The Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight also might have eclipsed the $100 million mark, according to Westgate sports book director Jay Kornegay.
“It was the biggest boxing win we’ve ever had at Caesars Palace. We won over seven figures,” Caesars Palace sports book director Frank Kunovic said.
The vast majority of the late betting action has been on Conor McGregor to upset Floyd Mayweather in their boxing match Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena.
If you’re an action junkie like me, Nevada is the only place to be this weekend.
A William Hill bettor placed a $1.2 million wager on Floyd Mayweather on Thursday, and a Bellagio bettor made a $1 million wager on the undefeated boxer.
It’s crunch time for bettors as the clock ticks down to the opening bell of Saturday’s boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor at T-Mobile Arena.
The fantasy that so many thought was a pipe dream is about to become a huge reality — and one of the biggest sporting spectacles of 2017 right here in Las Vegas — when Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor meet Aug. 26.
Using 8-ounce gloves, Conor McGregor predicted he’ll knock out Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the first two rounds of their Aug. 26 boxing match at T-Mobile Arena.
The Maloof brothers — Joe, Gavin and Phil — made what is believed to be the biggest bet on the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight thus far, Gavin Maloof confirmed to the Review-Journal on Sunday.
The bettor, who asked to remain anonymous, placed his bet at the South Point sports book at minus-550 and will win $160,000 if unbeaten boxing champ Floyd Mayweather (49-0) defeats UFC star Conor McGregor in their Aug. 26 boxing match at T-Mobile Arena.