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Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor will weigh-in 24 hours ahead of their super-welterweight fight on Saturday night in Las Vegas (starting around 5am CEST).
The big question, apart from what antics the two fighters will get up to at the weigh-in ceremony, is whether Conor McGregor will make the 154 lb (70 kg) limit. Mayweather has claimed his Irish opponent could be up to 10 pounds too heavy, but that won't stop the fight, with Mayweather happy to invoke the over-weight clause in the contract that will see McGregor have to keep up a slice of the purse for having been unable to shift the weight.
Mayweather wants the money
“I think he’s 164 so he’s still got 10 pounds to go" said Mayweather. "I get that extra money if you can’t make the weight. Get those extra millions ready. UFC get those extra millions ready. You got to get that weight down like a true champion. A true champion is disciplined and very responsible but we’ll see. I don’t think he’s going to make the weight. If he don’t make the weight, we still going to fight but there’s going to be a heavy fine. Give me that money.”
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