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 story’s near-official lore of UFC: The company’s President Dana White went to Dublin and kept hearing a name, over and over: Conor McGregor. Back home in Las Vegas, the earworm stuck with Dana, so he called up the young Irish southpaw Irish, flew him out to Nevada, and — in a now-famous Ferrari ride — was so struck by his bravado and star-potential, he signed Conor without ever seeing him fight.
The 29-year-old with an entire country behind him for each fight has deep Irish roots. You can find the story in most articles: born in the suburbs of Dublin, McGregor played soccer (or football, if you’re into that kind of thing) and rooted for his favorite team (Man U, if you’re into that kind of thing). Conveniently for combat sport fans, Conor’s youth soccer club was right beside a boxing gym. The McGregors moved to a new town when Conor was 15, and the loneliness and teen-angst-iness led to more solo time, which he invested in kickboxing and jiu-jitsu. Training was going well, and so in 2006, McGregor left his plumbing apprenticeship to focus on fighting full time.
After two pre-UFC losses by submission, Conor “The Notorious” McGregor went on a 15 fight winning streak before 2016’s loss to Nate Diaz at UFC 196. The fight was noteworthy on several levels. Conor was originally scheduled to take on Rafael dos Anjos for the UFC Lightweight Championship title; dos Anjos dropped out with an injury less than two weeks before the match. A last minute replacement was found in Nate Diaz, and the fight was set for the welterweight division, a new weight class for Conor. He lost by submission in the second round. In a quick rematch several months later, McGregor came back to beat Diaz in a bout won by close decision. Diaz vs. McGregor 2 also marks the first — and only — time in Conor’s career that he fought a full five rounds. A look at his fight results gets you an eyeful of KOs and TKOs. He currently holds a 21-3 record with 18 knockouts.
McGregor die-hards are holding out hope that their guy’s left hand finds its target, but what can we realistically expect come August 26? For starters, his entourage might look familiar to UFC fans. Early reports show Conor’s bringing his core MMA team into the squared circle. Head coach John Kavanagh, sparring partner and UFC fighter Artem Lobov and striking coach Owen Roddy are all likely to join him in Las Vegas. Not far from the blue corner, expect to see McGregor’s longtime girlfriend Dee Devlin, too.
Most athletes practice some form of visualization, but as with most things, Conor McGregor takes positive thinking to the extreme. He read Rhonda Byrne’s 2006 book The Secret and says he’s been manifesting his own success ever since. The book explains how to harness the power of the law of attraction: if you picture yourself becoming a world champion UFC fighter, you’ll become a world champion UFC fighter, for example. Check out any of McGregor’s fight pressers and it’s not hard to imagine him literally talking himself into winning.