Floyd Mayweather Fight match with McGregor is being billed as the biggest Boxing in combat sports history but few are giving the UFC star much of a chance against the undefeated Fight.
The pair will throw down in Las Vegas on August 26 have been quick to label the bout nothing more than a ‘money grab’ with McGregor making his professional in-ring debut against one of the greatest in the history of the sport
McGregor vs Mayweather (49-0 Fight) face off on Aug. 26, 2017 at T-Phone Arena in Las Vegas in a PPV event expected to be the most lucrative prize Boxing of all time. Their four-city world tour, which took place last week
The pair are in the capital to promote their August 26 Boxing with the trash-talking set to continue at a sold out Wembley T Mobile Arena.
McGregor let his suit do the talking in the first press conference in Los Angeles when hidden in the pin stripes of his blazer was an explicit message for Mayweather.
The duo then made appearances in Toronto and New York before flying in to London to exchange barbs on the other side of the Atlantic.
Mayweather v McGregor, a Boxing which just a few months ago seemed like a pipe dream, will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada London.
The intrigue in the contest, which was first mooted in May 2016, is exponential, to say the least.
Combat sports fans across the world are eager to see if Ireland’s first UFC belt holder can become the first man to humble Mayweather, who officially came out of retirement in March.
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Tickets for the Boxing first went on sale on Monday 24 July in a blaze of publicity, with fans clamouring to snap up the cheapest seats, priced at £390. But after an initial rush, ticket sales have slowed dramatically, with hundreds still available to buy
Mayweather v McGregor turned their latest showdown into a true PPV they’d collect a few million bucks before they even hit the ring for their Aug. 26 Boxing.
All this commotionm rapper Doug E. Fresh warmed up the crowd of 13,165 – for a press conference.
If it even is a press conference, McGregor cracked. It’s a bit of a roasting.
McGregor, who turns 29 on Friday, was the picture of cool as he walked the red carpet inside Barclays Center. The UFC star wore floral pants, sunglasses and ditched a shirt for a polar bear mink coat he bought earlier in the day in a Fifth Avenue shopping spree
Tropicana will broadcast live the historic Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor Boxing in the Grand Exhibition Center on Aug. 26 at 9 p.m. Doors for the event open at 8 p.m.
Ticket are $49 for advanced sales, not including fees and tax. Day-of tickets are $75.