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Mayweather vs McGregor

On: Sun, Aug 27 from 12:00PM to 8:00PM

Head in early to reserve your place to watch one of the most anticipated fights of this decade!

We’ll be screening it live in the Sports Bar on 2 BIG screens.

You won’t want to miss any of the action!

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“CONOR McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather is ON, with a date, venue and fight rules named, plus confirmation from both fighters on social media and multiple US media reports.

August 26 (August 27 AEST) is the date, while T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas will be the venue.

Boxing meets UFC, in ‘Money’s’ domain – under boxing rules, in the ring, where he has never been beaten in a legendary 49-0 career. As Mayweather pumps out the 50-0 merchandise, McGregor is preparing for his first professional boxing match (21-3 MMA).

The fight will be boxing rules, 12 three-minute rounds at 154 pounds with 10-ounce gloves, sanctioned by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Mayweather Promotions will be the lead promoter for the entirely boxing card, and TV network Showtime will air the megafight on pay-per-view.

It will be Mayweather’s first fight in two years, since his decision win over Andre Berto. He is 40 years-old to McGregor’s 28. The Irish megastar last fought at UFC 205 last November, the historic show at New York’s Madison Square Garden in which he knocked out lightweight champ Eddie Alvarez to become the promotion’s first concurrent two-division champion.

Money is already flowing for the long-hyped bout. Aussie bookmaker sportsbet.com.au reports that McGregor is the fancy of punters despite being at long odds.

Sportsbet.com.au says McGregor is attracting 10 times the money of Mayweather, though ‘Money’ is a $1.15 favourite to $5.50 for ‘The Notorious’.

Mayweather winning by KO/TKO is favourite in the method of victory market.”

via Source: Fox Sports AU

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