Both Conor McGregor [153 pounds] and Floyd Mayweather [149.5 pounds] successfully made weight on Friday, as they both weighed-in under the 154-pound limit.
Conor had this to say about Floyd following the weigh-in:
[Mayweather] looks like dog sh*t, you know that,” McGregor said. “He looks blown up, full of water. He’s not going to keep my pace. Trust me on that. That’s the worst shape I’ve ever seen him. He looks blown out, out of shape. I’m going to breeze through him. Trust me on that.
“[Weighing in at] 153, I’m a professional. I make weight. It’s sacrifice, it’s dedication, it’s focus. But I make it, and that’s it. Look at me. I’m in peak physical condition. I put in the work — as everyone can tell.”
Then Floyd responded:
“Weight doesn’t win fights, fighting wins fights,” said Mayweather. “I’m not really worried about the scale or the last time. This will be Conor McGregor’s last fight also. The fans can’t fight for him. It comes down to the two competitors. The fans can’t fight for you. All 49 times I went out there, it was one-on-one.”