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The fight people have been waiting for arrives Saturday when reigning UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor makes his professional boxing debut against the undefeated Floyd Mayweather Jr. in Las Vegas.
Everyone will anxiously watch the ill-conceived event to see what happens.
Will they have spent $89.95 for regular-definition viewing on pay-per-view—or far more to witness the spectacle unfold at the T-Mobile Arena—only for Mayweather to win in seconds? Or will Money methodically avoid punches before winning a dull showdown?
Only a sage commentator like Pepper Brooks could make sense of the madness. And since this feels more like MTV's Celebrity Deathmatch than a reputable boxing match, Bleacher Report invited Draymond Green, Ed Sheeran and others to its claymation simulation.