In response to overwhelming customer requests, Hooters has signed on as the first national restaurant to show the highly anticipated “money fight” Pay-Per-View event between Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Conor McGregor on Saturday, Aug. 26. Fans are invited to reserve the most scenic views of the fight in advance with a VIP seat for only $30, while available.
For a limited time, only Hooters is giving fans the chance to win an UPGRADE to see the fight live in Las Vegas. Every fan that makes a reservation at one of the nearly 200 U.S. Hooters locations listed at www.hooters.com/fightnight before Aug. 16 will automatically score an entry for a chance to win two tickets to the fight in Las Vegas, along with round-trip airfare and two nights stay at Hooters Casino.
As “Money Mayweather” looks to preserve his undefeated record and UFC champion McGregor approaches his first ever boxing match, Hooters invites fans to sit back and enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime live matchup while enjoying craveable eats served up by their hometown Hooters Girls. Hooters latest wing innovation, Smoked Wings, are so good they’re taste bud-addicting. After being marinated overnight, Hooters Smoked Wings are hickory smoked fresh in-house each day.
As if that wasn’t enough, fans watching “The Money Fight” at Hooters score $20 toward free food on a future dine-in visit, plus a chance to win more exclusive prizes. One lucky winner at every participating Hooters location will win two free nights at Hooters Casino in Las Vegas. Fans just need to post a photo or video while at Hooters on fight night onto Twitter or Instagram using the local hashtag. Look for the local hashtag displayed on designated TVs during the fight.
VIP seats for the Mayweather vs. McGregor fight on Saturday, Aug. 26, at 9 p.m. ET are available at participating Hooters locations across the U.S. Prices and deals may vary per location, for full details visit hooters.com/fightnight. Seats not already reserved will be available for $50 on fight night on a first come, first served basis.
Mayweather and McGregor are two of the greatest fighters of their generation from two different worlds – boxing and MMA – both coming out of retirement for one fight only, making for the perfect “most unlikely fight of the year.” After taking repeated jabs at each other in various media interviews and social media posts, and McGregor’s announcement to retire early spawning a flurry of rumors swirling into possible negotiations, the two finally put their money where their mouths were and agreed to a fight. An ego-centric Mayweather enters the arena with an undefeated 49-0 (26 knockout) record, ready to take on his opponent, McGregor, an Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight champion, defending his 21-3 (18 knockout) record.
Hooters is one of the world’s most famous fight night and sports-viewing destinations. From boxing and MMA matchups to football games and college hoops, Hooters boasts top-of-the-line AV packages and multiple TVs at every angle to ensure guests never miss a moment of the action.
For participating Hooters locations, visit hooters.com/fightnight. To participate and join in the conversation surrounding fight night, use #HootersFightNight.