Did you think that Conor McGregor was going to stop trolling Floyd Mayweather now that he finally got him to agree to a fight? Well, think again.

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McGregor has gotten into the habit of trolling Mayweather early and often over the course of the last few months, and he even trolled him shortly after their fight was made official last week. McGregor announced that he had agreed to an August 26 fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with Mayweather by sending out this hilarious tweet:

And on Monday night, McGregor was back at it again. Just before midnight, he took to Twitter to post a photo of him standing in the middle of the boxing ring that he’s been using to train. He included the caption, "I am a filthy Irish animal." And in the background, he showed off a new painting that he commissioned that features him punching Mayweather in the face:

There were some people who responded by pointing out that McGregor is going to have trouble landing any punches like that:

But for the most part, people seemed to enjoy the fact that McGregor is still trolling Mayweather, despite the fact that he already convinced him to sign up for a fight:

We’re betting this won’t be the last time McGregor trolls Mayweather, either. There’s still more than two months to go before the Mayweather/McGregor fight takes place, which gives him more than enough time to troll Mayweather about 57 more times.