Video of Mayweather and McGregor training side by side is shocking

Adam Smith and Johnny Nelson are joined by Ashley Theophane to discuss Mayweather v Mc Gregor and his spot on the undercard

Now, the former MMA champion turned would-be boxer put out his own behind-the-scenes look at how he'd getting ready for the fight, and it's, uh. well, it's not quite the same.

In the caption he wrote: "I know I'm not the same fighter I was 20 years ago, I'm not the same fighter I was ten years ago".

Yes, he's probably going to get embarrassed by Mayweather-and potentially knocked out cold-but he's reportedly going to make at least $75 million for this fight.

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"All McGregor has to do is land one good shot", some might think to themselves.

Even well away from his prime Mayweather is risky, and his speed and accuracy might just prove too much for McGregor. We are, too. It would be a real shame if the fight ended up being a total dud, as some people are predicting. "As a matter of fact, I'm not the same fighter I was five years ago, I'm just an old legend putting in work in 16 oz gloves".

Click on the video above to watch the duo in training.

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Ward after all is cut from the same cloth as Mayweather, a rare fighter that thinks defence first, a true believer in the "hit and don't get hit" philosophy, a man who excels at making fools of punchers and pressure fighters with his slick movement, tricks, savvy and ring IQ, not to mention the occasional sneaky foul.

You probably don't have to be a boxing aficionado to see that McGregor is in deep trouble against Mayweather. Even though we live in a country where it seems anything can happen these days, the idea of Mayweather losing to McGregor is just unfathomable for most people-with or without the latest training videos.

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