Will you be staying up to watch Mayweather v McGregor? Here's everything you need to know if you're planning to watch the drama unfold No professional boxer has ever solved the puzzle on how to defeat the unblemished year-old in his 49 career bouts dating back to - so now it all rests on one of the greatest fighters in the Octagon's history to crack it in what will be Mayweather's final showdown before retiring for good.
Whether you're hooked on the hype, fascinated by the clash of styles, thinking of having a bet or one of the many critics branding it all a 'circus' and a 'farce' you're still reading this, right?! What time is the fight and the ring-walks?
If you're watching the whole event, including the undercard, from midnight in the UK then you may need plenty of coffee to keep tiredness at bay as the ring-walks for Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor aren't expected until around BST Sunday August You can also bet your bottom dollar that these two egotistical showmen will have the most extravagant and long drawn out walk-ons imaginable - packed with special guests for sure - as both look to steal the limelight and headlines before the fighting begins.
Don't be surprised if the big fight divas keep you waiting either, although hopefully not as long as the 90 minutes New Yorkers had to hang around for them to appear in the third leg of the MayMac World Press Tour. With all this in mind, the first bell might not sound until closer to BST - but if you're setting you're alarm, go earlier to be on the safe side.
This blockbuster showdown - and undercard - will be screened live on Sky Sports Box Office Channel and Sky Sports Box Office HD Channel in the UK and Republic of Ireland, with coverage starting at midnight and running for seven hours to include all the live action and reaction.
Rest assured, if you're living in the UK or Ireland, you won't be paying the same as those in America! The price reverts back to Fancy a flutter?
Who is favourite and what other odds are available? If you think Mayweather's unbeaten boxing record won't be blemished by a UFC fighter but want bigger odds to bet on, then Sky Bet have over 30 markets and RequestABet specials to get involved with.
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