Mayweather vs McGregor “Money Fight” will face at the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas on Saturday.
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Date: Saturday, August 26
Time: 9 p.m. ET (main card)
Location: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas
Live Stream (pay-per-view): UFC.tv, ShowtimePPV.com
Mayweather and McGregor will venture to the scales on Friday on the eve of one of the greatest donning exhibitions in late memory.There is a huge measure of buildup encompassing this fight, which will be McGregor's first and Mayweather's 50th in a so far undefeated and uncontrollably fruitful profession.
To a few, the occasion is ludicrous, to others, unadulterated excitement, to at present others a captivating test to check whether McGregor's immovable certainty and blended hand to hand fighting authority can effectively mean boxing.McGregor doubtlessly has a more noteworthy collection of battling abilities, yet just a single range of center will be accessible to him when he ventures into the ring against Mayweather on Saturday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The say something, which additionally happens at the T-Mobile Arena, will be the last time the two dubious contenders go head to head before they settle their fight in the ring. Sparkles may fly considering late remarks made by the reckless combine.
The match will happen at 154 pounds, yet Mayweather clearly doesn't figure McGregor will be prepared to get under that edge.In a video meet with FightHype.com, Mayweather examined the 29-year-old Irishman's wellbeing level.
"Conor McGregor is to an incredible degree significant right now," he said in a video disseminated Tuesday. He included he trusts McGregor is around 164 pounds.
McGregor didn't warmly grasp these comments and said it meant that Mayweather was looking for a reason before Saturday's test.
"He needs to close his mouth," McGregor expressed, per USA Today's Martin Rogers. "It is a trap of a thing. Allow him to keep asking, speaking to God for weight, for exhaustion, appealing to God for me to make a backward walk. All he is doing is supplicating, be that as it may he is setting off to the new heavenly power of boxing."
In his last UFC fight against Eddie Alvarez, McGregor tipped the scales at 154.4 pounds, under the 155-pound limit, per CBS Sports' Brandon Wise. In any case, in two fights against Nate Diaz a year prior, McGregor tipped the scales at 168 pounds each time.
McGregor is a typically more prominent individual than Mayweather—he's similarly an inch taller and has a 74-inch wingspan diverged from Money's 72, per BoxRec—yet for a contender who is so tuned in to his body and has worked unimaginably hard to be productive, there should be little vulnerability that he will miss the weight.