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Million-dollar bets on Mayweather win - Punch Newspapers

Million-dollar bets on Mayweather win

An eye-popping $1.2 million bet is among a flurry of big-money wagers on Floyd Mayweather as the welterweight champion prepares to take on mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor, bookmakers reported on Friday.

As Mayweather and McGregor readied to face each other at a weigh-in later Friday, Las Vegas bookmakers were reporting a surge in betting on Saturday’s cross-combat sports showdown at the T-Mobile Arena.

Bookmakers have said the total amount gambled on the bout will make it the most bet-upon fight in Las Vegas history.

William Hill US reported that the flood of bets in the past 24 hours included a punter who strolled into a sports book and handed over $1.2 million in cash on Mayweather, a 1/5 favourite. If Mayweather wins, the bet will earn around $240,000.

“It’s going to be the biggest fight handle ever. Period,” William Hill US director of trading Nick Bogdanovich said. “Whether it’s boxing, gladiators or Game of Thrones.”

William Hill said another gambler had staked $300,000 on the outcome in Mayweather’s favour.

The MGM sportsbook also took a $1 million bet on Mayweather on Thursday, according to ESPN. The bet would net around $182,000 in profits.

Vegas bookmakers say that while the majority of bets on the fight have been placed on McGregor, a 5-1 underdog, most of the total ‘handle’ or betting pool has been placed on Mayweather.

Bogdanovich told AFP that bets on McGregor were outstripping wagers on Mayweather by a ratio of 17 to 1.

Bookmakers face multi-million-dollar losses if McGregor stuns the boxing world and upsets Mayweather on Saturday.

William Hill said the biggest bet it had received on McGregor so far came on July 24, when a bettor staked $150,000 on the Irishman, setting up a potential $662,500 windfall if Mayweather loses.

Most experts say McGregor, who has never fought in a professional boxing contest, has next to no chance against Mayweather, the 40-year-old former welterweight star who retired in 2015 with a 49-0 record.

Mike Tyson’s former trainer Teddy Atlas was one of the latest voices to write off McGregor’s chances of springing a surprise.

“It’s going to be like walking through a really bad neighbourhood late at night,” Atlas said of McGregor. “He’s going to get mugged.”

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Million-dollar bets on Mayweather win - France

Million-dollar bets on Mayweather win

An eye-popping $1.2 million bet is among a flurry of big-money wagers on Floyd Mayweather as the welterweight champion prepares to take on mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor, bookmakers reported on Friday.

As Mayweather and McGregor readied to face each other at a weigh-in later Friday, Las Vegas bookmakers were reporting a surge in betting on Saturday's cross-combat sports showdown at the T-Mobile Arena.

Bookmakers have said the total amount gambled on the bout will make it the most bet-upon fight in Las Vegas history.

William Hill US reported that the flood of bets in the past 24 hours included a punter who strolled into a sports book and handed over $1.2 million in cash on Mayweather, a 1/5 favourite. If Mayweather wins, the bet will earn around $240,000.

"It's going to be the biggest fight handle ever. Period," William Hill US director of trading Nick Bogdanovich said. "Whether it's boxing, gladiators or Game of Thrones."

William Hill said another gambler had staked $300,000 on the outcome in Mayweather's favour.

The MGM sportsbook also took a $1 million bet on Mayweather on Thursday, according to ESPN. The bet would net around $182,000 in profits.

Vegas bookmakers say that while the majority of bets on the fight have been placed on McGregor, a 5-1 underdog, most of the total 'handle' or betting pool has been placed on Mayweather.

Bogdanovich told AFP that bets on McGregor were outstripping wagers on Mayweather by a ratio of 17 to 1.

Bookmakers face multi-million-dollar losses if McGregor stuns the boxing world and upsets Mayweather on Saturday.

William Hill said the biggest bet it had received on McGregor so far came on July 24, when a bettor staked $150,000 on the Irishman, setting up a potential $662,500 windfall if Mayweather loses.

Most experts say McGregor, who has never fought in a professional boxing contest, has next to no chance against Mayweather, the 40-year-old former welterweight star who retired in 2015 with a 49-0 record.

Mike Tyson's former trainer Teddy Atlas was one of the latest voices to write off McGregor's chances of springing a surprise.

"It's going to be like walking through a really bad neighbourhood late at night," Atlas said of McGregor. "He's going to get mugged."

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Webbie Calls Out 50 Cent For Million Dollar Boxing Bet On New Track, HipHopDX

Webbie Calls Out 50 Cent For Million Dollar Boxing Bet On New Track

After Webbie called out 50 Cent for owing him a million dollars in July following a boxing bet the previous month, the Baton Rouge native has apparently threatened the G-Unit founder in a newly leaked song according to TMZ.

In June, Webbie and 50 Cent allegedly agreed to a million dollar wager on the Yuriorkis Gamboa vs. Terrence Crawford lightweight world title bout. The fight, which was held in Crawford’s hometown of Omaha, Nebraska, ended with the then 26-year old beating the former Cuban Olympic Gold medalist.

Webbie, a close friend of Crawford, claims he bet 50 Cent, who helps promotes Gamboa’s career, ahead of the match.

“I told you bitch, 50 / You owe me a million, don’t make me come get it / I’m telling you I’m serious,” Webbie seems to rap on the unreleased track leaked by TMZ.

Listen to the snippet below and watch the initial call-out from Webbie from back in July.

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Million-dollar bets on Mayweather win

Million-dollar bets on Mayweather win

An eye-popping $1.2 million bet is among a flurry of big-money wagers on Floyd Mayweather as the welterweight champion prepares to take on mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor, bookmakers reported on Friday.

As Mayweather and McGregor readied to face each other at a weigh-in later Friday, Las Vegas bookmakers were reporting a surge in betting on Saturday’s cross-combat sports showdown at the T-Mobile Arena.

Bookmakers have said the total amount gambled on the bout will make it the most bet-upon fight in Las Vegas history.

William Hill US reported that the flood of bets in the past 24 hours included a punter who strolled into a sports book and handed over $1.2 million in cash on Mayweather, a 1/5 favourite. If Mayweather wins, the bet will earn around $240,000.

“It’s going to be the biggest fight handle ever. Period,” William Hill US director of trading Nick Bogdanovich said. “Whether it’s boxing, gladiators or Game of Thrones.”

William Hill said another gambler had staked $300,000 on the outcome in Mayweather’s favour.

The MGM sportsbook also took a $1 million bet on Mayweather on Thursday, according to ESPN. The bet would net around $182,000 in profits.

Vegas bookmakers say that while the majority of bets on the fight have been placed on McGregor, a 5-1 underdog, most of the total ‘handle’ or betting pool has been placed on Mayweather.

Bogdanovich told AFP that bets on McGregor were outstripping wagers on Mayweather by a ratio of 17 to 1.

Bookmakers face multi-million-dollar losses if McGregor stuns the boxing world and upsets Mayweather on Saturday.

William Hill said the biggest bet it had received on McGregor so far came on July 24, when a bettor staked $150,000 on the Irishman, setting up a potential $662,500 windfall if Mayweather loses.

Most experts say McGregor, who has never fought in a professional boxing contest, has next to no chance against Mayweather, the 40-year-old former welterweight star who retired in 2015 with a 49-0 record.

Mike Tyson’s former trainer Teddy Atlas was one of the latest voices to write off McGregor’s chances of springing a surprise.

“It’s going to be like walking through a really bad neighbourhood late at night,” Atlas said of McGregor. “He’s going to get mugged.”

Conor McGregor Placing Multi-Million Dollar Bet On Himself To Beat Floyd Mayweather - MMA Imports

Conor McGregor Placing Multi-Million Dollar Bet On Himself To Beat Floyd Mayweather

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The UFC’s “Champ Champ” lacks zero confidence in himself against Floyd Mayweather, now that we’re three weeks out from fight night.

So much so, that Conor McGregor is reportedly about to wager close to $1.2 Million Dollars on himself to beat boxing’s P4P king on August 26, in Las Vegas.

The European media is reporting details of a $1 Million Euro bet about to go down.

Here’s their report:

The Irish Sun can reveal Mystic Mac, 29, is even sure when the fight will end.

A source close to the two-weight UFC champ told the Irish Sun: “Conor is as confident as ever ahead of this fight and he’s prepared to put his money where his mouth is.

“The message to his friends and family has been simple from Conor, he’s telling them to get rich off his back.

“He has told a lot of people to back him if they want to earn some easy money.

“They will have been reassured by the fact that he says he’s putting €1million on himself to win, that’s how confident he is.

“We know how accurate Conor’s predictions have been in the past and that’s why people close to him will find his tip hard to ignore.”

Floyd, 40, yesterday agreed to wear lighter than usual 8oz gloves.

But the Nevada State Commission quickly KO’d the idea, telling the pair they must compete in 10oz.

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