The profoundly foreseen media visit with Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor to advance their Aug. 26 bout starts Tuesday, and UFC President Dana White is expecting utter frenzy.
"It will be a (swearword) (expletive)show," White told correspondents following Saturday's UFC 213 occasion in Las Vegas. "You realise that. Outright (expletive)show. In this way, I don't have the foggiest idea. It will be insane."
The whole visit to advance the battle between the 49-0 boxing legend, Mayweather, and UFC lightweight champion McGregor will air on FS2. It commences Tuesday at Staples Center in Los Angeles. It travels north of the fringe to Toronto on Wednesday, at that point continues to New York on Thursday before finishing up abroad in London on Friday.
White said he will be going with McGregor on each stop, however, conceded he's not by any means beyond any doubt how the entire scene will play out, particularly with such a large number of flighty characters included.
"I believe it will be a crossover of the boxing public interviews and UFC question and answer sessions," White said. "I don't have the foggiest idea. I believe it will be more similar to a boxing question and answer session than it is our public interviews. You know how mine is. No bull(expletive). We stroll in, and we take a seat and, 'What's up? Who has the primary inquiry,' and we make them roll. I believe there will be significantly more bull(expletive) in this one.
"Will stay there with a mic, and when you make an inquiry I will answer it. I'm not going to get up and give any talks or do anything like that. I think Conor and I will come in, Conor and I will take a seat, and we'll answer questions when made inquiries. I feel that whatever is left of the general population that will come in – I believe there will be many people that come in and talk and have discourses."
The buildup for the visit is overpowering, White stated, with more than 30,000 tickets gathered up for the Los Angeles and Brooklyn stops alone. Counts presently can't seem to be recorded in Toronto and London, yet it's reasonable they will stick to this same pattern, which should make for some riotous minutes.
"Staples Center is sold out, and by sold out, I mean we did tickets and there are no more seats left," White said. "Barclays (Center) sold out. We needed to get a greater setting in Toronto, and we're doing Wembley in England. It will be insane."
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