Showtime: Mayweather v McGregor Fight NOT the Richest in Boxing History

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According to a new report from Brian Campbell of CBS Sports, Showtime Sports confirmed that there were 4.3 million pay-per-views for the fight.

Dana White flat out denied the possibility of a fight between McGregor and Pacquiao, going as far as to threaten to sue the highly decorated former champion and "whoever is representing him".

Mayweather and McGregor's PPV total was nearly double the third biggest fight of all time, which again featured the 40-year-old American.

Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor's much-hyped Las Vegas boxing match generated more than £450m.

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Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor's Money Fight in August has been declared as the second richest boxing match in history, with the release of final figures on Friday.

Showtime said in a statement that global revenues, including ticket sales, sponsorship and worldwide distribution, Mayweather and McGregor had exceeded $US600 million. It is OK with both of us.

Since there's also been a lot of talk about McGregor doing some work with the pr-wrestling company? I'll sit back. We'll see how he gets on with this round of money. Originally, he was saying an MMA bout next. The promotion had hoped it could bring McGregor back as early as UFC 219 on December 30 in Las Vegas, but that focus shifted last month to a 2018 return.

Conor McGregor has not yet revealed a date or opponent for his next professional fight, but he has indicated it will take place in the UFC. "Style over to my side and earn our respect now".

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