OSN launches channel dedicated to Mayweather bout

Channel will help get fans in the mood before the Mayweather vs. McGregor fight on August 27
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OSN is giving fight fans across the Middle East a 24/7 free-to-air channel dedicated to Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor starting August 7 ahead of the highly anticipated fight on August 27.

Fans across the region will be treated to OSN Sports Mayweather v McGregor HD, available 24/7 on OSN Channel 7, and free-to-air for non-subscribers. The channel will be available ahead of the showdown between the undefeated Mayweather, and UFC lightweight champion, McGregor, live from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on the morning of August 27.

OSN Sports Mayweather v McGregor HD will give fans nearly three weeks of action including archive fights of both Mayweather and McGregor, and a chance to relive the infamous world press tour and The Ultimate Fighter: Team McGregor v Team Faber. In advance to the sizzling summer showdown in Las Vegas, the channel will also be premiering “All Access,” an exclusive 4 episode behind-the-scenes series that looks at Mayweather and McGregor’s journey to the big fight.

The fight can also be bought from any OSN sales kiosks immediately or fans can secure coverage of the Mayweather v McGregor showdown by calling the following numbers: KSA: 011 479 6556, UAE: 04 367 7676, Kuwait: 2437 0077, Bahrain: 1731 7335, Jordan:65506400, Egypt: 202 3827 6678, All other markets: 00971 4 367 7500.


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