Floyd Mayweather continues relentless trolling of Conor McGregor’s broken leg

Floyd Mayweather has continued to troll Conor McGregor after he broke his leg in the latest episode of his UFC trilogy with Dustin Poirier.

The American has been locked in a war of words with the Irishman since their intense super-fight back in 2017 which Mayweather won by 10th-round stoppage.

And now the former pound-for-pound king has thrown a further jibe at the 33-year-old, mocking his injury that prevented him from continuing after a tight opening round with Poirier in Las Vegas.

"Parents, please get your children an early Christmas gift and remember to tell them this…," Mayweather posted on Instagram under an edited picture of a McGregor action figure.

“F*** if your leg is broke, b**** hop up on your good foot."

Mayweather has just taken part in an exhibition with Logan Paul back in June, which resulted in a huge pay day for the former boxer and he has been frequently linked to a rematch with the Irishman in the boxing ring.

However McGregor has also been trolled by YouTube star Jake Paul, who has branded him as a 'piece of s***' after he lost to 'The Diamond' in terrible circumstances.

His former opponent Mayweather had already trolled him earlier this week after the defeat, and is clearly keen on embroiling the feud between the pair once again.

"Y’all got it twisted!" Mayweather said underneath a previous photo on Instagram edited to look like McGregor's injury. "I like how his shoes fit. Now, do the stanky leg."

The 44-year-old is not the only boxer to engage in a war of words with the UFC star, as he was also called out by Paulie Malignaggi to try and entice him in to the world of boxing once again.

McGregor will not be able to fight until his medical suspension is over, which could be at least a year according to UFC president Dana White.

This could signal a number of significant moves in the UFC lightweight division, with Charles Oliveira waiting in place to take on Dustin Poirier for the UFC lightweight world title, or Conor McGregor after his injury if he chooses to return to the octagon.

Mayweather who has been linked with several exhibition fights since his last outing, looks unlikely to fight Jake Paul due to a discrepancy surrounding the weight demands for any potential bout.

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