The last time Artem Lobov was in Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, he was with longtime training partner Conor McGregor as “The Notorious” one verbally jousted with Floyd Mayweather in front of roaring fans that filled the place for a press conference, not a fight. It’s something Lobov won’t soon forget.“Madness is a good word to describe what was happening there,” he said of last summer’s media tour stop. “It was incredible madness and I enjoyed every second of it. But it’s going to be nice to finally lace up the gloves and perform in fro … Read the Full Article Here