Adam Hill, Heidi Fang and Gilbert Manzano make their final predictions before Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor square off at T-Mobile Arena on Saturday night.
Yordenis Ugas wore a New York Yankees T-shirt during his public workout Wednesday, letting fans and media know where his loyalties lie — with the Bronx Bombers and fellow Cuban Aroldis Chapman.
If those prop bets about Conor McGregor landing one more punch than a dead man even come close to cashing, the last acceptable response from a paying public should be displeasure.
The great unknown might be Conor McGregor’s biggest weapon against Floyd Mayweather when they meet Saturday at T-Mobile Arena.
Floyd Mayweather weighed in at 149.5 pounds and Conor McGregor at 153 on Friday, both under the 154-pound limit for Saturday’s boxing match at T-Mobile Arena.
If you’re an action junkie like me, Nevada is the only place to be this weekend.
For Floyd Mayweather to avoid arguably the biggest upset in sports history, he will need to stick to the same game plan he has used throughout his 21-year career. Put defense first.