The Ultimate Mayweather vs McGregor Betting Offers: Get the Best Free Bets, Odds & More
Whether you’re for it or against, there has never been a fight quite like this one.
Despite the greatest boxer of his generation taking on a man who will be getting into the ring for his first professional boxing bout, the fight has captured the world like no other.
It’s going to be bigger than Mayweather’s fight with Manny Pacquiao and will absolutely obliterate it in terms of money.
But none of that matters. Conor McGregor wants to take Floyd Mayweather’s unbeaten record and when he steps into the ring in just a few weeks on August 26, all the fighting talk ends and we’ll see once and for all if the Irish UFC star can upset one of the greatest sportsman of all time.
Mayweather vs McGregor Free Bet Offers
As one of the most hyped and eagerly anticipated fights in years, Mayweather v McGregor free bets are sure to be plentiful.
As the fight draws closer it’s well worth keeping your eye on, particularly for those bookmakers offering cut price odds on Floyd Mayweather who is far and away the favourite for the bout.
Coral are offering £30 in free bets when you place £1 on the fight, while Ladbrokes are giving up to a £50 free bet on proceedings.
Jebull is offering for the big fight an amazing exclusive offer of 100% sports bonus up to £100:
Paddy Power is offering a VIPP Club prize draw to win the trip of a lifetime to Mayweather v McGregor Vegas:
Of course, you could always use any bookmaker’s Welcome Bonuses when opening a new account too, especially should you want to take advantage of any early Mayweather v McGregor odds.
Opening new accounts and making the most of welcome offers may be a good way to make the most of the odds, particularly with bookmakers heavily favouring the Pretty Boy.
Mayweather vs McGregor Enhanced Odds
- Betfair offer 20/1 on Floyd Mayweather to win the fight with 40/1 available for a Conor McGregor victory
- Paddy Power offer 40/1 on McGregor to win the fight
Similar such offers from other bookmakers will become available over the coming weeks, particularly as we enter August and the final few weeks up to the big fight on the 26th.
Mayweather McGregor UK Betting Odds
Mayweather will go into the fight as a strong favourite with a best price of 1/6 with with Paddy Power, Betway, Boylesports and a few others.
However, McGregor has earned himself a few more backers following the press tour. and the vast amount of intense training he’s been doing. He certainly did a lot of talking and the British and Irish market are lapping up odds of 47/12 with most UK bookmakers.
With the news he’s continuing to be put through the paces at a state-of-the-art training camp, his odds could continue to tumble, so if you want to make the most of the McGregor to beat Mayweather odds, it’s worth backing him now.
Mayweather is playing his usual games in the media, most recently causing confusion with the gloves he’d be wearing. The talk is becoming cheaper and cheaper and the purists are now desperate to get them into the ring.
A draw can be backed as high as 33/1 with Paddy Power and 50/1 with Boyle Sports.
Floyd Mayweather Jr vs Conor McGregor – Method of Victory Betting Odds
|Mayweather by KO, TKO or Disqualification||4/6||4/6||3/5||4/6||8/13||4/6||8/13||4/6|
|Mayweather by Decision or Technical Decision||2||12/5||2||15/8||2||7/4||15/8|
|McGregor by KO, TKO or Disqualification||5||5||6||11/2||11/2||5||5||5|
|McGregor by Decision or Technical Decision||25||25||28||28||40||25||33||33|
|Draw or Technical Draw||40||50||33||50||33||50|
Mayweather Vs McGregor Stats
For any boxing fan, Mayweather’s stats speak for themselves. He’s beaten every man there is to beat in his weight division including high profile victories over Manny Pacquiao, Ricky Hatton, Oscar De La Hoya and Jose Luis Castillo.
His record stands at 49-0 and despite being known as a defensive fighter, he’s delivered 26 of those by knockout.
Conor McGregor has a slightly more blemished record at 24-21-3. What’s perhaps most telling is that 18 of those 21 wins came by way of knockout, most notably knocking out the great Jose Aldo with a punch inside 13 seconds back in 2015.
He has lost in the last year and a half however, and that may play on his mind when he steps into the ring against a truly great and incredibly intelligent fighter.
Mayweather Vs McGregor Betting Markets
If the Mayweather v McGregor odds don’t appeal in terms of winning the fight outright, there are a host of other great bets on offer.
For example, both fighters to be knocked down is available at 6/1 (7.00) with BoyleSports, and could be worth a bet. McGregor is expected to be fast and furious in order to try and shock Mayweather. It’s a tough ask, but should he stun him, there’s a slight chance Mayweather could hit the canvas. Ricky Hatton almost managed it a few years back, and the Pretty Boy has been out of the game a while. Mayweather to be knocked down and go on to win is on offer at 15/2 with BoyleSports
If you think the fight will go the distance, then you can get 9/5 (2.80) with Betfair. On the other hand, William Hill offer 4/1 (5.00) on the fight ending within the first three rounds.
Should McGregor win, you would think it will probably have to be by KO or TKO, which can be backed at a widely available 6/1 (7.00) (a price that also includes the possibility of a Floyd Mayweather disqualification).
Mayweather vs McGregor Predictions
Unsurprisingly, the Mayweather v McGregor winner betting odds heavily favour the American as things stand, but he’s come out of retirement for this fight and age is on the Irishman’s side and his odds have already started to shorten.
Any Mayweather v McGregor betting tips will need to factor in both Mayweather’s age and lack of recent fight experience and whether McGregor can adapt sufficiently from MMA to boxing.
Under the circumstances, one would suspect the initial rounds might see both fighters a little wary of their opponent.
That suits Mayweather to the ground as he likes to keep his fighters at a distance and stifle their attack while wearing down with the jab.
One thing we don’t expect from McGregor is a disqualification from a head kick, although BoyleSports are offering it at 14/1 should you be as daft as he would be to do that.
The Irishman’s gameplan will probably entail trying to keep his distance and get Mayweather in clinches where necessary, before slowly getting in range to land blows on what he hopes will be a tiring opponent.
As things stand, these Mayweather v McGregor bets look worth an interest: