Sky Sports Box Office will show the fight between undefeated former world champion boxer Floyd Mayweather and current UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor this evening.
The event sees the two worlds of professional boxing and UFC colliding at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and will be available to Sky viewers on Sky Sports Box Office for £19.95 in the UK and €24.95 for Republic of Ireland.
Mayweather, who holds a perfect 49-0 fight record and won 12 world titles across five weight divisions, is considered one of the greatest pound for pound fighters boxing has ever seen. He retired in 2015, having successfully defended his WBC, WBA (Super) and The Ring welterweight titles against Andre Berto.
Mixed martial artist Conor McGregor, the reigning UFC lightweight champion and former UFC Featherweight Champion, has never taken part in a professional boxing match, but switches sports at the peak of his powers and will be determined to cause an upset.
Having begun his UFC career in 2012, McGregor has competed at featherweight, lightweight and welterweight, and became the first UFC fighter to hold two titles at two different weights simultaneously.
Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor
12 Rounds Super-Welterweight
Gevonta Davis v Francisco Fonseca
IBF Super-Featherweight Title
Nathan Cleverly v Badou Jack
WBA Light-Heavyweight Title
Andrew Tabiti v Steve Cunningham
12 Rounds Commonwealth Heavyweight Title
Thomas Dulorme v Yordenis Ugas
10 Rounds Welterweight
Kevin Newman v Antonio Hernandez
6/8 Rounds Super Middleweights
The event will start at midnight, Saturday 26th August on Sky Sports Box Office (Channel 491) and Sky Sports Box Office HD (Channel 492), until 7am, Sunday 27th August.
The event is priced at £19.95 / €24.95 (ROI) across all “self-service” bookings (remote control / online) and £26.95 / €29.95 (ROI) if booked via the phone (either IVR or agent) but note an additional £2 booking fee if via an agent still applies.
The event price will revert back to £19.95 / €24.95 (ROI) from 7.00am, Sunday 27th August.
Two repeat showings (full duration) will be shown at 10.00am and 5.00pm on Sunday 27th August.
Customers can order by pressing ‘Box Office’ on the Sky remote; by calling 03442 410888 (0818 220 225 from ROI); or by visiting my.sky.com/orderboxoffice
The event will also be made available for non-Sky viewers via PC/Desktop/MAC, NOW TV box, iPhone, iPad, Android phone or tablet.
Viewers should create an account and pay at www.skysports.com/boxofficelive
Once paid, viewers can then select which viewing online/device then want to watch the fight on using the same login details created at sign up (i.e e-mail address and password). Note: The event can only be viewed on one platform at any one time and can’t run the stream concurrently across multiple devices.
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