The boxer took to Thursday for a post that has been deleted and reposted, instructing fans to buy tickets for his upcoming fight with Connor McGregor from Solky, who we referred to as a 'scalper'.
Ahead of the highly anticipated superstar bout between two contact sports legends, boxing champion Floyd Mayweather labelled his opponent Conor McGregor a "dirty" fighter after seeing footage of one of his sparring sessions.
Tony Leen and Vincent Hogan joined Joe Molloy for the Sunday Paper Review on Off the Ball and the discussion turned to where boxing will go if the Dubliner emerges victorious next weekend. I've got the style that I'd take it up to him. The conclusion of a trilogy of fights with Nate Diaz would generate the highest amount of money, whilst a rematch with current featherweight champion Max Holloway would generate sufficient interest also.
"I think if McGregor catches him it could be lights out".
'In terms of what's going to happen in the ring, I don't know and I think that's why everybody is intrigued, ' Ward told Sky Sports.
Mayweather responds for the first time, and their rivalry begins to grow, when he tells FightHype.com: "They say he talks a lot of trash and people praise him for it, but when I did it, they say I'm cocky and arrogant". He doesn't have the boxing capability to do that. "I saw the imagery, the video footage [from the four-city press tour], and thought, 'This is stuff that lives on ...,' when I'm gone". "I'd take that any day of the week!"
Lewis does not think there is any question about the result and predicts Mayweather will win easily.
Walsh agrees that the American lacks power but suggests his technique is so superior that McGregor is still likely to be overwhelmed. "They didn't see any redeeming value in it", said Josh Gross, the MMA journalist who wrote "Ali vs. Inoki". "He's a clinician, a technical boxer". He's a little bit confused, especially on the inside as you can see on that tape.
If you fancy it, you can still get a ticket on StubHub, although the fact that the tickets range in price from $1,299.99 to $100,250 (approximately €1,105 - €85,350) might just put you off.
Mayweather and McGregor dominate the headlines, but there are two world titles fights on the same bill. Tickets for this Sport Ireland Institute conference dealing with lessons learned from high performance are available here.