Mayweather-McGregor Press Conference: How to Watch Los Angeles Event Online


Conor McGrego and Floyd Mayweather are set to have their first press conference ahead of their August 26 boxing match.

The biggest fight ever is about to go on one of the biggest press tours ever.

Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor, who are set to step into the boxing ring August 26, have their first stop on their four day, four city and three country press tour Tuesday. The two will face off in front of media members for the first time at a press conference at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Coverage of the event starts at 4 p.m. EDT from the historic arena and will be available on a number of streaming options, including mobile.

While it was reported Monday that the the pay-per-view will cost $99.95 to watch in high definition and $89.95 for standard definition on Showtime Sports, the press conferences this week are free of cost to everyone.

The L.A. stop is just the first. On Wednesday, Mayweather and McGregor will make a stop in Toronto and have another scheduled for New York City on Thursday. On Friday, the pair travel overseas to hold a press conference in London.

Here are your options to make sure that you can catch all the things that will be said as the first chapter begins.

Online Streaming Options

Showtime Sports will be streaming the event on all of its social platforms starting with a live broadcast on its YouTube channel. You can watch that stream by clicking here.

Of course, Showtime’s YouTube account isn’t the only place you can catch the live stream. Once it begins, Showtime will also live stream the event on its Facebook page. Click here to go to that page and watch it on the social network.

Then there’s Twitter, where the broadcast will also be streamed on its account.

UFC is getting in on the action as well, and the press conference will be available to watch via a live stream on and also for those with UFC Fight Pass.

If that’s not enough, CBS will be simulcasting the coverage on its platforms. That includes on and the CBS Sports mobile application with an additional stream being available on its Facebook page.

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