Mayweather as a huge -700 favorite over the bombastic Irishman, but McGregor action coming in early after this matchup was officially announced. Let’s look at the Props odds as well as the current fighters odds and Totals range from sportsbooks Offshore and Online.
The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has released odds for a number of Props for the WBA Super Welterweight bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor from the new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas (Paradise) on Saturday, Aug. 26 (11:05 p.m. ET, PPV) with the undefeated, five-division world champion Mayweather (49-0, 26 KOs in Boxing) currently ranging from a -435 to -700 favorite at Offshore sportsbooks after opening at -1,000 and seeing much money pour in early on the 29-year-old mixed martial artist and current UFC Lightweight champion McGregor (21-3, 16 KOs in MMA). Looking in-depth at the current prices to win the 12-round bout, we currently (Aug. 10) find the Sin City resident Mayweather as low as -435 and as high as -700 at the Offshores with the Total in the 8½ to 9½ range with outlier Sports Interaction offering up a unique 2½ (Over -1370, Under +548) Total for those who may think the fight ends quickly and has more of an MMA “pace” than a Boxing one.
Here are all of the conventional Props from the SuperBook which had Mayweather as -700 favorite (McGregor +500) with their Rounds Total set at 9½u -175. We’ll take a look at the exotic Props here next week. Mayweather is expected to make over $100 million from the fight with McGregor getting more than $75 million.
Method of Victory
Conor McGregor by KO 5/1
Conor McGregor by Decision 25/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. by KO 2/3
Floyd Mayweather Jr. by Decision 9/5
Draw 50/1Pick The Round Winner (TKO, KO or Disqualification)
Conor McGregor wins Round 1 25/1
Conor McGregor wins Round 2 25/1
Conor McGregor wins Round 3 25/1
Conor McGregor wins Round 4 25/1
Conor McGregor wins Round 5 30/1
Conor McGregor wins Round 6 30/1
Conor McGregor wins Round 7 50/1
Conor McGregor wins Round 8 50/1
Conor McGregor wins Round 9 80/1
Conor McGregor wins Round 10 80/1
Conor McGregor wins Round 11 80/1
Conor McGregor wins Round 12 80/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 1 12/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 2 12/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 3 12/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 4 12/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 5 12/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 6 10/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 7 12/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 8 12/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 9 12/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 10 15/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 11 25/1
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins Round 12 25/1
Note: If scheduled number of Rounds changed, all bets in “Pick the Round” market are void.
In Which Round Will McGregor vs. Mayweather Jr. End?
Round 1 10/1
Round 2 10/1
Round 3 10/1
Round 4 10/1
Round 5 9/1
Round 6 8/1
Round 7 8/1
Round 8 10/1
Round 9 10/1
Round 10 12/1
Round 11 15/1
Round 12 20/1
Goes The Distance 12/5
Note: If one or both fighters fail to answer the bell for a round, the fight is judged to have finished in the previous round.
Total Completed Rounds
½ Over -3000, Under +1200
1½ Over -1400, Under +800
2½ Over -650, Under +450
3½ Over -400, Under +300
4½ Over -260, Under +1200
5½ Over -190, Under +160
6½ Over -140, Under +120
7½ Over -110, Under +110
8½ Over +120, Under -140
10½ Over +190, Under -240
11½ Over +230, Under +180McGregor vs. Mayweather Props
Will the McGregor-Mayweather Jr. Fight Go the Distance?
Yes +240, No -300Will Floyd Mayweather Jr. Win By Disqualification?
Yes +600, No -900
Will Conor McGregor Get Knocked Down?
Yes -240, No +190
Will Floyd Mayweather Jr. Get Knocked Down?
Yes +435, No -600
Will McGregor or Mayweather Get Knocked Down?
Yes -280, No +230
Will Both McGregor or Mayweather Get Knocked Down?
Yes +600, No -900Total Knockdowns By Both Fighters: ½
Over -360, Under +280
Total Knockdowns By Both Fighters: 1½
Over +145, Under -170Total Knockdowns By Both Fighters: 2½
Over +425, Under -600
Will McGregor Win in Rounds 1-4?
Yes +800, No -1400
Will McGregor Win in Rounds 5-8?
Yes +1100, No -2500
Will McGregor Win in Rounds 9-12?
Yes +1800, No -8000
Will Mayweather Win in Rounds 1-4?
Yes +350, No -450
Will Mayweather Win in Rounds 5-8?
Yes +240, No -300
Will Mayweather Win in Rounds 9-12?
Yes +350, No -450
Will McGregor Win in Rounds 1-6?
Yes +650, No -1000
Will McGregor Win in Rounds 7-12?
Yes +1100, No -2500
Will Mayweather Win in Rounds 1-6?
Yes +180, No -220
Will Mayweather Win in Rounds 7-12?
Yes +190, No -240
Whomever Ends Up Refereeing This Superfight in Las Vegas One of Betting Realities
This one is like handicapping a tornado. Who knows what will happen and where this one ends up swerving. An elite Boxer against an elite MMA champion under Boxing rules with the monster payday probably being the biggest driver of this match with Money Mayweather’s “0” in his Record and both fighter’s egos coming in a close second and third. And and whomever ends up being the Referee for this so-called “The Money Fight” and how closely he calls it may be the biggest element many bettors fail to think about, preferring first to simply bet on the guy he or she wants to. And judging by the big amounts of money coming in on Dublin native McGregor, driving a (Mayweather minus) 1000 line down to its current levels, emotion has probably been more of a factor than the underdog plus prices and it seems no matter how much money will be bet on Grand Rapids, Michigan native Mayweather from now until the time of the fight, that sportsbooks will be pulling for the Boxer.
So who ends up refereeing this bout and how he does so is such a big thing that McGregor’s camp has reportedly requested an international judge with Nevada State Athletic Commission’s Bob Bennett saying he’d bring up the matter at the next meeting, telling Sky News, “We will see if we think that’s fair, and we will take that into consideration. We try to be flexible and adaptable. We’re customer-service orientated.” And McGregor’s camp has already let it be known that they will object if Kenny Bayless gets the call. We’ll see soon enough.
With the Defense-oriented Mayweather who has only been knocked down once in his lengthy career—against Carlos Hernández in 2001—can “The Notorious” martial arts guy—and southpaw—from Europe be the first to do so? History says no but Logic says of course, because it’s a fight and a weird spot for the 40-year-old Mayweather who will be fighting up in weight (154 pounds) after competing at 147 pounds for most of his career and facing a man an inch taller than him (5’8” to 5’9”). This seems one of those sporting events (circuses) best watched and absorbed as opposed on one on which to one to try to make money betting, with so many variables, styles and controversy surely to be involved.Free Props Pick: Will McGregor Win in Rounds 5-8? Yes 11/1