Floyd Mayweather: I carried Conor McGregor, made it look good

Floyd Mayweather says he carried Conor McGregor and added that he made the fight look good. Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images

Floyd Mayweather took aim at Oscar De La Hoya and Jeff Horn while insisting he "carried" Conor McGregor in their superfight and made it look good on his way to a tenth round stoppage.

While in Hong Kong, the undefeated boxing champion took to social media, doing a live stream and taking questions from fans.

Mayweather defeated Oscar De La Hoya by split decision to win the WBC Lightweight title back in 2007 and recorded his 50th professional victory by beating McGregor in August 2017.

"Everyone try and protest but I'm going to tell you all the truth," said Mayweather. "You know I carried McGregor. You know I made it look good for you all. You know about that? Once we got to a point..." he added before trailing off.

His statement that he "made it look good" won't go down well with the four-five million people who bought the fight on pay-per-view and took another swipe at McGregor stating: "Conor McGregor, you lucky I was generous you little b----."

He also took the chance to take aim at Australian Jeff Horn and Oscar de la Hoya who was interested in fighting McGregor, despite having reservations about the Mayweather-McGergor bout.

"Wasn't Oscar de la Hoya the same one talking about me fighting Conor McGregor, and he was trying to protest and stop the fight. Now he trying to fight Conor McGregor," Mayweather said.