Conor McGregor has put to shame Floyd Mayweather's suggestion that he was struggling to make fight weight by comfortably making the mark for the two combat sport superstars' fight in Las Vegas on Sunday.
The American had questioned his Irish foe's ability to hit under the 154 pound (69.85kg) limit after his "spies" had informed him that McGregor was battling a tough weight cut.
However 'The Notorious' hit the scales at 153 pounds (69.34kg), and looked to be in tremendous shape ahead of his showdown with the undefeated boxer.
Mayweather came in well under the maximum, weighing in at 149.5 pounds (67.82).
McGregor revealed on stage that he expects to be around 170 pounds (77.11kg) come fight time and ridiculed Mayweather for looking drawn out.
"He looks like dog shit," McGregor said.
"He looks blown out. Full of water. He's not going to keep my pace. Trust me on that. That's the worst shape I've ever seen him.
"I'm going to breeze through him. Trust me on that."
The brash Irishman is confident he will shock the boxing world and walk right through the 49-0 boxing kingpin.
"I'll stomp my foot right in the centre of that ring. I won't go nowhere other than the centre of that ring. So let's see who can take it," McGregor said.
"He's over there twiddling his thumbs, twitching away. I see a man afraid."
For his part 'Money' has promised the fight won't last long, with McGregor being in for a rough night.
"I've been here before. I know what it takes when it's a fight of this magnitude. Weight doesn't win fights. Fighting wins fights," he said.
"It won't go the distance. Mark my words. I'm not really worried about the scale or [that it's his] last time. This will be Conor McGregor's last fight also."