It’s officially on, the Floyd Mayweather V Conor McGregor fight (or farce, depending on which way you want view things) will take place on the Casino strip of Las Vegas this summer after terms were agreed between the two high profile fighters.
Latest odds see Floyd Mayweather at a general 1/6, with Conor McGregor the outsider of the two at 4/1 to 5/1.
Mayweather V McGregor New Customer Offers
With this being such a huge fight, there will be plenty of interest in it, and this generally means new customer offers – and first out of the blocks are Betfair.
New customers opening a Betfair account here can get a massive 20/1 on Floyd Mayweather OR 40/1 on Conor McGregor. This is a £1.00 only bet for new Betfair customers, with enhanced winnings paid in free bets, terms and Conditions apply.
There is bound to be a lot more offers on this fight, so keep checking back here, as we will be adding them as and when they become available.
When And Where Is The Maywether V McGregor Fight Taking Place?
The fight is taking place T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on 26 August. This means in the UK it will take place in the early hours of Sunday 27th August, with the fight expected to start at 5am.
The fight is officially a boxing match, and will be the first time UFC fighter, McGregor will have fought professionally in the square ring.
Throughout his boxing career, Mayweather been has virtually untouchable in the ring against some of the world’s best boxers, which is why he is so short in the betting to win this showdown. It might also go some way to explaining why this fight is getting a lot of negativity from former boxers such as Lennox Lewis, Oscar De La Hoya, and Ricky Hatton, etc.
What is certain is that both Mayweather and McGregor are expert self publicists, and are both extremely good at making lots of money. Whatever people think about this fight, it will generate a lot of money and interest (both men are rumoured to be earning around 100 million US dollars each). The fight will be hyped up to the maximum, and will no doubt make a fortune on Pay Per View TV – which is probably why it is happening.