The Toronto rapper showed up at Wednesday's press visit for McGregor and Mayweather's up and coming session
Begun in Los Angeles and now they're here.
The Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather squeeze visit ceased in Toronto on Wednesday night — the second stop after L.A. — and the two men got an incredible welcome from Toronto rapper Drake.
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"I came here today to witness history with every single one of you. The greatest battle ever, and, obviously, they needed to go to the best city on the planet to do a public interview," Drake said before a stuffed and exuberant group at the Budweiser Stage.
"In this way, regardless of whether it is Floyd "Cash" Mayweather or whether it is the "Famous" Conor McGregor, I simply need to welcome these two contenders to Toronto."
And keeping in mind that Drake, 30, gave off an impression of being fair before the group, he had a backstage meeting with McGregor for an individual welcome.
The occasion was one of four stops on a worldwide press visit in front of the multi-million-dollar battle in August.
Following quite a while of hypothesis, it was reported in June that Mayweather, 40, would leave retirement to go head to head against McGregor, 28, a blended military craftsman who has never had an ace boxing battle.
McGregor has been named as the reasonable underdog, up against the undefeated boxing champ, however, he advised fans at the allowed to general society occasion this isn't the first run through individuals has questioned him.
"They said indistinguishable things then from they're stating now. They said I had no way," McGregor said to the group referencing his coordinate versus Jose Aldo. "The Irish man will miss the mark, he doesn't stand an expectation. It took me 13 seconds."
Further, McGregor told the jam in a swearword loaded tirade that Mayweather doesn't stand a shot.
"One shot is all it takes me."
Mayweather let go back against boos from the fans, who overwhelmingly bolstered McGregor.
"Turn the weight up, I don't stop, I don't overlap under weight. I'm the best and I know I'm the best," said the warrior with a 49-0 record.
The Mayweather-McGregor squeeze visit will make a beeline for Brooklyn, trailed by London. The profoundly foreseen battle will go down Aug. 26 at the Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena.