2017 August 26, the trash-talking duo, 28 and 40 respectively, will lock horns with one another in a multi-million dollar boxing match.
Watch Mayweather vs. McGregor, the most talked about fight on the planet, will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Before the two biggest names in combats sports throw down with one another, they will take part in an international press tour to promote their crossover fight.
And the first stop on the tour will take place at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles on Tuesday evening.
Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor meet for the first time in front of media members Tuesday.
The pair, who will square off in a boxing match August 26, are making the first stop of their four day, four city — and three country — press tour. The first location is at historic Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
The press conference will begin at 5 p.m. EDT and can be watched via live stream in the video at the top of the page.
After making the stop at Staples Center, Mayweather and McGregor will travel to Canada to hold a press conference Wednesday in Toronto. After that, they will continue eastward to New York City on Thursday before traveling overseas to hold their last press-tour stop in London on Friday.
Conor McGregor head to Toronto for their second press conference ahead of the blockbuster fight , following last night’s drama in Los Angeles.
The duo go head-to-head in the boxing ring on August 26 in what is already one of the most talked about sporting events in recent history.
And they arrive for the second stage of their international press conference tour on Wednesday night, before heading to New York on Thursday and London’s Wembley Arena Friday.
After the Tuesday press conference in Los Angeles, the scene shifts to Budweiser Stage in Toronto, before heading east to the Barclays Center in New York City on Thursday. The final stop is at Wembley Arena in London, England on Friday.
McGregor’s best work and the mind games of Muhammad Ali so many years ago, via Fight Hub TV.
It’s not necessarily about comparing the two in terms of athletic greatness, social impact or historical relevance, but instead it’s about drawing an analogy between the cerebral way both men have broken down foes mentally before breaking them down physically.
Today, fans got to see the best of that part of McGregor in a way he didn’t display Tuesday.
But the Wednesday Mayweather-McGregor press conference is what everyone is looking for. Looking on information on how to watch the Mayweather-McGregor live stream?
Starting at 5:30 p.m. ET, you can watch the Showtime live stream of the Mayweather-McGregor press conference right here.
McGregor’s boxing ability in an octagon is considered his best skill, it will certainly be put to the test against the world’s best. Obviously, McGregor is the massive underdog in the fight.
As of July 7, Mayweather’s odds to win were at (-600) while McGregor sits as a (+400) underdog, according to Odds Shark.
On Monday, the pay-per-view cost of one of the most unique boxing matches in history was set, and it comes with a hefty price tag.
Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor will hit the stage for their second press conference in Toronto ahead of their August 26th fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
This marks the second stop of the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor world tour, which will see both fighters take to the stage in two more cities after tonight’s event in Toronto, Canada.
Los Angeles at the Staples Center and a protracted wait as Floyd Mayweather Jr. made his way to the press conference, McGregor came to the Budweiser Stage spitting pure fire.
He worked the Canadian crowd into a frenzy by calling out Mayweather in every way imaginable, from his age to his tax problems to his reading ability to his outlandish budget for strippers.
Conor McGregor will take part in the biggest fight of his career.
On August 26, the reigning UFC lightweight champion will take on Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather in a boxing match.
Mayweather vs. McGregor, a fight which finally came to being last month, will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Before the two biggest names in combat sports throw down with one another, they will take part in an international press tour.
The media tour, which kicked off yesterday evening, will make stops in Los Angeles, Toronto, New York and London.
He even doubled-down on a controversial taunt he used Tuesday, drawing accusations of racism from some (though Floyd Mayweather Sr. told TMZ Sports he didn’t think it was racist). He then called out Showtime for allegedly cutting off his microphone Tuesday before turning his attention to soaking up the adulation he was getting from the crowd.
The first stop of the tour took place Tuesday in California at the Staples Center, where the pair both delivered speeches to a packed arena. Both men boldly predicted a finish in the fight as McGregor declared that he would stop Mayweather in the first four rounds of the fight, while Mayweather simply stated that Conor McGregor would either go out on his back or flat on his face.
UFC President Dana White revealed before the press conference that McGregor promised him first that he would KO Mayweather within 4 rounds
McGregor had generous crowd support in Los Angeles, he might consider a run for mayor of Toronto based on the rousing ovations he received at every turn, the smattering of Irish flags and the willingness of 15,000 citizens to shout “f–k the Mayweathers” on his command.
The whole thing was much more in line with what those who know McGregor from his MMA career have come to expect. He’s a gifted orator who generates talking points and delivers them in organic ways that come about as he works himself up with his own silver tongue.