CONOR MCGREGOR 'fusses like a young lady' when he is punched in the body, as per previous competing accomplice Paulie Malignaggi.
The match is proceeding with their war of words via web-based networking media after Malignaggi raged out of McGregor's preparation camp in the wake of asserting he was "set up".
It came after a photograph was doing the rounds demonstrating the American on the floor in the wake of being 'thumped down' byMayweather against McGregor.
Malignaggi demands it was the consequence of a push and was fuming at how he was "utilized" by the McGregor camp.
What's more, now the resigned Brooklyn boxer has again taken to online networking to scrutinize the Irishman's boxing solidness.
He composed on Twitter: "He yowls like a young lady when he gets more to body lol".
At the point when asked does he lament assisting McGregor, Malignaggi answered: "Completely".
He included: "When I glance back at the experience in general, not simply competing but rather all in all, yes there was certainly a motivation without question."
"I didn't get paid, I'm not stressed over it, however. I paid him with the ass beating he got from me on Tuesday".
McGregor opened up on the disputable competing session with Malignaggi and demanded the previous boxer "got his can whooped".
Talking on Showtime's All Access, McGregor was inflexible there was just a single attacker when the two fought.
The Notorious stated: "He remained in there — you must give him regard for that.
"In any case, that was it — he came, he got his (expletive) whooped and that was it."
McGregor went ahead to clarify why he brought previous welterweight world champ Malignaggi in for the instructional courses.
He included: "I was simply watching this person talk, similar to 'who the (expletive) would he say he is?'.
"I took a gander at his position, took a gander at his approach. There are a few likenesses to Floyd.
"I don't generally give a (expletive) if there were likenesses or not.
"He was talking one serious diversion. I stated, 'get this kid here and we should battle!'"
Malignaggi at first was extremely complimentary of the Irish MMA star turned boxer, saying that the UFC lightweight champion had great power.
However, after one an excessive number of photographs of the fighting sessions were released on the web, Malignaggi feels nothing more will be tolerated and he has requested that McGregor discharges the competing session video.
Composing on Twitter, the resigned Brooklyn boxer stated: "It's not pleasant to paint a photo that isn't valid.
"This was a push down in competing, post the entire video rounds 1 through 12 unedited".
"I came to assist this stay outdoors, not with being abused, now you're going to get reality, however.