Conor McGregor's biggest disclosed fight purse in the UFC was $3m for his second fight with Nate Diaz, but the Dubliner is set to make ten times that amount when he steps into the ring to face Floyd Mayweather.
In the other corner stands hard-hitting McGregor, a two-time world champion in the octagon making his professional boxing debut who will try to do what a long list of great fighters have been unable to do - stop Mayweather.
One punter placed a $1.2 million cash bet on Mayweather, which will earn around $240 000. And much like himself, Ibrahimovic feels that it is Mc Gregor's self-confidence and belief which gives him an edge over the professional boxer.
Mayweather Promotions CEO Leonard Ellerbe was watching closely as McGregor weighed in and judging by his expression he was positive he was about to celebrate the Irishman missing weight.
The Las Vegas streets surrounding the fight venue following Friday's weigh-in were transformed into a sea of emerald green as McGregor's raucous army of supporters danced and chanted under blazing sunshine. We now have an answer thanks to a Nevada State Athletic Commission law that demands a promoter discloses all fighter purses for any contest in the state.
"The casual fans were absolutely adamant", Espinoza said.
Both Mayweather and McGregor agreed to Byrd as the referee of choice for their match.
"And that's why they're going to watch it".
McGregor, a 29-year-old former plumber who was living on unemployment benefits four years ago, is guaranteed $30 million, but could pocket as much as $100 million, ESPN said. "So I like someone who's going to get in there and throw down".
"That's the worst shape I've ever seen him in", McGregor said afterwards, per USA Today Sports' Martin Rogers. These two things could determine whether the fight ends in the first two rounds or goes the distance.
What was most telling about McGregor's support then was the fact that 2015's UFC Fight Night Boston took place on the same night as the 2014 AFC Championship Game between the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts - you know, the one that started Deflategate. "Mark my words - I'm not anxious about the scales".