WATCH: McGregor & Mayweather ‘All Access’ Episode 3 (Preview)

Showtime Sports has released the third episode of Mayweather vs. McGregor All Access. The episode is part three of a four-part series that airs Friday’s at 10 p.m ET on Showtime. Showtime’s All Access “provides viewers with an intimate portrait of some of the most compelling personalities in sports. Far from limited to the fight game, All Access will take you inside the personal lives of the fighters and behind the scenes of the provocative and often edgy world of boxing with unrestricted access.”

Episode 1 primarily consisted of footage of the promotional tour and the war of words involving Floyd Mayweather, Sr. The Mayweather’s were dismissive of McGregor’s skills, while McGregor belittled Mayweather.

Episode two provided a look at the two fighters as they prepare for their Aug. 26 boxing match at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV. The episode begins with Mayweather boasting about how rich he is and shows him sorting a gigantic bag of money. The episode ended with McGregor and the controversial sparring sessions with Paul Malignaggi. The cameras were turned off for the sessions, but Conor McGregor claims Malignaggi “got his ass whooped.”

Tickets for their Aug. 26 boxing match are still available. Ringside seats for the fight are selling for $10,000 and the cheapest tickets are selling for $500. Prices in between the extremes at the 20,000-seat arena will be $1,500, $2,500, $3,500, $5,000 and $7,500.

Leonard Ellerbe, CEO of Mayweather Promotions, recently spoke about a perceived lack of ticket sales for the event. Ellerbe said that the fight was on pace to break boxing’s live gate record from the 2015 Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao superfight($72.2 million) despite reports of slow sales.

“Right now, we have over $60 million in the box office,” said Ellerbe.

The fight will be available on Showtime PPV. The price for the pay-per-view will be $99.95 for high definition and $89.95 for standard definition.

The fight is expected to be one of the highest-grossing fights of all time.

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In an article titled, 110 N.F.L. Brains, in the The New York Times, by authors, Joe Ward, Josh Williams and Sam Manchester, dated July 25th, 2017… and “conveniently blurred”, and copying made “deliberately problematic”!… Neuropathologist Dr. Ann McKee, is reported to have amassed evidence of “chronic traumatic encephalopathy (C.T.E.!… the degenerative disease believed to be caused by repeated blows to the head!)”, afterupon her examination of 202 deceased football players (a broad survey of her findings were published on the preceding Tuesday, July 18, 2017, in the The Journal of the American Medical Association!… the myriad symptoms of which, include memory loss, confusion, depression and dementia!… and can arise years after the “career blows to the head”!)!
Of the 202 players examined, 111 of them played in the N.F.L.– and 110 of those were found to have C.T.E.!
Simply put!… the term PUBLIC SLAVERY is an apt description for those who support both football, and boxing!… and, underscores the degree of “DEMOANASTROPHOPATHY” rampant in America! And!… the one major omission within Dr. McKee’s official report, is the etiology associated with the PUBLIC BRAIN DAMAGE tied to the public acceptance of football!… but also– I suggest!– boxing!
Lastly, given what sundry of the CRIMINAL BACKERS of these “sports” are capable of (and e.g., the respective team backers and the managers!), I fear for the safety of the political critics of these “industries”!… and!… I wonder what MANMADE TRAGEDY awaits such critics, as a result of their public shaming of the owners and operators of these American pastimes! Either the true medical community… and science!… wins the “social debate”, or the DEMOANASTROPHOPATHY wins (and in the latter scenario, that includes the owners, players, and the DISEASED PUBLIC!… and!… DESPITE THE EVIDENCE/ THE FACTS!)!
Please!… no emails!… Jesus is Lord!

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