LONDON (July 14, 2017) – Four days of a hostile worldwide world visit went to a fitting close on Friday when worldwide whizzes Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor went head to head for the last time on their three-nation outing at London's Wembley Arena.
Following 98 hours, more than 14,000 totaled miles voyaged, four sold-out settings, and more than 50,000 boisterous fans in participation, the Mayweather versus McGregor World Tour has finished up.
What takes after next before the boxing legend and UFC hotshot meet Saturday, Aug. 26 on SHOWTIME PPV life from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas? Forty-three days of difficult readiness, hypothesis and intellectual investigation as the world's best battle contenders proceed with their crash course toward an occasion that has turned into a worldwide wonder.
Before a limit swarm at a celebrated around the world scene that has facilitated acts extending from The Beatles to the Olympic Games, Mayweather and McGregor topped off about seven days of extreme gamesmanship that developed with every pressure filled go head to head.
"You're the understudy and I'm the educator," said Mayweather, a once-in-era ability who has dispatched no less than five future Hall of Famers in transit to an unblemished 49-0 proficient record. "On August 26, will take you to class."
McGregor, an unrivaled figure in blended hand to hand fighting who has risen above his game to end up plainly an absolute necessity see fascination, replied, "In a month and a half, will rest this trick. Also, when I rest him, will skip his take off the canvas too."
The World Tour might be finished, yet the show has recently started.
MAYWEATHER versus MCGREGOR
Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor is a 12-round super welterweight matchup setting the unbelievable boxer Mayweather against the untouched MMA extraordinary McGregor in an uncommon occasion that happens Saturday, Aug. 26 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The occasion broadcast is delivered and dispersed by SHOWTIME PPV.