Struggling To Find Somewhere To Watch The McGregor Vs Mendes Fight? Here's How To See It

Enjoy the show on a very big screen...

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With the McGregor Vs Mendes fight taking place this Sunday morning at 5.30am, most of your regular spots to watch a fight won't be showing it. However, you might be able to watch the big showdown in one of these places...

Ireland's biggest screens at the Pavilion at Red Cow Complex will be showing the fight, this will be organised by Enfusion Live and you can purchase tickets for their UFC 189 Fight Screening Party on Ticketmaster. It's €20 entry to the event, which will have a full bar and DJ prior to the fight. You won't have to worry about getting a good view of the fight either, because it's being projected onto 52 ft screen.

Doors to the event will be open at 11.45pm on Saturday night and will be closing at 1.30am (or as soon as the venue fills up). If you're interested book pronto, as tickets are going fast!

As the McGregor fans are becoming increasingly psyched about the match, they'll be happy to see he's being as humble as ever about it..

If you want some pre-fight fighting, you can check out the Enfusion Live international kick-boxing event on Saturday evening at Spin Roller Disco on Long Mile Road, which includes a world title fights between Ireland's Karl McCallig and Poland's Jerzy Wronski.

For anyone wanting to watch the fight in the city centre, you can also catch it at Krystle Nightclub on Harcourt Street. Just make sure you get in there before 3am (we recommend earlier though because the place will be jammed), it's over 21s only and it'll cost you €10 entry.

Sin Nightclub on Sycamore Street will be showing the fight as well. Early bird tickets are going for €10 and general admission is €15. The fight will be shown on 10 ft screens and three plasma screens. Tickets can be found here.

The showdown will also be shown on the big screen at The Canal Club on Dunville Terrace, Ranelagh. Doors open at 5pm, there will be a €10 charge for anybody arriving after 9pm and doors close at midnight. Again, be sure to arrive early because they're expecting the place to be wedged.

As always, if you know of any more places showing the fight, let us know in the comments or tweet at us and we'll add them to our list.

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