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Watch Mayweather vs Mcgregor
Watch Mayweather vs Mcgregor

Mayweather vs Mcgregor Promotions officials recently announced that tickets will go on sale Monday, July 24 at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT at Ticketmaster.com. Fans are invited to pre-register via the Ticketmaster Verified Fan program to “ensure that tickets go to the fight fans who demanded this matchup and knockout any bots or scalpers attempting to buy tickets.”Registration ends today at 10 p.m. PT.

 

Place: T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas
Date: August 26 ,2017
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“It is vital that we provide our fans with a fair opportunity to purchase tickets to this unprecedented event taking place on Aug. 26 between Watch Mayweather vs Mcgregor Live” Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe stated. “This is a fight derived from the fans and should be available to be enjoyed by fans. It was necessary for us to partner with Ticketmaster Verified Fan for an event at this magnitude to provide everyone with a safe, worry-free method to purchase tickets.”

Fans will be limited to two tickets per transaction, and there is a touch of fine print.Boxing purists may be shying away from the thought of Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor, but you can expect the money to be rolling in over the next couple of months.

Tickets for the highly anticipated boxing match between former five-division world title holder Floyd Mayweather (49-0 boxing) and current UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor (21-3 MMA, 9-1 UFC) go on sale Monday, and you can get in the door for a mere $500.

Face value of tickets will scale up to $10,000 for the Aug. 26 pay-per-view event at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.Money' Mayweather has been more than happy to flaunt his wealth over the years, posting pictures of wads of cash on show.

His bout with Manny Pacquiao in May 2015 broke pay-per-view records, bringing in more than 4.5million purchases at an average of $99 cost. TV revenue alone is thought to have passed $400million (£309million).Floyd Mayweather’s Las Vegas super-fight with Conor McGregor is now just weeks away.
The contest has dominated the sporting headlines worldwide and has fight fans counting down the days until August 26 – but not everybody from the boxing world is happy with the bout.
A number of high-profile personalities from the sport have attacked the fight, claiming that it diminishes Mayweather’s legacy and is bad for boxing’s image.

But there is of course one key reason for why both Mayweather and McGregor have agreed to meet one another in the ring: money.The fight stands to become the most lucrative in the history of combat sports, with both men expected to earn over $100m for agreeing to the bout.

But what is the estimated fight purse? What will the split be? And how much is the contest likely to make though PPV (pay-per-view)Here, we tell you everything you need to know about the most lucrative fight in history.

What is the estimated fight purse?Estimates vary, and largely depend on whether the fight meets its PPV targets or not. But after an explosive, controversial and — ultimately — successful four-stop promotional tour, that is beginning to look like a given.

The total figure depends more on the PPV sales, however. Ticket sales also need to be factored in, as well as how much sponsorship is sold for.
But, if the PPV stays roughly in line with the Mayweather v Pacquaio fight, the fight purse is likely to be worth around $390m (€340m). Total revenues are meanwhile expected to exceed $500m (€435m).


"He (Mayweather) feels like he’s the A-side and he should get more of it."That seems a conservative guess: when Mayweather defeat Pacquaio he waltzed off into the sunset with a $240m pay-cheque, according to Forbes. His earnings for this fight will surely exceed that.
How much will the fight make through PPV?

The PPV sales for Mayweather v Pacquaio made an extraordinary $455m. Expect this fight to surpass that.The PPV price in the States is hefty: the standard definition purchase of the August 26 fight from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas will set fans back $89.95, with the high-definition version costing $99.95.It’s currently predicted that Mayweather v McGregor will attract just under 5 million buys, which would see the total PPV sales at a figure in the region of $475m.


What will the split be? The two men signed a confidentiality agreement when they signed their contracts, meaning the exact split will not be revealed. However, Independent.ie understands McGregor's contract is worth €69m.We know that Mayweather is getting more however, with estimates ranging in the 70-75% region

Boxing Kingdom were one of the first sites to put their neck on the line with a more specific prediction, with Mayweather slated to make $400m (€350m) from the fight, and McGregor $127m (€110m). That’s a lot, but the split ratio could well be in that rough region.
When Dana White spoke in April, he (understandably) predicted Mayweather would make a lot less. "If the fight sells as well as I think it can, Floyd makes a little north of $100 million and Conor makes $75 million," White said.White's prediction is just about in line with the €69m Independent.ie understands McGregor will earn.

The fight will be held at the 20,000-capacity T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas — and tickets don’t come cheap.The total ticket receipts for the Mayweather v Pacquiao fight totalled $79.1m (€69m). 16,219 tickets were sold at the MGM Arena — which is slightly smaller than the T-Mobile Arena — at an average price of $4,451 (€3,800) each. Each!

Expect the Mayweather v McGregor fight to gross a very similar amount. The fight doesn’t have the sporting pedigree of the Pacquiao fight, but it does have the novelty factor. And novelty sells in Paradise, Nevada.

Any other business?
The asking price for the title sponsor of this fight has already been set, at a cool $10m (€8.7m). That amount would almost double the current record for boxing’s largest single-fight sponsorship which was — you guessed it — Mayweather v Pacquaio. Tecate paid $5.6m (€4.9m) to sponsor that one.

All in all, this fight Watch Mayweather vs Mcgregor can expect to attract more money from sponsors than the Pacquaio bout. Don’t be surprised if the fight attracts almost $25m (€22m) in support.And then there’s the merchandise. ESPN predicts that the fight could rake in another $2m (€1.7m) through merch alone, thanks to the popularity of the two men.
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