@Visit for Mayweather Mcgregor Live Stream , Watch Online Boxing Mayweather Mcgregor Live Fight, Where Mcgregor Mayweather will meet Pay Per View Full Coverage The Mayweather vs McGregor megafight that has been rumored for months is officially on.Undefeated welterweight boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. will come out of retirement to face UFC superstar Conor McGregor on Aug. 26 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Mayweather vs McGregor tickets are expected to cost anywhere from $500 to $10,000.
Mayweather, regarded as one of the best pound-for-pound boxers of all time, opened as a huge favorite to beat McGregor in the boxing match, but the underdog’s odds were slashed in half after their world tour.
Mayweather last fought on Sept. 12, 2015, with a win over Andre Berto to push his record to 49-0 and retain his welterweight championship. McGregor is 21-3 as an MMA fighter and has won UFC championships at 145 and 155 pounds. Mayweather and McGregor will fight at 154 pounds, according to UFC President Dana White.
How do the two match up? Here is everything you need to know about the Mayweather vs. McGregor megafight.
When, where is the Mayweather vs. McGregor fight?
Mayweather vs. McGregor will take place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Aug. 26.
How to watch Mayweather-McGregor fight, PPV price
Mayweather vs. McGregor will be available on Showtime boxing pay-per-view with live streaming available for various devices. The PPV fight will cost $99.95 in HD (or $89.95 for SD).
Mayweather vs. McGregor odds
The opening moneyline tabbed Mayweather as a huge favorite at -2,250 with McGregor at +950. It quickly dipped to -1,100 for Mayweather and +700 and the early wagers had the line down to -800 for Mayweather and +500 for McGregor. What does that mean? For the laymen, it means that a $100 bet on McGregor would win $500 plus the original wager back if he were to win. But in order to win $100 with a Mayweather victory, someone would have to place a wager of $800.
As of mid-July, McGregor was being given 7:2 odds (+350) after his world media tour, while Mayweather dropped to a 1:5 (-500) favorite.
Mayweather vs. McGregor purse
UFC president Dana White previously stated Mayweather could pocket around $100 million for the fight, with McGregor hauling in around $75 million. That would be a record payday for McGregor. The pay-per-view is expected to gross around $475 million.
Tale of the tape, records
|Records||49-0, 26 KOs||21-3, 18 KOs|
|Height/Weight||5-8, 147||5-9, 154|
|Reach||73 inches||74 inches|
Details for Mayweather vs. McGregor fight
The fight will be a 12-round bout at 154 pounds and the boxers will each wear 10-ounce gloves. The undercard for the main event is expected to include only boxers under Mayweather’s promotion firm, Mayweather Promotions. Those boxers include Badou Jack with WBA world light-heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly as a possible opponent. IBF super featherweight champion Gervonta Davis could also defend his belt.
Things are moving fast with regards to the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregorannouncement. The fight is now official, we know the weight class (154 lbs), glove size (10 ounces), rounds (12), venue (T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas), and the date (August 26th). Next up is the first media conference call, which we are live-streaming, starting at 8 PM ET/5 PM PT.
You can listen to the call at the top of the page (or use MMA Mania’s live-stream), or with UFC president Dana White, Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe, and Showtime Sports Executive Vice President & General Manager Stephen Espinoza all in attendance.
If you were hoping for McGregor and Mayweather to appear right off the bat, I’m afraid that’s not happening, but there will be plenty of opportunities to hear from both men as this historic matchup between one of boxing’s all-time greats and the biggest star in MMA collide in the ring this summer.
“When you’re talking about $500 million projections in terms of financials, it’s the fight that had to happen within the sports industry,” Scott Hurst, MMA expert and co-founder of the website Real Sport, told CNN’s World Sport show.The two words published on Floyd Mayweather’s Instagram account on Wednesday were all it took to send the sporting world into a frenzy.