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Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor Rematch Odds: Ladbrokes offer 3/1 on a MayMac rematch

Neil Roarty 27 Aug 2017

Floyd Mayweather has announced his retirement from boxing but Ladbrokes make it just 3/1 that 'Money' makes a U-Turn on that decision in order to have a rematch with Conor McGregor, which could generate even more pay-per-view income than the original fight.

Ladbrokes make it just 3/1 that Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor step in the ring again within a year following their blockbuster bout in Las Vegas.

'Money' is 1/10 for a second victory against the Irishman, while 'Notorious' is out at 11/2.

Meanwhile, 25/1 says the pair swap the boxing ring for the Octagon at any stage in the next 12 months, with McGregor 1/50 to win and Mayweather 12/1 to cause a UFC upset.

And at 1/2, the bookies reckon a UFC Rematch would have more PPV buys than their first fight.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told Bettingpro: 

"It was the result we expected but McGregor certainly put up a fight in his boxing debut, and we reckon there's every chance we could be seeing this pair in a ring again very soon."

Mayweather v McGregor Rematch Odds
Rematch within a year - 3/1
Rematch under MMA rules within a year - 25/1


Boxing Rematch Odds
Mayweather - 1/10
McGregor - 11/2
Draw - 25/1


UFC Rematch Odds
McGregor - 1/50
Mayweather - 12/1


UFC Rematch to have more PPV buys than first fight 
Yes - 1/2
No - 6/4


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Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor Rematch Odds: Ladbrokes offer 3/1 on a MayMac rematch

Floyd Mayweather has announced his retirement from boxing but Ladbrokes make it just 3/1 that 'Money' makes a U-Turn on that decision in order to have a rematch with Conor McGregor, which could generate even more pay-per-view income than the original fight.

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