The upcoming Mayweather vs. McGregor bout is either going to be the biggest and best fight in history or will be an absolute flop. Especially with all the hype that’s associated with the fight. And we still have more than a month before it actually goes down at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, August 26th. On paper, it has the potential to be something great being that it’s the first time an MMA fighter and boxer as popular in each of their respective fields as Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather, have gone to war in the ring. And when you combine that with the loud and obnoxious personalities of these two fighters, it’s a promoters dream.
With that being said, there are countless people speculating who’s going to come out on top using knowledge and experience in the sport. However, thanks to ESPN’s Sports Science we get a break down of the fight from a scientific perspective using physics. You’ll learn more about the fight and how it will likely go down in this short video than you would watching the entire press conference world tour taking place leading up to the fight. Regardless of the outcome, I’m sure a great majority of the people are just hoping it works out to be a good fight because that would mean the potential of future crossover bouts.