An unbeaten boxer represented by Mark Wahlberg has issued an Instagram warning to Conor McGregor: 'Don't call out my manager'

Business Insider | 6/15/2019 | Alan Dawson
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Conor McGregor has been warned by the unbeaten boxer Regis Prograis to quit threatening his manager Mark Wahlberg.

McGregor had previously challenged Wahlberg to a fight for the Hollywood actor's UFC shares.

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Prograis has said enough is enough and if he wants a fight, then he should challenge him.

Prograis is even willing to sign a two-fight deal that would include a bout in the ring and another in the cage.

McGregor

McGregor is yet to respond.

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Conor McGregor has been warned by an unbeaten boxer to quit challenging Mark Wahlberg to a fight for his UFC shares.

McGregor has not fought since his resounding fourth round loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 in October, 2018, and has had one demand to get back to the Octagon: an equity stake in the UFC. It is something he pushed for in 2016, 2017, and 2019.

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The Irishman, a hard-punching southpaw with 21 wins against four losses, even challenged Hollywood tough guy Wahlberg to a fight as he wanted the actor's stake in the business.

Now, a boxer managed by Wahlberg has said enough is enough. That fighter is the unbeaten American Regis Prograis, a...
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