGregor by TKO in August 2017
- The ‘Money Fight’ was the last time Mayweather entered the boxing ring
- Although he says he took the opportunity seriously, he says he “didn’t really train”
Floyd Mayweather claims that his approach to his mega-fight in 2017 with Conor McGregor was so relaxed that everything he did in preparation was ‘pushups and sit-ups’.
The ‘Money Fight’ ended in a 10th-round TKO victory for Mayweather and he has to return to the ring ever since.
Despite the fact that he took the opportunity seriously, he admits that he “didn’t really train.”
Floyd Mayweather spoke about his relaxed preparation for the fight with Conor McGregor
‘I only did pushups and situps. That’s all I did. Pushups and situps, boxing a few times, punching a few times in the bag. Because the training camp was actually in different places, “he said Drink Champs.
“I would attend a training camp in Vegas for a few days. Sometimes I wouldn’t go to the gym for a week.
“I took it seriously. Like I said before, I wanted to have some fun in the fight. I wanted to entertain people. “
Mayweather reportedly earned £ 211 million for the showpiece Las Vegas bout almost three years ago.
Mayweather’s last fight was an exhibition at the latest against the Japanese kick boxer Tenshin Nasukawa on New Year’s Eve in 2018.
Mayweather claims that all he did were “pushups and sit-ups” to prepare for the fight