CONOR MCGREGOR’S tutor has slammed Floyd Mayweather by branding him a brag and a lowlife.
As a blockbuster hitch between a UFC champ and fighting fable edges closer, The Notorious’ tutor John Kavanagh launched a quarrel of difference on a American.
Writing in his mainstay for The 42, Kavanagh wrote: “To me, Mayweather is a lowlife. He’s a male I’d never wish to have any hit with.
“Regardless of a outcome of this fight, we won’t be jolt his hand.”
Kavanagh also says that Mayweather’s famous gym is a place for bullies.
He added: “From what I’ve seen of his gym, it appears to be a form of atmosphere in that bullies thrive.
“As many people will know, being bullied is what creatively led me to martial arts.
“I’ve sought to emanate an atmosphere in my gym where people who have been victims of bullying can feel safe.
“In Mayweather’s gym, a improved warrior bullies his training partner. But that’s not how it should work.
“The improved warrior should always be unwavering of their avocation to pass on their imagination and assistance their training partners to grow.”
Kavanagh also highlighted Mayweather’s prior philosophy of domestic violence.
He added: “When we was in Australia in April, a lot was done of a fact that we highlighted Mayweather’s story of domestic assault during an interview.
“I’m not certain because people felt this was such a large deal, given that a male has already been convicted of violence adult women. That’s a fact.
“I have positively no time for any male with a lane record of such behaviour.”