Sky Sports Box Office to show Mayweather’s Las Vegas battle with McGregor

Sky Sports Box Office will demonstrate the tremendously foreseen battle between undefeated previous best on the planet boxer Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor

The occasion sees the two universes of expert boxing and UFC crashing at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on August 26, and will be accessible to Sky clients on Sky Sports Box Office for £19.95 in the UK and €24.95 for Republic of Ireland. 

Mayweather, who holds an impeccable 49-0 battle record and won 12 world titles crosswise over five weight divisions, is viewed as one of the best pound-for-pound warriors boxing has ever observed. He resigned in 2015, having effectively shielded his WBC, WBA (Super) and The Ring welterweight titles against Andre Berto. 

Blended military craftsman McGregor, the ruling UFC lightweight champion and previous UFC Featherweight Champion, has never partaken in an expert fight, yet switches sports at the pinnacle of his forces and will be resolved to cause a surprise. 

Having started his UFC profession in 2012, McGregor has contended at featherweight, lightweight and welterweight, and turned into the main UFC contender to hold two titles at two unique weights all the while. 

Sky Sports Head of Boxing Adam Smith stated: "This is without a doubt a standout amongst the most expected and interesting challenges we've ever observed on Sky Sports Box Office. 

"Could the magnetic Conor McGregor, so impressive in the octagon, do the change to the ring and make history? What will it mean for Mayweather's heritage – one of the best contenders ever yet leaving retirement and confronting a man at the exceptionally best of his diversion? It's set to be a gigantic night in Las Vegas – one you won't have any desire to miss." 

In front of the battle, Sky Sports watchers will have the capacity to appreciate a scope of help programming crosswise over both TV channels and computerized stages, notwithstanding all the pre-battle develop from in the background. 

The battle is another piece of a colossal year of boxing on Sky Sports Box Office, which has just observed Anthony Joshua delegated the bound together heavyweight champion of the world in the wake of vanquishing Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley Stadium.