The McGregor vs Mayweather Fight Will Be Cord Cutter Friendly




The biggest fight of the year has to be McGregor vs Mayweather fight that is scheduled to air on PPV August 26th.

Even since the fight was announced I have been asked if cord cutters will be able to watch the event. Well until now the answer was we are not sure but now UFC the company who is organizing the fight has been telling those who contact them that it will.

“Thanks for inquiring about the Mayweather vs McGregor boxing Pay-per-view. We will definitely have streaming options available. Details and confirmation on all platforms for ordering the pay-per-view will be announced later in the month of July. Thank you for your patience.” Said a UFC representative.

We will be watching closely for details on how cord cutters will be able to watch the service but it looks like cord cutters will have access to the fight. Though this likely won’t be a cheap event as the cost of the event is $99.95 for HD or $89.95 for SD video on cable. Please keep an eye on Cord Cutters News for more details on how you can watch the McGregor vs Mayweather fight.

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