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Watch Mayweather vs Mcgregor Boxing Fight
Watch Mayweather vs Mcgregor Boxing Fight

Kevin Bradley, Bovada's sports book manager, told Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports that betting on the May vs Conor Live Stream fight will likely surpass the Super Bowl:"We knew this fight would be big, potentially even bigger than the Super Bowl, but now we are almost certain it will be. The recent trash talking and promotional tour is only encouraging bets and at this rate we cannot even imagine how much we will take on it. One thing is for sure though, we will need Mayweather huge.

Place: T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas

Date: August 26 ,2017

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A McGregor early round KO as he promised would be a potential disaster and is partly a reason we are giving a great price on Mayweather at the moment."A news report featuring footage of boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. walking into a court room was recirculated in July 2017 along with the inaccurate claim that the boxer had been arrested and that his much-hyped August 2017 fight against UFC star Connor McGregor had been cancelled.

The video was published to the web site Top Buzz under the title “McGregor vs Mayweather FIGHT IS OFF! Mayweather ARRESTED!! LIVE FOOTAGE”:Iole broke down some of the odds being offered for the fight:

"Bovada released a slew of wagering May vs Conor Live Stream possibilities, but the odds on McGregor have dropped significantly. Mayweather is down to minus-500, while McGregor is now at plus-350.

"Amazingly, on the proposition bet, Will Mayweather be knocked down or out, yes is only at plus-350. Mayweather is 49-0 and has only been down once in his career, and that came when he intentionally touched the canvas with his glove in the final round of a fight he was winning big because his hand was injured and he wanted a brief break."

Mayweather is justifiably the heavy favorite in this fight, given his unblemished record and the fact that McGregor's background is in mixed martial arts, not boxing. In an MMA fight, McGregor would be the prohibitive favorite. There are reasons to believe Mayweather could at least be somewhat vulnerable, however. He's 40 and 11 years older than McGregor. He hasn't fought since Sept. 2015, when he beat Andre Berto in a unanimous decision. And given that McGregor has never boxed professionally, Mayweather won't have film to study on his boxing or a clear understanding of McGregor's game plan.

It isn't necessarily hard to envision how McGregor will attack Mayweather, of course—like many boxers before him, he'll likely try to crowd Mayweather as much as possible to neutralize his elite speed and reaction time and overwhelm him with superior power.

Given Mayweather's perfect record, however, it's not as though that strategy has ever completely worked. And while McGregor features a formidable combination of speed and power himself, is the first-time boxer likely to be a more difficult opponent than experienced boxers like Manny Pacquiao, Canelo Alvarez, Miguel Cotto, Shane Mosley, Juan Manuel Marquez, Ricky Hatton or Oscar De La Hoya, previous victims of Mayweather's brilliance?The unbeaten five-division champion’s legal and ring advisers weren’t immediately commenting Thursday about Mayweather’s scheduled Friday morning surrender before Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa.

The judge sentenced him Dec. 22 for his guilty plea to reduced charges in the domestic battery case.

Mayweather’s lawyers, Karen Winckler and Richard Wright, said previously they didn’t plan to seek another postponement or delay.

Mayweather, now 35, was initially due to begin his sentence Jan. 6. But Saragosa agreed at the last minute to let him remain free long enough to fight Miguel Cotto on May 5 in Las Vegas. The fighter who goes by the nickname “Money” won the bout and a guaranteed $32 million. Cotto was paid $8 million.
Mayweather has been accused of, and charged with various crimes throughout his career. A 2015 CNN article asked “Why do we ignore Mayweather’s domestic abuse?” and listed some of the boxer’s run-ins with the law:

Some examples: In 2001, he allegedly struck the mother of one of his children in the face with a car door and then punched her several times in the face.According to an account in the Las Vegas Review-Journal: “Mayweather was charged with two counts of domestic battery. He pleaded guilty in March 2002 to those counts and one count of misdemeanor battery in an unrelated case.

“Under the plea agreement with prosecutors, the boxer got a suspended six-month jail sentence, a $3,000 fine, 48 hours of community service and two days of house arrest.”

For attacking two women at a Las Vegas nightclub in 2003, he was Conor vs May Live  found guilty on two counts of domestic battery and given a suspended six-month prison sentence for each as well as a $500 fine for each count, or community service. In 2010, he attacked the mother of three of his children at her home and punched her in the head. His oldest son called the police. He did a plea deal to domestic assault and pleaded no contest to harassment charges, serving two months of a 90-day sentence.