40-1 Odds Conor McGregor to Beat Floyd Mayweather?

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Jun/17/2017

Irish bookmaker Paddy Power is promising a payout of 40-1 should Conor McGregor somehow manage to beat Floyd Mayweather this coming August 26 and they should have plenty of takers for their native son.  Those living in North America and many other countries will not be able to partake as Paddy Power does not accept bets from everywhere.  You can still get regular odds along with a ton of specials here  SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

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This is proving to be one of the most highly anticipated lopsided boxing events ever with Mayweather priced around -700 and McGregor +500.

Boxing bettors are still privy to plenty of specials and props with more attractive odds including round totals and methods of victory.

There is even a bet option on the OVER/UNDER 4.9 million viewers.

“We have actually tapped into the audience that doesn’t really follow either sport,” said Stephen Espinoza, the executive vice president of Showtime Sports. “All of a sudden people who have never really been interested in M.M.A. or boxing are interested in this due to the nature of the competition.”

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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