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McGregor is strong early but Mayweather's clinical skill wins out for TKO in 10th

LAS VEGAS _ Floyd Mayweather Jr. closed out his distinguished career at 50-0. UFC champion Conor McGregor lasted into the 10th round in his pro boxing debut against the best boxer of his generation.

So, both men could declare victory Saturday night in their novelty boxing match at T-Mobile Arena.

Mayweather, 40, set aside the ills of age after a slow start, finding his groove to hammer McGregor with a series of punches that led to a 10th-round technical-knockout

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