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Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor 2 Odds: What Are the Odds for the Rumored Mayweather-McGregor Rematch?

The summer of 2017 was one to remember, Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs Conor McGregor. Rumors are starting to pick up of a rematch between the two. Johnny Covers takes a closer look at the odds.
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Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor 2 Odds: What Are the Odds for the Rumored Mayweather-McGregor Rematch?

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Where: Las Vegas, NV

The summer of 2017 was one to remember, headlined by one of the most sought-after pay-per-view events of all time with over four million buys and $55 million done at the gate. Nearly five years to the day later, rumors are starting to pick up of a rematch, one sure to draw similar numbers with two of the biggest fighters in the history of combat sports making their return to the octagon. 

Would Mayweather Jr. be in-line for the first defeat of his legendary career? Or would it be more of the same for the MMA-trained McGregor who hasn’t been seen inside any ring or octagon in over a year?

Let’s take a closer look. 

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. (50-0-0, 27 KOs)

The last time we saw Mayweather inside of a ring professionally was the 2017 fight vs. McGregor, one in which he looked flustered early but ultimately ended in the 10th round via TKO. Taking that fight at 40 years old, Mayweather is now on the otherside of his 40s as 50 approaches, and despite keeping himself in tremendous shape, is worth noting. 

We have seen him inside of a ring for amateur fights against Logan Paul, Tenshin Naskawa, and Don Moore, but this would certainly be a step up in competition, even if the first fight wasn’t as close as it was made out to be. 

Conor McGregor (0-1, 0 KOs)

Since shattering his leg vs. Dustin Poirier last summer, McGregor has yet to step back inside of an octagon, though he’s said to be getting close and angling for a UFC fight before the year is over. If UFC head-man Dana White has anything to say about it, that’s the only fight he’ll be setting this year as his stance has been firmly against a rematch vs. Mayweather. 

Since that first bout vs. Mayweather in 2017. McGregor hasn’t had much success in any ring, going 1-3 in his time since with consecutive losses to Dustin Poirier in 2021. All things considered, a boxing match against an aging Mayweather Jr. may serve as a more realistic win than stepping back to face a top 10 fighter under the UFC banner. 

Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs Conor McGregor Odds

While odds won’t open with United States sportsbooks until the ink dries on the contract, they have opened up elsewhere with Mayweather listed as a -1000 favorite, and McGregor +600. In their first bout, Mayweather opened in the neighborhood of -2250, while McGregor came in at around +900. 

By the time things closed on fight night, McGregor had come down to a +400 dog, while Mayweather shrunk all the way to -600.

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Johnny has been covering the sports betting markets and handicapping games for the better part of the past decade. Along the way, he has written for publications such as All-In Magazine, Blitz Predict, FantasyPros, Betting Pros, Sportsbook Review, and most recently, OddsChecker. In addition to giving out picks on Twitter, Johnny is the host of the podcast The Daily Sports Bet -- a 10 minute or less listen with actionable insights and no fluff or BS. Starting the podcast in June, he closed out 2021 up 26 units with a winning percentage of 55%.


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