Conor McGregor said Tuesday he was taken aback a bit by the format of the first press conference in Los Angeles to announce his Aug. 26 fight with Floyd Mayweather. By Wednesday at Budweiser Stage in Toronto, the UFC lightweight champion was more than warmed up, and before a packed house that cheered his every move, McGregor stalked the stage in an atmosphere more fitting for a Sunday revival than a press conference. Once he got the microphone, no one was safe, let alone Mayweather. From Showtime Sports boss Stephen Espinoza to Rob Kardashian and the entire sport of boxing, McGregor let loose, … Read the Full Article Here