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Mayweather vs Mcgregor fight to air on SKY Sports PPV

Coming to SKY Sports Pay Per View on Aug. 27, Sunday, live and in high definition from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas is the year’s most anticipated fight between the contemporary era’s greatest fighters, boxing great Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and UFC (Universal Fighting Championship) superstar Conor McGregor.

Fight fans will surely enjoy this match-up of a living boxing legend and a mixed martial arts (MMA) hotshot because it pits two strong athletes with different fighting backgrounds.  

Mayweather, who stayed on the path of a boxer, goes into the ring with an undefeated professional fight record of 49-0 with 26 knockouts, 15 world titles, and the lineal championship in four different weight classes.

Mcgregor will challenge the boxing legend who ESPN has labeled as the top pound for pound fighter of the last 25 years with his own credentials of an MMA fight record standing at 24 bouts, with 21 wins—18 of which via knockout—and only three defeats.

The reigning UFC Lightweight Champion, and former UFC Featherweight Champion has competed as a featherweight, lightweight, and welterweight in the entire span of his career.

The fight will be aired at approximately 9 a.m., but fans can catch the replay at 7 p.m..

This special is available to subscribers of ONE SKY, SKYcable, Destiny Cable, SKYdirect, and SKYbroadband via SKY On Demand for P950.

Existing subscribers can catch the fight by calling 4180000 or their local SKY office, texting BOXINGPPV to 23662 or by visiting www.mysky.com.ph/boxingppv. 

SKYdirect postpaid subscribers can text SKY to 23668; SKYdirect prepaid users can also subscribe through mysky.com.ph/boxingppv

Topics: Conor McGregor , Floyd Mayweather , SKY Sports Pay Per View
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