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Conor McGregor finally had his first and possibly his last sparring session with Paulie Malignaggi in preparation for his event/fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. on August 26. McGregor, 29, and Malignaggi has said that he will not comment on how the sparring session went unfortunately.
Paulie Malignaggi (36-8, 7 KOs) has said that the details of his Boxing sparring session with MMA fighter Conor McGregor will stay in the gym. He’s not going to leak how things went in his session with the UFC star McGregor.
There are unconfirmed rumors that Malignaggi signed a non-disclosure agreement with McGregor for him not to discuss anything that takes place during the sparring sessions with the MMA fighter. This is most likely the reason why Malignaggi hasn’t discussed any details about what took place during his sparring with McGregor, especially as Paulie Malignaggi likes to talk, which was evident from the Mayweather and McGregor press conferences.
Both Boxing fans and MMA fans would be interested to know what a Proffesional Boxer has to say about McGregor after sparring with him, especially as a large number of people doubt the MMA fighters Boxing skills, regardless of his ability he has never had a proffesional Boxing fight before.
Luckily Social Media has helped to bring some exposure to the matter as a photo of the sparring was uploaded by Conor McGregor on his Instagram which looks like McGregor is schooling him.