Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor: Publicity tour to begin at Wembley in July
Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor are set to begin a global publicity tour at Wembley Stadium this month to promote their Las Vegas fight.
Former boxing world champion Mayweather and UFC champion McGregor, who are due to box on 26 August, will begin the worldwide promotion in London, a source close to both camps told reporters.
Thousands of fans could attend in what is expected to be a free event.
Details of the date, ticketing and arrangements are still closely guarded.
American Mayweather, a former champion at five weights, is coming out of retirement at 40 to fight 28-year-old UFC lightweight champion McGregor from Ireland.
Both fighters are expected to earn up to $100m (£78.5m) from the bout, which would make it one of the richest in history.
Fans think it would be an interesting bout, pundits anticipate it would be a boring encounter, but everyone is intrigued at the prospects of an upset. Although bookmakers have predicted a 5-1 odd in favour of the “money man”.