Ever since last month when the long-anticipated boxing match between the undefeated boxer Floyd "Money" Mayweather and UFC champion Conor "Notorious" McGregor was confirmed to be set on August 26 in Las Vegas, news concerning the two hall-of-fame fighters has been unstoppable, including most recently and astoundingly the $22.2 million dollars Mayweather owes in taxes.

The ‘notorious’ trash-talker

We all knew that for someone like McGregor, such an opportunity to roast his opponent would not go to waste, especially at the first official press conference in Los Angeles in front of twenty thousand people.

Perhaps what no one expected was how poignant McGregor’s impromptu trash talk was when he, wearing a suit with literally the words “f**k you” as pinstripes, made fun of Mayweather’s tracksuit: “He’s in a fu**in’ tracksuit. He can’t even afford a suit anymore. His little legs, his little core, his little head. I’m gonna knock him out within four rounds, mark my words.”

Yes, he said it. He is going to knock the arguably greatest boxer of all time out in a boxing ring. And as if saying one time wasn't enough, he later continued, “As far as the fight, he will be unconscious inside four rounds. The movement. The power. The ferociousness. He has not experienced this.”

Mayweather's comeback

To all our satisfaction, the trash talk did not just end there as, even given the recent news, Floyd "Money" Mayweather isn’t exactly the kind of person that you can mock for not having enough money.

At one point in his speech, Mayweather called on his team for his backpack from which he took out something even more unexpected: "Let me show you motherf***ers what a $100 million fighter looks like. Still got 100 million, and ain't even ever touch this s**t!!"

But maybe McGregor was just ahead of his time in trash talking, as he wasted no time to interrupt: “That’s for the taxman.”

Moments later, however, Mayweather once again gained back the upper hand and completely knocked McGregor “unconscious": “He look good for a seven-figure fighter; he look good for an eight-figure fighter, but mother****er, I’m a nine-figure fighter.

And you all know what, this b***h made $3milion from his last fight, but we know that's training camp money for me.”

For those of you interested in more actions like this, here’s the full conference schedule for the next three days:

Toronto, Canada — Budweiser Stage, Wednesday July 12 at 2:30 p.m US western time.

New York City, USA — Barclays Center, Thursday July 13 at 3:30 p.m US western time.

London, UK — SSE Wembley Arena, Friday July 14 at 11:00 a.m US western time.