The Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor traveling circus continues to be more of a clown show. A day after McGregor made his comments on race worse at Barclays Center, it was Mayweather’s anti-gay slur that provided the negative sound bite from the tour’s fourth and final stop Friday in London. “You punk, you f—-t, you ho,” Mayweather...
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