Mayweather vs McGregor live Stream on August 26, 2017.Online,Free TV Grab your Mayweather vs McGregor live ppv and Boxing Time, Date, TV, Pay Per View, Live Stream,Floyd Mayweather has never lost a boxing match as a professional, building up a record of 49-0 over the course of his career. Mayweather will face his most unorthodox challenge to date when hesquares off against Conor McGregor in Las Vegas on August 26.
The undefeated boxer is a -600 favorite to win the fight at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com, with McGregor going off at +400 as an underdog. Since opening as a -2250 favorite, Mayweather has seen the action move heavily against him to bring his odds down this low. As the fight gets closer, these lines may adjust some more as big money bets could come in on Mayweather.
The general public heavily favors McGregor in this fight. Despite the fact that McGregor has never boxed professionally, many believe that his toughness as well as his advantages in size, strength, and age will help him overcome any technical shortcomings he may have against Mayweather. The consensus among most in the McGregor supporting camp is that the UFC superstar will need to score a knockout to win this fight.
Betting on McGregor to win by KO, TKO or DQ pays +500, which is a slightly better payout than his outright odds to win the fight. Another option for McGregor backers could be to bet on the exact method of victory with “McGregor by Knockout” specifically going off at +600. Or for bettors that believe McGregor will end this fight in short order, a special prop of “Conor McGregor Inside Four Rounds” is available at +700.
Mayweather hasn’t scored a knockout since Sept. 17, 2011, winning each of his last seven fights by decision. This fact, coupled with McGregor’s toughness, might suggest that backers expect Mayweather to defend his way to a decision win, but many prop bets are actually coming in on a Mayweather knockout.
Former welterweight titleholder Shawn Porter will be fighting at the T-Mobile Arena on August 26, but he won’t be on the Mayweather-McGregor pay-per-view undercard. Instead, Porter will headline a preliminary fights card airing live on FOX, facing Thomas Dulorme.
Porter (27-2-1, 17 KO) is coming off of a stoppage win over Andre Berto on April 22, which followed a 10-month layoff after a competitive decision loss to Keith Thurman. The 29-year-old Ohio native is the mandatory challenger for Thurman’s WBC title, but with Thurman on the shelf after surgery, he wants to stay sharp. There has also been talk of a potential meeting with Danny Garcia this fall.
Dulorme (24-2, 16 KO) was once seen as a serious prospect at 140 pounds, but the Puerto Rican never quite got over the hump, losing at welterweight to Luis Carlos Abregu in 2012, and then at 140 to Terence Crawford in 2015. Now 27, Dulorme still has youth on his side, but there seems to be a ceiling for his talent, and we’ve likely reached it.
Mayweather by KO, TKO or DQ is a -140 favorite as the most likely method of victory in the fight, followed by Mayweather by Decision at +200.
Linesmakers seem to be pegging this fight to go about eight rounds. The OVER 7.5 rounds is a slight favorite at -135 over the UNDER 7.5 rounds at -105. But when the line is set at 8.5, the UNDER is a -135 favorite and the OVER 8.5 is the underdog at -105.