McGregor & Mayweather Toronto Press Conference: How to Watch Online

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Getty Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor stand face to face during the Floyd Mayweather Jr. v Conor McGregor World Press Tour at Staples Center on July 11, 2017

The press conference tour for one of the most anticipated fights in history officially kicked off yesterday, at The Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA.

Round two of Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor’s press conference world tour will be held at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto, Canada. Round one, yesterday in Los Angeles, featured plenty of entertainment, with McGregor poking fun at Mayweather’s recent IRS troubles and Mayweather calling McGregor “Mr. Tapout” (McGregor’s three losses have all come via submission).

Tickets to the press conference are free, but seating is limited. If you can’t make it to the event, there are plenty of options available to watch for free.

How to watch the McGregor and Mayweather press conference:

Showtime Sports will present the official live stream of the press conference on several digital platforms. Coverage begins at 5:30 p.m. ET/2:30 p.m. PT.

To watch the live stream coverage on SHOWTIME Sport’s YouTube page, click here.

The stream will also be broadcast on SHOWTIME Sport’s Facebook page here.

The press conference will also be available from and UFC FIGHT PASS. and the CBS Sports app for mobile and connected TV devices will simulcast all four events live. They will also be doing a live stream on their Facebook page.

The press conference tour will stop at the Barclays Center in Brookly, N.Y. on Thursday and will be at The SSE Arena, Wembley in London on Friday.

McGregor and Mayweather are set to square off Aug. 26 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV. The bout will be a 12-round boxing match with 3-minute rounds. They will fight at 154 lbs. and wear 10 oz. gloves.

Mayweather will enter the fight as a heavy favorite. He is a five-division world champion and has a 49-0 record.

McGregor is the first UFC fighter to hold titles in two different divisions. He has a 21-3 record and will be making his professional boxing debut against Mayweather.

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