Mayweather-McGregor MMA Rematch Odds Open
Following news that he would be applying for an MMA license, gambling odds have come out for an MMA rematch between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor.
Mayweather, who confirmed to TMZ that he would be training with UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley for an MMA debut, claimed that he would be “six to eight months away” from being able to actively compete inside the Octagon.
In the odds, set by online booking agent, Westgate, Mayweather is the overwhelming underdog against McGregor in a hypothetical fight that may take place this fall.
Odds for a potential Mayweather-McGregor MMA fight are now officially out at Westgate.
Fight needs to happen by 9/1/19. Limits are 2K.
— Ben Fawkes (@BFawkesESPN) March 19, 2018
As reported by Ben Fawkes of ESPN, the bets would be locked in if the two are signed for a fight to take place before September 1st, 2019. Which may very well be the case, as Mayweather has set a six to eight month timeline for training, and UFC President Dana White claiming that McGregor would return later in the year, right around the time Mayweather would be “ready”