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Best and Bizarre odds: Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor

John Smith

John lives in UK and loves attending and supporting small hall shows. He lives in England, UK and attends local shows in London. He loves writing about boxing betting and particular likes when an underdog wins against all odds.

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Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor: A list of live events for fight fans

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FACTS

Date: Saturday 26, August 2017
Venue: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Title: WBA World Light Heavyweight Title
Commission:      Nevada Athletic Commission
Promoter:           Leonard Ellerbe (Mayweather Promotions)
Matchmaker:     John Beninati
Television:          USA Showtime, USA FOX, United Kingdom SKY Box Office, Australia Main Event, Panama RPC Channel 4, Hungary Sport 1

Betting

Correct as of Aug 19

Fight Outcome

William Hill – Mayweather 2/9 Draw 40/1 McGregor 7/2 +25 additional markets

SKY Bet – Mayweather 1/5 Draw 33/1 McGregor 7/2

32Red – Mayweather 11/50 Draw 50/1 McGregor 15/4

Bet365 – Mayweather 1/4 Draw 40/1 McGregor 3/1

Sporting Bet – Mayweather 2/7 Draw 33/1 v McGregor 13/5

William Hill

Knock Down Specials

Floyd Mayweather Jr to be Knocked Down and Win 7/1
Conor McGregor to be Knocked Down and Win 14/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr to be Knocked Down 3/1
Conor McGregor to be Knocked Down 8/13
Both Fighters to be Knocked Down  6/1

William Hill are offering ‘Your odds’ betting with category’s of 16-1/45-1, below 6/1, 6/1-14/1 and 50/1 or more.

16/1-45/1

McGregor To Win By TKO In Rounds 1-4, 14/1
16/1Conor McGregor to be disqualified for a kick
Conor McGregor not to land a Punch 20/1
Fight to be stopped due to a cut from an accidental head butt 20/1

Below 6/1

McGregor to land under 40% of punches thrown, Mayweather to land over 40% of punches thrown & Mayweather win 1/5
Mayweather and McGregor to Touch Gloves before the Fight 2/7
Conor McGregor not to win a round settled on Official Judges Scorecards whenever fight ends 2/5

6/1 to 14/1

Conor McGregor To Land 9 Or Less Punches In the Bout 6/1
Either Fighter to win in Round 10,11 or 12, 7/1
McGregor to receive a point deduction and Mayweather to win in Round 5-12, Mayweather to win by Decision & Both fighters Knocked down 14/1

50/1 Or More

Conor McGregor to KO Floyd Mayweather in 60 seconds 50/1
Both fighters to be knocked out simultaneously 250/1

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Fighters’ records

McGregor – UFC/MMA

25 fights

22 wins (18 KOs)

3 defeats

Mayweather – Professional Boxing

49 fights

49 wins (26 KOs)

0 defeats

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