A Kazakh weight lifter caused a commotion in Los Angeles when he chose to take on the appearance of Conor McGregor and finish some exercise schedules around the city.
Islam Badurgov was quickly mobbed after rampaging in LA wearing an open Versace shirt, finish with shrewd shades and stick-on whiskers.
He likewise had duplicates of McGregor's popular tattoos scratched onto his chest, back and arm, totally tricking many UFC fans in the city.
McGregor's bold prediction has been laughed off by many, including several of his fellow mixed martial artists.
Much has been made of McGregor's knockout power in the build-up to the fight, with many MMA fans claiming he only needs one shot to render Mayweather unconscious.
A video of Badurgov swaggering around the city and finishing a few noteworthy exercise schedules quickly turned into a web sensation, with fans swarming around him trying to get a photo – practically conveying the city to stop.
After at long last choosing to throw in the towel and jettisoning his mask, one of Badurgov's companions took to Facebook to share a photo of the two remaining before an extravagance auto, with an inscription uncovering why they had chosen to trick the city of LA.
He expressed: "Companions, meet Arthur Topelov… celebrated Kazakhstan performing artist. He was the fundamental man in our trick.
"When he shouted Conor McGregor, the group ran insane and shouted with him. Without him, our video wouldn't have become so intriguing and wouldn't have spilled on the web.
"The trick was made to help awesome warrior Conor McGregor fight with Floyd Mayweather. We really put stock in his triumph."
The trick was so effective in light of the fact that McGregor is inclined toward the odd open exercise or two, having already wowed the group at Muscle Beach with a progression of draw ups and expound extending works out.
McGregor (the genuine one that is) will be making his expert boxing debut when he goes up against Floyd Mayweather on August 26.