It’s finally here! Tonight Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor will finally step into the boxing ring in Las Vegas to see who is the better man. Mayweather is 49-0 as a pro boxer and considered to be the best of all time while McGregor is making his debut after winning two titles in two divisions in the UFC competing as a mixed martial artist.
The televised portion of the pay per view card will start at 9 PM Eastern and will feature:
Gervonta Davis (18-0) vs Francisco Fonseca (19-0-1)
Nathan Cleverly (30-3) vs Badou Jack (21-1-2)
Andrew Tabiti (14-0) vs Steve Cunningham (29-8-1)
The main event featuring Mayweather and McGregor will likely begin around 11:15 to 11:45 PM Eastern
The prelim card will begin at 7 PM ET/4 PM PT on FOX Sports. It will feature:
Thomas Dulorme (24-2) vs Yordenis Ugas (19-3)
Juan Heraldez (12-0) vs Jose Miguel Borrego (13-0)
If you are in the United States and want to watch the pay per view it can be purchased through Showtime PPV for $99.95 in High Definition. If you are on a budget you can still watch it for $89.95 in standard definition. May as well pay the extra ten buck, but it’s your call.
You can watch the pay per view anywhere in the United Sates as long as you have access to Showtime PPVs, Sho.com has a breakdown of where you can order the fight depending on the provider you use. Xfinity, DirecTV, Dish, U-verse, Frontier or whoever you get our service from. The fight can also be accessed through Sling TV, UFC TV, and their Playstation.
For all those crazy Conor McGregor fans in Ireland who didn’t make the trip to Las Vegas you can watch the show through Sky Sports Box Office for £19.95 (UK) and €24.95 (Eire). If you do watch it though Sky Sports Box Office you will be able to stream the fight on your smart device or smart phone.
If you want to watch the show in Canada the pay per view will cost $99.99 in HD. The SD version is available and will be slightly cheaper. The fight can be purchased through Rogers Sportsnet, Shaw and Fibe TV.
For those in Mexico who want to watch “The Fight of the Century” you can watch it through Televisa and TV Azteca.
Fans in Brazil will also be able to see McGregor vs Mayweather through Combate. They charge R$ 74,90 a month to watch UFC cards and other events. The fight will be included in that package.
If you are in the United States and want to watch it a bar or restaurant you can go to bars.ufc.com to find whoever is showing the fight around you. Hooters is showing the fight and you can find the closest one at Hooters.com. However, you will have to pay $50 at the door as a cover charge. Had you booked in advance it would’ve only cost $30. The $50 will get you a $20 credit for food for a future visit. Buffalo Wild Wings will also show the fight in select locations. B-Dubs will charge you $20 to watch the fight per person. Dave and Busters will also show the fight but the cover charge varies by location.
You can always check out out Periscope if you don’t have the money to watch it but those feeds are very unreliable and often go down as quick as they pop up. Another option is turn off your phone, stay social media and try your luck downloading the fight on a torrent site Sunday morning.
If you have the money you can still fly to Vegas and buy a ticket. StubHub still has tickets available starting at $1,049.95 going up to $24,675. For almost 25K you can sit on the fourth row.