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As you might have heard from ESPN’s Darren Rovell, Floyd “Money” Mayweather is in need of money to pay off a 2015 IRS debt and is requesting a tax reprieve until after his publicity stunt with Conor McGregor. Pretty shocking considering all Floyd does on IG is flaunt his cars, his cash, his suits, his private jets, etc., but hey, he should be able to take care of this tax situation once dumb people shell out $100 for his fight:
— Lance Pugmire (@pugboxing) July 10, 2017
According to the USA Today, watching an undefeated boxing great take on a non-boxer will cost the same amount as that terrible fight with Manny Pacquiao:
The pay-per-view price for the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Conor McGregor super fight on Aug. 26 has been set: $89.95 plus $10 more for high definition.
Madelyn Flax, a spokesperson for Showtime, verified the pricing for the bout, which mirrors what was charged for Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao in 2015.
How much money do you have to bet on Floyd recoup your $100? Around $550 with current odds.