But the highlight of the day was likely the banter between McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Sr.
"My mind is blown".
The mega-fight pitting the 49-0 professional boxer against the biggest superstar in UFC history goes down on August 26 from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The company first expressed a desire to jump on the Mayweather vs. McGregor bandwagon when Triple H invited them to appear on Raw during an interview with UK-based broadcaster Skysports.
"His little legs, his little core, his little head..."
"He will be unconscious inside four rounds, the movement, the power, the ferociousness [sic]". No supplementation. Nothing, unless I give it to him.
"Even if he catches one of my punches with his glove, it will still hurt him".
"I will come out and paint many pictures". Mayweather has been here before countless times and isn't going to get out of character just because this is a unique event. "I still got $100 million that I ain't even touched".
"I'll tell Conor wait to eat, what to drink, and he won't put anything else in his mouth". A Law360 report published last Friday claimed the 40-year-old requires the money from August 26 to pay off taxes still owed to the IRS from 2015-disputed by Mayweather on Instagram on Tuesday. All you need to do is show up and I will do the rest. He's also shown an interest in boxing throughout the years, going back to his friendship with former boxer Mike Tyson.
The fact Trump wants to go see the fight in person is no surprise.
Thankfully for fans of the spectacle, these two will trade verbal jabs three more times this week.
"He is f***ed", McGregor said.
"I'm not the same fighter I was 10 years ago".
Mayweather's tax troubles come as prepares for a boxing match against Irish MMA star Conor McGregor in August in Las Vegas. Will Conor have a chance of winning in his professional boxing debut? With so much on the line for both sides, this is just the start of what is expected to be one of the biggest sporting events of the year and possibly all time. "It's going to basically be a toe-to-toe battle".
McGregor said: "Yeah, they took the mic off".
Earlier this week, it was reported Mayweather owes $22.2 million in unpaid taxes to the U.S. federal government from the year of his biggest payday, when he reportedly earned over $200 million from his 2015 showdown with Manny Pacquiao. The undefeated fighter was still the best pound-for-pound boxer, and he was making more money than any athlete in the world.