White, knee-length, with a sea serpent on the back, collar popped and no shirt underneath, McGregor showed he has range after his “F-you” pinstripe suit in LA.
The look was also reminiscent of another NYC icon: Joe Namath.
Broadway Joe on the Jets sidelines.
Famous for calling a Jets upset over the Colts in Super Bowl III, “Broadway Joe” was known for his flamboyant style on and off the field. McGregor is no stranger to flashy clothes and definitely not afraid to let his prognostications fly including repeated claims he’ll “knock Mayweather out inside four rounds” come Aug. 26.
But not to be outdone by an outfit, Floyd Mayweather wrapped himself in his own “F-you.” to make his entrance. Draping an Irish flag over his shoulders, after a few poses with the green, white and orange flag wrapped tight, Mayweather took the stage before dispatching of the flag with a look of disdain. Then took to ignoring McGregor’s jawing as he bounced around the stage to the beat of the music in a moment fitting of this theater in the round/traveling circus.