Upcoming Fight | Floyd Mayweather will face Conor McGregor in Las Vegas on August 26.

Floyd Mayweather will face Conor McGregor Upcoming fight in Las Vegas this year. Mayweather and McGregor, the 2 biggest names in combat sports, can participate in a very multi-million-pound match on August twenty six.

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The contest, that has divided opinion within the sporting world, can occur at the T-Mobile Arena in urban center, Nevada.

Upcoming Event, Floyd Mayweather will face Conor McGregor, fight in Las Vegas

Mayweather’s fiftieth skilled fight, his initial in nearly 2 years, is predicted to shatter the pay-per-view obtain record set by his 2015 ‘Fight of the Century’ with Manny Pacquiao.

And with the addition of his receiver Gervonta Davis to the cardboard, it might o.k. do therefore.

Many fight fans square measure unsure of what in ‘The Billion dollar Fight’, that has the potential to shatter the pay-per-view obtain record set by Mayweather’s ‘Fight of the Century’ with Manny Pacquiao.

Floyd Mayweather will face Conor McGregor, fight in Las Vegas

According to Mayweather Sr, fans will expect to check his son college Ireland’s initial UFC belt holder with many new party tricks.

McGregor (21-3, eighteen KOs in MMA) are going to be creating his boxing debut once he faces off with Mayweather (49-0, twenty six KOs in boxing) in urban center. the 2 have done the majority of their trash talking through social media, that continued last month once the 2 denote videos of however their coaching was going.

Upcoming Fight | Floyd Mayweather will face Conor McGregor, fight on August 26.

“There square measure some things that i would like to try to to, and things that Floyd will do. We’re aiming to be ready to bit him up real sensible.”

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If McGregor will somehow manage to check the ultimate bell, he would’ve done therefore by taking Associate in Nursing almighty beating.

“Let American state tell you one thing, although it goes the space, [Floyd] goes to whoop his ass,” Mayweather Sr additional. “That’s what’s aiming to happen.

“Any method he desires to try to to it, [McGregor] is gonna get whooped. Ain’t no one gonna say I’m wrong as a result of they understand he’s aiming to get whooped anyway.”

Mayweather vs McGregor Fight helps both sports

Ex-NSAC head, UFC exec Marc Ratner thinks Mayweather vs. McGregor helps both sports . Former executive director of the Nevada State Athletic Commission Marc Ratner understands the regulatory challenges involving Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor, but sees no issue with it.

Ratner, who’s currently the UFC’s Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, was responsible for overseeing a number of high-profile boxing matches during his more than 20-year tenure with the NSAC. And he’s fully on board with the polarizing pairing between the boxing legend and the UFC’s lightweight champ.

Mayweather vs McGregor Fight

While he gets that McGregor’s lack of pro boxing experience is certainly a factor in the equation, he believes that circumstances – and historical precedents – make the fanfare a justifiable one.

“It’s tough for the commission to approve this, there’s no question about it,” Ratner recently told MMAjunkie. “And I think Conor maybe did some amateur boxing, but certainly he’s never fought pro. You have to take that leap. I believe that it’s approvable in a lot of ways, because he’s such a good athlete.

“I go back to the late 50s, that I remember that Pete Rademacher was fighting Floyd Patterson. Pete Rademacher was making his pro debut for the heavyweight championship. So have these fights happened before? Sure. Antonio Inoki vs. Cassius Clay – or Muhammad Ali at that time. It’s a spectacle, it’s entertaining. I know a lot of states would say, today, that they would never approve it. If it came to their state, I think they would.”

Mayweather (49-0 boxing) and McGregor (21-3 MMA, 9-1 UFC) are set to meet in a 12-round boxing bout on Aug. 26 at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena. While it’s not yet officially sanctioned, NSAC Executive Director Bob Bennett has stated that the commission will have no problem green-lighting it given McGregor’s background.

Ratner, who was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame early last year, says he had no active role in the conversations. His first sign that things were actually moving forward came a few weeks ago, when Mayweather Promotions’ Leonard Ellerbe and Mayweather himself hinted at it to him. Not that long after that, UFC president Dana White told him about a press conference,

But Ratner says that White did consult him about the boxing specifics – such as glove size and ring dimensions – that would be in place. The fighters will meet at 154 pounds (super welterweight in boxing) and wear 10-ounce gloves, inside a 20-foot by 20-foot ring – which has been the standard in Nevada for years.

On his end, Ratner is excited to watch both the scrap and its entire promotional process – including the press-conference, which he says may very well end up being a pay-per-view event itself. At the end of the day, Rather says, it’s entertainment.

“I’m looking forward to it,” Ratner said. “I will be excited and we’ll see what Conor can do. I’m a big fan of Floyd. He can do everything. He’s really hard to hit. And he’s been off a couple of years. He never gets out of shape, but he is 40 years old. So we’ll see.

“I think it helps both sports in a lot of ways. There will be a lot of negativity, there’s no question about it. But the more people talk about it, the more people hate it, they’ll still watch it. And that’s what it’s about.”

To hear more from Ratner on the highly-awaited bout, check out the video above.

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