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Where to Watch the Mayweather vs McGregor Fight in London

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Sports Editor
Updated: 25 August 2017
Whether you think it’s the biggest event in sporting history, or the mother of all farces, this fight is pure entertainment. If you’re in London, the fight will take place in the early hours of the morning, so we guide you through where you can catch all the action.

Former MMA and UFC star Dan Hardy will join up with the likes of boxing legends former boxers Carl Froch and Johnny Nelson to cover the event for Sky Sports. There are also three bouts on the undercard, including a pair of title fights. The main event should be on at around 4:30am (UK time) on Sunday 27th and it’s going to be huge.

Vue, various venues

There are seven Vue venues showing the fight (as well as others across the country) including the likes of Angel, Westfield Shepherds Bush, Leicester Square and Acton. Obviously, you can expect to get the biggest screens going. Tickets are on sale now and cost up to £22.99 in London.

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The Grand, Clapham

Boasting a huge, 25ft screen, as well as two 8ft x 6ft HD screens and and additional six 50 inch plasma TVs, this south London favourite will be packed with punters. American-style food will be served and The Grand regularly hosts live amateur boxing fights, so you know you’ll be in safe hands.

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Nordic Bar, Soho

Situated slap bang in the middle of Soho, this venue offers entrance and a drink for just a tenner. Head there after a day out, have dinner and drinks and then head to Nordic to ready yourself for the main event.

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The Lighthouse, Camberwell

The Lighthouse Hall on Camberwell Road is an old school 1940s theatre with a grand hall. Think huge screen, plenty of seats and an incredible atmosphere. Tickets start at £20.

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Belushi’s, various venues

With bars in Greenwich, London Bridge, Hammersmith, Shepherds Bush and Camden, most of the city is covered. A £35 ticket gets you a group table, drinks, sharing platters of food and table service, all in front of the big screen.

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