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When does it start? How can you watch it? We have everything you need to know right here.

What time does the fight start Mayweather vs McGregor Live?

Quintuple champion Mayweather vs McGregor Live Stream boxer Floyd Mayweather and UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor are set to enter the ring on Saturday, August 26, at 6 p.m. PT (9 p.m. ET, 2 a.m. Sunday UK) in Las Vegas for what’s expected to be the most watched fight… ever.

How much is it Mayweather vs McGregor?

The fight is only available in the US to those who pay the nearly $100 pay-per-view fee. But there are a bunch of ways to do that.

How do I bet on it?

If you feel confident enough to place a bet on Mayweather vs McGregor Live Fight Saturday night’s fight, check out our guide to betting and what the odds mean.

Fox Sports will stream the weigh-in on Friday, Aug. 25, at 4 p.m. PT (7 p.m. ET, midnight UK), as well as an hour-long show prior to the fights starting on Saturday night. Mayweather vs McGregor Live Online The first two hours of early boxing bouts will also be streamed by Fox Sports. All of which is free.

To watch the Fox live stream, you’ll need to install the Fox Sports Go app on an Android or iOS device, or on an Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Xbox One and Roku. Additionally, will stream the prefight festivities.

How to stream the main event with pay-per-view

You Mayweather vs McGregor Fight Live don’t have to have cable to stream the fight. Two options — CBS and UFC — will let you stream the fight on any device, including your computer, phone, tablet, TV or streaming box.

One option for streaming the fight is to purchase it directly from the UFC. This lets you stream the fight through your computer, phone, Apple TV and many more streaming devices, including the Xbox One, Amazon Fire TV, Android phones or Roku.

Via Sling TV Mayweather vs McGregor Fight Live
Sling TV subscribers can purchase the fight from within the app under the Rentals tab, or by visiting your Sling account page. Sling notes the fight cannot be purchased on an Apple device, but can be viewed on any device after it’s purchased.

Via PlayStation 4
The PlayStation Store will stream the fight directly to your PlayStation 4. You can purchase the fight on your console through the store, or by visiting this page.

Via Showtime PPV
Breaking from the traditional means of purchasing directly from a cable or satellite provider, CBS will also make the fight available to stream on the Showtime PPV website as well as its iOS and Apple TV apps. (Disclaimer: CBS is CNET’s parent company.)

For those who want to stream the fight on a computer, you can visit and purchase access for $99.95. Keep in mind, if you purchase through the website you will only have access to the fight on a computer — and not on your mobile device or Apple TV, unless you use AirPlay or another mirroring option.

Showtime PPV is also available through the Apple TV, iPhone and iPad. Just be sure to purchase the fight on the device you plan to watch it on.

As an added bonus for those who pay to stream the fight, you will also have access to a free trial of Showtime and CBS All Access.

How to stream the fight in the UK

Viewers in Great Britain also have a streaming option: The fight will cost £19.95 through Sky Sports.

Update, Aug. 25: This post has been updated with additional ways to stream the fight.

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Why it’s all on McGregor to prove Mayweather bout is a fight, not a farce

Finally, after the hype and the wait and the head games and the buzz, we’ll soon find out the truth: whether we’re in for a sports spectacle … or we’re just suckers.

That’s at stake Saturday night as much as any notion of the future of boxing, the merits or amateurism of Conor McGregor the boxer, the legacy of Floyd Mayweather Jr., any of it.

In sports we have always sought a careful combination of the buzz and beauty of real drama, and the idea that those dramas have real meaning. That competitors, if not equal, at least belong in the same arena. That the magic we hope for in sports’ biggest events capture us because anything really can — and sometimes does — happen.

Miracles on Ice can come true. The Chicago Cubs don’t have to spend baseball eternity cursed by a goat. No Super Bowl lead is truly safe. No 3-1 NBA Finals deficit is truly the end. No underdog stepping onto a field or court or diamond does so without a chance at greatness.
Sports are not the Kardashians, not WWE, not a facsimile of competition. They are a place where the best and worst parts of our actual lives play out, up to and including the uncertainty of how things will go.
That’s why I would happily pony up $100 for Mayweather-McGregor.
It’s why I, and many of my media colleagues, are in Las Veags to see what unfolds in the ring at T-Mobile Arena on Saturday between a UFC star and a boxing legend. It’s why you will be watching live across the world at 9 p.m. ET on Showtime PPV.
We want the idea that McGregor has no chance — that this is a circus, a farce, a Mayweather rubber stamp to 50-0 that gilds all the actors in money while fleecing all the true believers who thought this was a real competition — to vanish.
Soon, finally, we’ll know if — as a boxer — he’s the Conor McGregor or rather Con Man McGregor.
We do not need a McGregor win for this fight to be worth all the money, energy, drama, ink and time on the airwaves to have been worth it. We just need, like with the Cavs against the Warriors this past NBA Finals, for the underdog — even if he’s soundly bested — to give us those glimpses of what is possible.
You would be hard pressed this week to walk the streets of Las Vegas and find a true believer and combat sport expert who deeply and truly believes McGregor will win this fight. Many think he doesn’t belong in the ring at all, and those who claim otherwise happen to be deeply connected to (or invested in) UFC.
The public loves Conor, boxing con man or otherwise. For roughly every 13 bets that have been made on the fight in recent weeks, 12 have been placed for McGregor. Yet the majority of the money has been bet on his opponent. That means the public — the fans — believe this is a real sports event, while the sharps and the sharks with the deep pockets think it’s a joke.
So here’s what we need for this to be the fight of the year instead of the farce of the year: McGregor has to put up a real, true fight. Not a win — not necessarily.
Go the distance. Make Mayweather bleed. Land punches no one saw coming and force that mesmerized crowed — and all those deep-pockets betters — to hold their breath at least a few times with the uneasy feeling McGregor could do it.
Yes, a McGregor win would be epic. And stunning. But the real victory for him, and for the rest of us, will be if he simply proves he belongs in the ring with one of the great pound-for-pound fighters of all time.
In the end, all we really need from our sports is the thrill they give because the uncertainty and the possibility surrounding them are real.
Give that to us, Conor McGregor, win or lose, and the real con job will be on the doubters who said you didn’t belong in that ring.

ime is running out to make your plans for Conor McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather, who meet in a boxing ring in a hotly-anticipated bout on Saturday night.

It’s a fight which looks  certain to break all pay-per-view records, and after months of build-up Mayweather vs McGregor will get under way in just over one day’s time.

The talking must stop, briefly, on Saturday night as the the out-of-retirement best boxer of his generation Floyd Mayweather faces the UFC’s biggest star, Conor McGregor, in Sin City.

The T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas will be packed to the rafters but millions more will be watching the fight via TV around the world.

After a long period of speculation about whether the fight would ever take place, the last few months have featured high levels of animosity on both sides, as the rivalry heats up ahead of fight night.

Prefight stream


This will either be a boxing bout for the ages or a cross-code money-spinning abomination, depending on your point of view.

Whichever camp you’re in, here’s all you need to know about the fight between the man with a 49-0 boxing record facing and the Irish fighter who has never taken part in a professional boxing fight.Mayweather vs McGregor Live Stream -Watch PPV HD Online Mega Fight In Boxing History