Floyd Mayweather posted, “No disrespect to anyone but I did these numbers really in 5 years due to a couple of layoffs and with NO endorsements …”
The boxing legend (Al Bernstein, I mean) is back onstage for some serious crooning action beginning at 9 p.m. at Tuscany’s Piazza lounge. No cover. No problem. It’s going to be a thing.
The Canelo-GGG fight falls into a busy sports weekend in Las Vegas with the NASCAR racing action at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and the Mr. Olympia competition at Las Vegas Convention Center.
Canelo Alvarez is headlining, in a way, at XS Nightclub at Wynn Las Vegas late Saturday night. Canelo will hit that scene(metaphorically) after his bout with Gennady Golovkin at T-Mobile Arena.
Mike Tyson is working on a concert special of his popular, and fascinating, one-man show.
Floyd Mayweather has some expendable cash and has added a mansion to his collection of estates
The Canelo-GGG bout was a clean sellout, 22,358, the largest arena fight ever in Nevada.
Seeking to address the question, “Does the company that owns Bellagio also own Circus Circus?” MGM Resorts is launching its “Welcome To The Show” marketing campaign.
The capacity at T-Mobile Arena for boxing is a little more than 20,000. Canelo Alvarez and Gennady “GGG” Golovkin are gunning for that number Saturday.
Conor McGregor took to the VIP terrace of Encore Beach Club and addressed a sold-out crowd: “It didn’t turn out the way we wanted, but we can still party like it did!”