Paulie Malignaggi says he heard UFC champion Conor McGregor “yowl” when he was hit by body shots in their boxing competing sessions.
Malignaggi quit as McGregor’s competing accomplice a week ago, saying he felt “abused” by the Irishman’s camp.
McGregor confronts Floyd Mayweather in his confining introduction Las Vegas on 26 August.
“The person is about his inner self. He’s really not attempting to show signs of improvement,” two-weight previous title holder Malignaggi revealed to MMA Hour.
American Malignaggi, who resigned in March, was vexed about preparing camp pictures made open. One demonstrated him down on the canvas amid one of the two fights with McGregor.
Malignaggi says he requested that McGregor not discharge any photos from their competing, but rather the UFC warrior won’t.
“He gives me his back, he’s leaving towards the showers and he resembles, ‘ha, I don’t know Paulie. We got some great ones in those last two rounds. I don’t think about that’,” Malignaggi said.
“I thought it was a joke.”
Five-weight best on the planet Mayweather is leaving retirement to confront UFC lightweight title holder McGregor in a prominent battle.
Malignaggi, who was additionally worried about competing for 12 rounds, included: “The entertaining thing about the push down was this – it was amid one of his most noticeably awful minutes.
“He drove me down on the floor to endeavor to get a break and the moment I went down I got move down.
“I began to take it to him directly after that. I let him know, ‘you get no breaks here’, and I began to hit him with more body shots. I stated, ‘take those, they don’t rest easy’ and I could hear him fuss off the body shots, as well.”
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