Whether or not you think Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor's ”Money Fight” is the Super Bowl of combat sports, you'll be able to bet on it as if it was.
Monday evening, Las Vegas sportsbook Bovada released its slate of proposition bets for Saturday night's fight spectacle. Inclined bettors are able to place wagers on everything from the particulars of the fighters' walkouts to the over-under how many total tweets United States President Donald Trump will post on fight day (over or under 6.5 tweets).
Mayweather is -175 to McGregor's +125 to have more members in his walkout entourage, while “Money” is -155 to have a longer walkout to the Irishman's +110.
Whether or not rapper Lil Wayne will wear a t-shirt during his walkout with Mayweather is -230 for the affirmative and +160 for the negative. Will pop superstar Justin Bieber walk out with Mayweather, despite reported tensions between the two? It's -500 for “No,” and +300 for “Yes.”
Other props include whether Mayweather's walkout will include McGregor rival Nate Diaz, if there will be a rematch in both the boxing ring or MMA cage in 2018, who will bleed first and whether or not either man will lose their mouthguard.
On the traditional moneyline, Mayweather is now -400 to win the bout outright, while McGregor is a +350 underdog. In November when sportsbooks opened betting on the then-unconfirmed bout, Mayweather opened as a -2250 favorite, but money has poured in on “Mystic Mac,” swinging the odds drastically. According to an ABC News report last week, “roughly 95 percent of the tickets and 85 percent of the money has been bet on McGregor in recent weeks.”