Top 10 famous fight fans at Matchroom Boxing events

We scroll through the archives and revisit various famous faces showing up at Matchroom Boxing events in years gone by… Including Usher, Rick Ross, Justin Bieber & Conor McGregor plus much more! Who makes the list and in what order?

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About This Source - Matchroom Boxing

Matchroom Boxing is owned by Matchroom Sport Ltd – a sporting event promotions company founded by English entrepreneur Barry Hearn and his son Eddie Hearn.

The company is based in Brentwood, Essex. Matchroom has a comprehensive broadcasting agreement in the United Kingdom with Sky Sports.

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Conor Anthony McGregor is an Irish mixed martial artist, boxer, and businessman. He is a former Ultimate Fighting Championship featherweight and lightweight double-champion. As of 19 July 2021, he is #9 in the UFC lightweight rankings. McGregor is a former Cage Warriors featherweight and lightweight champion. McGregor switched to boxing for an exhibition match with unbeaten boxer, Floyd Mayweather, for which he earned a huge payday, and international fame, despite being outclassed and easily beaten by Mayweather.

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