Why the odds are stacked against Conor McGregor

Many punters and bookmakers are backing Floyd Mayweather to defeat Conor McGregor in their upcoming bout. One reason for this is that Conor McGregor is very vulnerable when fighting against his opponents. This is despite the fact that he has an impressive record of 21-3. The Mayweather McGregor Odds are stacked against McGregor with many people determining that Floyd is the favorite to win this debut. McGregor's vulnerability was evidenced at UFC 196 when Nate Diaz defeated him. This loss was surprising because it was not long during UFC 194 when he defeated Jose Aldo in a knockout of 13 seconds.

The defeat to Diaz happened after the fight took longer to end. The reason why people think this is vulnerability is that Mayweather can fight to the last round and still maintain his composure. This is the reason why Mayweather has an impressive record of 49-0. But this does not mean that one should not bet on McGregor. This is because bookmakers are offering a Mayweather Mayweather McGregor Free Bet of 15.00 that McGregor will win the bout between the rounds of 1 and 6. This is better than going for 8.00 for McGregor to get a win against Floyd Mayweather.
In 2011, Floyd Mayweather was able to stop Victor Ortiz from defeating him in stoppage time. As such, many bookmakers have a Mayweather McGregor Bonus Bet whereby Mayweather has been given the odds of 2.30 to win by stoppage as far as method of victory is concerned. These odds are attractive and are an option most pundits and professional punters are recommending. It is worth mentioning that although the odds are stacked against McGregor, it is still possible for him to cause an upset. If you have some money you think you can afford to lose, consider wagering on McGregor at 8.00 and wait to see whether you are lucky.