- As has been the case with many big fights in recent years, the August 26 Showtime pay-per-view fight into Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor will have a inexpensive option, airing live in movie theaters almost the United States.This means you do have an out if you want to see the fight for less than $100 on your cable or satellite bill.
- That said, can you conceive the absolute state of the audience in a movie stage for this fight? The sheer absurdity of it all? Mayweather megafans. McGregor megafans. All packed in a theater. Maybe that sounds good to you. To me, it sounds like a boa fife nightmare. But to each their own. I can see the appeal of the idea. And I can for sure see the appeal of observing this ridiculous event on a big screen for a drastically reduced price compared to pay-per-view.Any of you think you might brave the theater for this one?
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