How much does Conor McGregor's fight cost?

How much does Conor McGregor's fight cost?

How much of the bout will be shown on PPV? For current ESPN+ subscribers in the United States, the PPV fee for UFC 264 is $69.99. New users may bundle a yearlong ESPN+ membership with the fight for $89.98. The main event is McGregor's third encounter with Poirier, who split their previous two fights. They met previously at 155 pounds and at welterweight. Who are some good fighters from Ireland? Ireland has produced many great fighters over the years, including Michael McGuirl, Harry "The Rock" Roberts, Paul Moore, John L Sullivan, Kevin Barry, Martin Murray and Francis Carmona.

McGregor is not only one of the best boxers in the world but also one of the most successful. He has won his last 16 fights and hasn't been defeated since 2010. His record stands at 18-3 and he has won both the AAA and BBBB titles. In 2014, he was named Boxer of the Year by Sports Illustrated. His career earnings exceed $50 million.

Poirier comes from a family of boxers. His father, Jean-Paul, was a contender in France while his brother, Maxime, is also a boxer. He started his professional career in 2015 and has already fought three times for promotions in Japan. His first two bouts ended in defeat but he won his next fight in 2016 against another Japanese fighter. This year, he will try to win his fourth straight fight when he takes on McGregor.

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What is the price of UFC 257?

  1. Existing ESPN + subscribers can purchase the PPV for $69.99.
  2. New ESPN + subscribers can purchase the UFC 257 & ESPN+ Bundle for $89.99.
  3. UFC 257 full fight card, bout order, and start time.
  4. Main Card – 10:00 pm (ET) on ESPN+ PPV.
  5. Prelims – 8:00 pm (ET) on ESPN+

Where can I watch the McGregor fight?

Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier's lightweight trilogy battle is an exclusive pay-per-view (PPV) event, and you can watch UFC 264 live online on ESPN+. To watch UFC 264, current ESPN+ subscribers must sign in and pay an extra $70 PPV price. If you aren't an ESPN+ subscriber, then you can also stream UFC 264 for free on Amazon Channels. Apple users can download the ESPN+ app to stream the fight night.

The main event of UFC 264 is a three-round bout for the interim lightweight championship between Conor McGregor (21-3) and Dustin Poirier (27-4). The card also features a middleweight rematch between former champions Chris Weidman and Vitor Belfort and a bantamweight match up between Amanda Nunes and Valentina Shevchenko.

UFC 264 will be held at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event will broadcast live on ESPN+, starting at 10:00 p.m. ET. The prelims will start about an hour before the main card and will be available on ESPN.

Here are all the channels that will broadcast UFC 264:

United States: ESPN, ESPN+

Canada: Sportsnet 360, Fight Network

Latin America: ESPN Deportes, ESPN+ (in Spanish)

How much does the fight cost on Pay Per View?

For the time being, UFC pay-per-view pricing will stay intact. ESPN upped the price to $69.99 from $64.99 in December, the second increase since the fight promoter teamed with the sports network. The company said at the time that the increase was due to "rising production costs."

The number of buys for a typical pay-per-view event is around 15,000, but this number can go up or down based on several factors such as the quality of the fighters involved and how popular they are. For example, the first Ultimate Fighter event sold about 100,000 tickets but only generated $3 million in revenue because most of those tickets were given away free as prizes. The second season of the show brought in more than $100 million in revenue but only sold about 15,000 tickets to its events.

Here's how much the fight costs on each participant's paycheck:

Champ Jose Aldo makes $150,000 - $75,000 for winning the fight + $75,000 for losing.

Conor McGregor makes $125,000 - $60,000 for winning the fight + $65,000 for losing.

If McGregor wins, he gets an extra $25,000; if he loses, he takes a $40,000 loss.

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