Watch Boxing- Mayweather vs McGregor Live , Online Free Streaming Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor Live PPV..Where to Watch Free Live Fight Online Free TV,Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor’s verbal battle is over for now and attention has turned to what is set to be the highest-earning fight of all time.Mayweather drew a record 4.6million pay-per-view purchases for his fight with Manny Pacquiao in 2015 and his battle with McGregor will almost certainly top that.McGregor – the biggest name in UFC – has vowed to knockout undefeated boxer Mayweather, and boldly had a giant mural depicting his triumph drawn up across his training gym wall. Mayweather, however, says he would “run the UFC” and scoffed at McGregor’s knockout claims, firing a warning about his “granite chin”.
The fight is scheduled for Saturday, August 26, though it will likely begin in the UK around 4am on Sunday, August 27. The 20,000-capacity T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas will host the fight.
Sky Box Office have won live rights for the fight and are charging £19.95 for the pay-per-view event.
The stage is set for McGregor’s first professional boxing fight, with the MMA fighter set to switch the Octagon for the ring and adopt boxing rules.Both fighters will wear boxing gloves and the use of legs, which is common in UFC, is banned.The bout will be 12 rounds of three minutes, should it go the distance
The Conor McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather Fight has become one of the most highly anticipated sports events of all time. Which makes us wonder: Why aren’t fans rushing to cop tickets?As pointed out by the Associated Press, there are still a shit-ton of seats available for the Aug. 26 match at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Tickets went on sale nearly a week ago and were expected to go so fast that promoters implemented a registrations process and lottery system to ensure average fans had a fair shot. Five days later, there are still thousands of seats left, which can mean one of two things: either people aren’t that hyped about the fight, or—the more likely explanation—ticket prices are too expensive.
Original prices started at $3,500 and went up to nearly $15,000 for “platinum” seats. As of Saturday, the cheapest resale tickets were listed on Ticket Master for about $1,700, which is still steep considering they’re for the nosebleed section; however, promoters insist they aren’t worried about the slow sales.
“We’re very excited and very happy with ticket sales so far,” promoter Leonard Ellerbet told the AP. “We’re well on our way to smashing our own record which transcended the sport.”The highest grossing boxing match—billed as “The Fight of the Century”—was 2015’s Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao, which, according to the AP, grossed about $600 million. Will Mayweather and McGregor be able to top that? Only time will tell. Maybe fans are just waiting for the prices to drop before they head to the box office. Or maybe they’re content with watching the match on pay-per-view for less than $100. Floyd Mayweather has never lost a boxing match as a professional, building up a record of 49-0 over the course of his career. Mayweather will face his most unorthodox challenge to date when he squares off against Conor McGregor in Las Vegas on August 26.
The undefeated boxer is a -600 favorite to win the fight at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com, with McGregor going off at +400 as an underdog. Since opening as a -2250 favorite, Mayweather has seen the action move heavily against him to bring his odds down this low. As the fight gets closer, these lines may adjust some more as big money bets could come in on Mayweather.
The general public heavily favors McGregor in this fight. Despite the fact that McGregor has never boxed professionally, many believe that his toughness as well as his advantages in size, strength, and age will help him overcome any technical shortcomings he may have against Mayweather. The consensus among most in the McGregor supporting camp is that the UFC superstar will need to score a knockout to win this fight.Betting on McGregor to win by KO, TKO or DQ pays +500, which is a slightly better payout than his outright odds to win the fight. Another option for McGregor vs Mayweather backers could be to bet on the exact method of victory with “McGregor by Knockout” specifically going off at +600. Or for bettors that believe McGregor will end this fight in short order, a special prop of “Conor McGregor Inside Four Rounds” is available at +700.
Mayweather hasn’t scored a knockout since Sept. 17, 2011, winning each of his last seven fights by decision. This fact, coupled with McGregor’s toughness, might suggest that backers expect Mayweather to defend his way to a decision win, but many prop bets are actually coming in on a Mayweather knockout.Mayweather by KO, TKO or DQ is a -140 favorite as the most likely method of victory in the fight, followed by Mayweather by Decision at +200.Linesmakers seem to be pegging this fight to go about eight rounds. The OVER 7.5 rounds is a slight favorite at -135 over the UNDER 7.5 rounds at -105. But when the line is set at 8.5, the UNDER is a -135 favorite and the OVER 8.5 is the underdog at -105.Hundreds of tickets are reportedly still available for the Aug. 26 bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor.
According to the Associated Press’ Tim Dahlberg, “a check online Saturday revealed hundreds—even thousands—of seats still available” firsthand on Ticketmaster after they were initially made available to the public Monday.Based on the cost to get into T-Mobile Arena for the Las Vegas spectacle, that’s not a major surprise.As Dahlberg noted, the cheapest face-value ticket is $3,500, and that’s not counting approximately $300 worth of fees associated with the purchase. Prices soar as high as $10,000 for ringside seats, with VIP “platinum” tickets clocking in just under $15,000.Those astronomical rates have also contributed to some paltry secondhand-market sales.
“There’s fairly little sales going on in general,” SeatGeek.com content analyst Chris Leyden said, per Dahlberg. “I think a lot of it has to do with where prices are now. I think people are a little uncomfortable paying this much or maybe even more.”
If the tickets do sell out, the fight should have a shot at breaking the record-setting $72,198,500 gate from Mayweather’s 2015 fight against Manny Pacquiao at the MGM Garden Arena—which seats 16,800 compared to T-Mobile Arena’s 20,000.
Five days after they went on sale, and four weeks before the event takes place, tickets for the Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor McGregor boxing match have been slow to sell, according to a report by the Associated Press (via ESPN).Surely, the exorbitant prices are a big factor in why there are still plenty of tickets left for the Aug. 26 bout at the 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Also, as UFC president Dana White has described, event organizers are trying to keep the tickets out of the hands of brokers, who typically buy up lots of ducats.
A check online Saturday revealed hundreds of seats still available from Ticketmaster at the T-Mobile Arena for the Aug. 26 fight. There are so many open seats that fans with enough room left on their credit cards can buy six tickets together in 162 different spots throughout the arena.That might be because of the astronomical prices set by promoters — the cheapest tickets still available on Ticketmaster have a face value of $3,500. Or maybe fans are just waiting for the right time to buy, hoping the price will go down.Either way, promoter Leonard Ellerbe isn’t terribly concerned. He says the fight will not only sell out, but break records for the richest gate.“We’re very excited and very happy with ticket sales so far,” Ellerbe told The Associated Press. “We’re well on our way to smashing our own record which transcended the sport.”That record was a $72,198,500 gate set by Mayweather in his 2015 fight with Manny Pacquiao. That live gate was more than three times bigger than any previous boxing gate.
Still, five days after tickets first went on sale, seats throughout the arena are widely available. They are not, however, for anyone a little light in the wallet.Prices start at $3,500 — plus another $300 or so for buyer fees — and climb to $10,000 near the ring. There are “platinum” seats that go for as much as $14,995.The resale market is nearly as pricey. At Seatgeek.com the get-in price is around $2,000 — for one of the few seats that originally sold at $500 — and the median listing price is about $7,000.There seems to be sticker shock in the marketplace.“There’s fairly little sales going on in general,” said Chris Leyden, a content analyst for SeatGeek.com. “I think a lot of it has to do with where prices are now. I think people are a little uncomfortable paying this much or maybe even more.”The situation is much the same at StubHub, where demand for tickets is lower than it was at the same time before Mayweather’s fight with Pacquiao two years ago.”We’re not necessarily seeing demand levels for the fight yet,” said Johnna Hoff, a StubHub spokeswoman. “The encouraging part is people are buying some tickets.”A UFC spokeswoman did not return calls for comment. Ticketmaster replied to an email by saying it will “decline to comment at this time.”
Any sign of slow ticket sales would undercut the argument by promoters that the fight might be the richest of all time, topping the Mayweather-Pacquiao bout that grossed some $600 million.Joris Drayer, a ticketing expert and professor of sports business at Temple, said high prices are likely limiting the market. Drayer said by the time fans spend money on travel and hotels in Las Vegas they would easily be over $10,000 for two tickets, making the pay-per-view a more attractive option.Drayer also said that some of the smaller resellers who might have bought tickets in the past are likely on the sidelines because the tickets are so expensive that it will be harder to flip them for a profit.
This is the challenge when pricing a one-of-a-kind type of event. No one knows what the demand will be,” Drayer said in an email. “In this case, it seems the promoters overestimated what people would be willing to pay — and how many of those people willing (to) pay thousands would actually attend the event.”The four-city promotional tour that the two fighters went on attracted large crowds, but fans for the most part got in free. Promoters are also expecting huge pay-per-view sales at $99.95 apiece that could rival the 4.6 million sold for Mayweather-Pacquiao.The demand for the fight is being driven largely by UFC fans, who tend to be younger than boxing fans and may not have pockets quite as deep.
Another sign that demand may be lacking — hotel prices for the weekend of the fight. There are still plenty of rooms available online in the $300 to $400 range, including several hotels operated by MGM Grand, which owns the T-Mobile Arena.Thhe Associated Press reports that several hundred seats remain for the Aug. 26 fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor. Available tickets start — start! — at $3,500. T-Mobile Arena, by the way, holds about 20,000 for boxing, so it’s not as if no one will be watching. Promoters still expect the building to be full, and to set records at the gate, according to the AP story.The Yankees won again, 5-4 over the Rays on a no-outs, bases-loaded single in the ninth by (who else?) Brett Gardner. That’s six in a row, eight of nine and nine of 11. The Bombers are 11-5 since the All-Star break, making up for the miserable stretch that preceded it. … The Dodgers are really something, 72-31 and winners of six in a row heading into Saturday’s game against the Giants. And now there’s news Clayton Kershaw might return from injury even earlier than expected, maybe this week.
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