Exhibitionism – THE ROLLING STONES

Exhibitionism is an immersive exhibit that tells the story of the Rolling Stones. The exhibit features more than 500 items, including a vintage guitar gallery, rare instruments and lyric books, backstage and tour paraphernalia, album art, photography, stage designs, and personal diaries and letters.

Exhibitionism includes more than 190 original artworks by Andy Warhol, David Bailey, John Pasche, Walton Ford, Shepard Fairey, Michael Cooper, Christian Piper, Robert Frank and many more. The exhibit also includes sound mixing desks, interactive displays, a screening narrated by Martin Scorsese, and video experiences throughout.

The exhibit culminates in an immersive backstage recreation, leading into a spectacular 3d concert finale.

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Conor McGregor fan pulls off the impossible and sits with A-list celebrities

August 28, 2017 2:38 pm
by Russell Ess

A devoted Conor McGregor fan pulled off his own mission impossible and now has the photos to prove it.

Oliver Regis, a British bartender flew out to Las Vegas, Nevada to watch the highly anticipated money fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. According to The Sun, the British fan bought his $2,500 ticket and made his into the T-Mobile Arena only to find that his seat was near the worst in the house located at the very top.

Somehow, Regis was able to act as if he was a part of Floyd Mayweather’s security team and slipped through front row ticket scanners with the entourage and made his way to the tenth row where he sat in front of Mike Tyson and on the same row as LeBron James. Regis snapped a bunch of selfies with the A-list celebrities who were in some of the best seats in the house.

“I did feel a bit cheeky – but this was a once-in-a-lifetime chance. I could not believe it worked,” Regis told The Sun.

“There were quite a few empty seats.

“I sat down in the third row and Mike Tyson then sat down behind me. LeBron James was on my row and I could see Leonardo DiCaprio.”

Regis got photos with Dana White, Jamie Foxx, Gerard Butler, Jeremy Piven, P Diddy, JLo, Demi Lovato, Amir Khan, Chris Hemsworth and Floyd Mayweather Sr.

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Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor: Recap, Round-by-Round Analysis

Saturday August 26th, 2017

Floyd Mayweather promised his fight against Conor McGregor wouldn’t go the distance—and he delivered. Money notched a 10th-round TKO against McGregor on Saturday night in Las Vegas.

McGregor asserted his physicality in the first three rounds, but eventually tired out, playing into Mayweather’s trap. From there, the legendary boxer made quick work of McGregor, attacking him endlessly with combination after combination. Eventually, it became clear that Mayweather was hunting for a knock-out, teeing off on McGregor’s head with one punch after another. Going into the 10th, McGregor was running on empty and Mayweather could smell blood. He landed a few more head shots before McGregor, woozy and wobbly, was saved by the referee who stopped the fight.

Scroll down for our blow-by-blow analysis of the fight.

AFTER THE FIGHT 

In his post-fight interview, Mayweather admits that McGregor was a tougher opponent than he expected. But he also said he executed his game plan flawlessly, allowing McGregor to wear out in the early rounds, fire all of his big shots, then fatigue down the stretch. Mayweather turned on the gas the final few rounds, finishing off McGregor after the fighter had long been running on empty.

Said Mayweather of McGregor: “He’s a lot better than I thought he was. He used different angles. He was a tough competitor. But I was the better man tonight.”

McGregor said he wished the ref had let the fight keep going, saying he was only fatigued.

“I thought it was a little early of a stoppage,” he said.

As for Mayweather, McGregor praised the boxing star but also didn’t sound over-the-top impressed with his opponent.

“He was a lot more composed under the shots,” he offered.

For more analysis of Mayweather’s 10th-round TKO, click here.

ROUND TEN

It’s over! Money Mayweather is the champion!

After letting McGregor wear himself out one final time, Mayweather finished McGregor off with an unbelievable barrage of punches. The ref stepped in while McGregor was still standing, but woozy and against the ropes. Mayweather celebrated with a sprint across the ring.

Mayweather and McGregor embraced in the middle of the ring and exchanged “pleasantries” (hey, they’re boxers) and embraces. Everyone is rich and gets to go home happy!

ROUND NINE

What a flurry! Mayweather is absolutely going for the KO. With McGregor slowing down, Mayweather is going all-out, swinging for McGregor’s head time after time. McGregor has absolutely nothing left. The only thing saving him are clenches and the clock. He can barely stand up. But Mayweather is after blood! He’s chasing McGregor around the ring. Keep in mind, McGregor has never been knocked out in a UFC fight.

I’d be stunned if McGregor makes it through another round. Winter is coming.

ROUND EIGHT

That was our closest round yet. Both McGregor and Mayweather appeared to gain second winds. Why am I giving the edge to McGregor? Because the other guy is 49-0, he shouldn’t be in Round 8 against a guy who is 0-0. Whether McGregor wins or not, this has been an incredible showing.


ROUND SEVEN

Another big round for Mayweather. He got the crowd on its feet at one point after knocking McGregor around the ring. The UFC star looks absolutely gassed at this point, grabbing on to Mayweather and locking up several times to catch his breath. He’s still connecting on a handful of shots, but Mayweather’s are far more frequent and ferocious. Money is cruising.

READ FULL STORY AT SI.COM: https://www.si.com/boxing/2017/08/26/floyd-mayweather-conor-mcgregor-fight-live-blog-analysis-updates

 


 

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An Anthology of Weird Las Vegas Boxing Matches

AUG. 23, 2017

The Conor McGregor-Floyd Mayweather fight pits a mixed martial artschampion who has never boxed professionally against an undefeated boxing legend who is 40 years old. All in a caldron of money, celebrities and hype. It has the potential to be a very strange fight. Nothing new for Las Vegas, then.

Since the 1990s, when Las Vegas decisively seized the mantle as the place for the world’s biggest fights, the city has seen more than its share of the bizarre.

No matter what happens on Aug. 26 at the T-Mobile Arena, it will have to be pretty strange to top these five bouts.



Fan Man: November 1993, Caesars Palace

A bout for the heavyweight championship was overshadowed by a guy with a parachute.

Evander Holyfield was bidding to reclaim the title he lost to Riddick Bowe a year before. The venue was an open-air arena by Caesars Palace. Yes, outdoors. Yes, that will become important.

A close fight took its turn for the bizarre in Round 7. A paraglider who had been circling for a few minutes suddenly descended to the ring. His chute got tangled in a bank of lights, causing him to tumble into the ropes.

The fight was stopped, while several people at ringside pummeled the intruder. He was taken away on a stretcher.

Bowe’s wife, Judy, became faint during the incident and was taken to a hospital herself.

Twenty-one minutes later, the fight resumed. Holyfield regained his title with a close decision.

Bowe said: “We’ll be back. It was unfortunate when that guy came out of the sky. He frightened my wife.”

The “fan man,” so named because of the fanlike motorized contraption on his back that helped him stay aloft, was James Miller, 30. He would drop in on a couple more sporting events over the years, though never with the same level of notoriety. He was found dead in the Alaskan wilderness in 2003, apparently a suicide.

Bowe and Holyfield fought once more, with Bowe winning. The fight was again at Caesars Palace, but no one came down from the sky.

McCall’s Tears: February 1997, Las Vegas Hilton

Oliver McCall and Lennox Lewis, both former champions, fought for a vacant heavyweight title. McCall had recently been involved in several arrests and trips to rehab, but so have many boxers over the years. No one expected what was to come.

After the third round, McCall did not return to his corner, but instead paced around the ring. In the fourth, he looked nothing like a professional fighter. He threw few if any punches and often just stood still or wandered aimlessly around the ring, to the surprise of the commentators and displeasure of the crowd. Lewis was wary, but got frequent shots in.

After Round 4, McCall was seen to be crying copiously. He defended himself even less in Round 5 and took more blows from Lewis. At this point the referee, Mills Lane (also the ref in the Fan Man fight), quickly stopped the bout.

“My strategy was — and I know it sounds kind of absurd — was a kind of rope-a-dope,” McCall claimed after the fight. He said the crying was an effort to get himself into an emotional state.

The promoter, Bob Arum, told The Los Angeles Times: “We all learned a lesson tonight. If a kid is in rehab, you don’t let him into a major fight.

Did McCall ever return to the sport that seemed to cause him such anguish? He sure did, fighting 38 more times over 18 years, only hanging up his gloves at age 49.

The Bite: June 1997, MGM Grand

Seven months before, Evander Holyfield had dealt the once unbeatable Mike Tyson only his second career loss, after the Buster Douglas upset.

On the night of their rematch, Tyson fared well for the first two rounds, but the fight was slowed by numerous clinches. That perhaps frustrated Tyson. Late in the third round, during one clinch, he suddenly bit Holyfield’s ear, bloodying it and causing Holyfield to leap up in rage and pain. Tyson then shoved Holyfield from behind.

Referee Mills Lane (again) deducted 2 points from Tyson but allowed the fight to continue after several minutes’ delay. Twenty seconds after the restart, Tyson bit the other ear.

Tyson was disqualified. “He butted me in the second round and he looked at me and butted me again,” Tyson said. “No one deducted points. This is my career. What am I supposed to do? I’ve got children to raise.”

A melee broke out in the ring after the announcement, with Tyson taking a swing at a police officer.

The fight, coupled with the previous loss to Holyfield, brought the end to Tyson’s aura of invincibility. He was 5-3 with 2 no-contests for the rest of his career.

The Ref’s K.O.: August 1998, Las Vegas Hilton

Bernard Hopkins was a middleweight champion and a favorite over the rather unheralded Robert Allen. But a quick victory was not forthcoming.

The fighters came together in a fourth-round clinch and the referee Mills Lane (!) pushed the men apart. Lane was 60 years old and the shove didn’t seem particularly violent, but it mysteriously sent Hopkins through the ropes and to the floor.

Hopkins injured his ankle in the fall, and the fight was stopped and declared a no-contest.

“He bailed out,” Allen told reporters. “He could have continued to fight. I think he just fell through the ropes and took a dive.”

The bizarre ending did set up a rematch the next year, which Hopkins won by knockout. The men fought again in 2004 with Hopkins winning by decision.

Hopkins fought for a title as recently as last December at age 51.

READ MORE: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/23/sports/conor-mcgregor-vs-floyd-mayweather-las-vegas.html


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Floyd Mayweather Vs. Conor McGregor: Latest Odds And Complete Prop Betting List For Superfight

AUG 21, 2017 @ 07:00 AM

Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor, one of the most-anticipated boxing matches in history, is nearly here. With a domestic purchase price of $99 for the HD pay-per-view broadcast, it’s also projected to be the highest grossing fight of all time—and that is just one of the many things you can bet on surrounding this week’s superfight.

The upcoming bout is expected to smash all sorts of records, including the 4.6 million PPV buys set by Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao in 2015. Thanks to books offering an exhaustive list of props, you can wager on whether or not the total purchases on Saturday evening will hit an all-time high. Fans that are even more optimistic about the sales figures can get more favorable odds that the fight eclipses five million total buys. This is an intriguing and unusual sports bet to make, but it is far from the most bizarre available on the board.

Sportsbooks in Las Vegas and around the world are taking action on a wide variety of exotic props that range from the pre-fight walkout (Will Justin Bieber carry Floyd’s belts? Will the combatants touch gloves?), to in-fight occurrences (Will McGregor attempt a kick? What minute will the fight end?) and even potential post-fight happenings (Will a rematch occur? Will Mayweather step inside the UFC octagon?).

READ MORE: https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexkay/2017/08/21/floyd-mayweather-vs-conor-mcgregor-latest-odds-and-complete-prop-betting-list-for-superfight/#3e053df91489


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Shocking rule switch completely changes McGregor-Mayweather

It wasn’t so much a boast as it was matter of fact, with Conor McGregor knowing the best way for him to beat Floyd Mayweather on Aug. 26 is with his superior punching power.

And that advantage, no matter how lonesome it is, was given a boost when the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) agreed Wednesday to requests from both fighters and allowed them use eight-ounce gloves instead of the 10-ounce gloves normally used for their weight class.

“I believe now that the gloves are eight ounces, I don’t believe he makes it out of the second round,” McGregor said on a conference call Wednesday night. “Part of me is hoping maybe he can last so I can [deal with] the word of, ‘Oh, he’s a lucky [puncher],’ and that sort of thing, which I’ve been labeled with before. Part of me kind of wants to show some skill and dismantle him that way, but I do not see him absorbing the blows in the first two rounds.

“But we are ready for absolutely every scenario. We’re ready to go to war for the full 12 rounds, and I’m ready to put him away in the first 10 seconds. So that’s where my heads at.”

Coming out of UFC, McGregor is used to fighting with four-ounce gloves that are fingerless and have very little padding. Of course, he’s also used to being able to kick and grapple. There is the flip side of this decision, as well, with Mayweather having the faster hands and the smaller gloves allowing him to take advantage of that aspect.

“I fight in four-ounce gloves, fingerless gloves, with the knuckles barely covered is what I’m used to,” McGregor said. “It benefits both in certain ways. So I’m very happy with it.”

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MAYWEATHER VS. MCGREGOR BETTING ODDS BREAKDOWN: WHY YOU SHOULD BET MAYWEATHER

Aug 15, 2017 |
By: JASON LOGAN

There are three annual events on the sports calendar in which the mainstream media welcomes sports betting with open arms and opinions: Super Bowl, March Madness and the Kentucky Derby. 

There is, however, a fourth occasion that pops up every so often – like the August 21 solar eclipse – that has the 24/7 sports news cycle spitting out odds like a Las Vegas wiseguy: a big prize fight. And by the sounds of it, no fight in history will be bigger than Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor McGregor.

That statement is a little crazy, considering the most-hyped boxing bout of all time involves only one real boxer. Mayweather is unquestionably one of the greatest to step between the ropes, and is arguably the top defensive boxer the sport has ever seen.

The guy is a ghost in the ring, with elite footwork, hand speed and overall boxing smarts mixing together for a potent counter-punching potion that brings Mayweather into this August 26 fight with an unblemished record of 49-0 and has only seen the five-division title holder in trouble a handful of times during his 21-year career.

That’s why Mayweather opened as a -10,000 favorite when this matchup with MMA star McGregor was rumored in May 2016 – a realistic line for such a mismatch in boxing skill. This line has since morphed into a reflection of the sportsbooks’ need to have “public friendly” odds on the biggest fight ever as well as the mainstream support for McGregor – with a heaping of hatred for Mayweather stirred in.

Regardless of the current odds, Mayweather is the overwhelming favorite and deservedly so. That makes giving three reasons why you should bet on Mayweather over McGregor very easy. Almost as easy as this fight should be for Floyd…

Reason No. 1: The odds

As mentioned above, this bout is priced for the public. Priced to sell, if you would. That opening line of Mayweather -10,000 is an unbettable number – asking bettors to wager $10,000 to only win $100. No sports gambler, sharp or square, would get involved in that.

That’s why when the fight was close to official, most sportsbooks either opened or adjusted their Mayweather-McGregor betting odds to Mayweather -1,000 with McGregor coming back as a +700 underdog. And even that was a lot to ask from the casual bettors – wagering $1,000 to win $100 on Mayweather – which explains the one-sided action on McGregor and the massive swing in the fight odds.

Public players and MMA enthusiast have piled on the Irishman, eyeing that underdog payday, betting McGregor with both fists in the months leading up to fight night. Those $10, $20, $50 and $100 bets have slowly accrued into a mountain of liability for sportsbooks, with the random large bet on Mayweather temporarily tempering the line adjustments.

You can now get Mayweather around -550, almost half the price of the opening line. To put those odds into perspective, Mayweather was a -3,500 fave versus Andre Berto in September 2015, a -230 favorite against Manny Pacquiao in May 2015, and around -1,000 in his second bout with Marcos Maidana back in September 2014.

Sure, Mayweather has been out of the gloves for some time since those bouts but he handled those world-class fighters with ease. Now he’s going against a first-time boxer and is discounted like Halloween candy on November 1.

As my colleague, Patrick Everson, wrote when the odds were Mayweather -1,000, “If this was your 401(k) plan or an IRA, you’d be thrilled at a 10 percent return on investment.” Now you’re getting almost 20 percent – minus the $100 bones to watch this bet cash live on pay-per-view.

Reason No. 2: The skill

We’ve already touched on Mayweather’s talents in the ring as well as his undefeated record. But despite those things and probably in good part to Mayweather’s polarizing personality, he still doesn’t get the credit he deserves.

Boxing purists and they’re now few and far between, will gladly rank Mayweather’s work in the ring among the all-time pound-for-pound best fighters. His out-of-ring antics and legal issues definitely tarnish what should be a celebrated sports career.

CompuBox statistics state that Mayweather has landed 43.4 percent of his career punches while limiting foes to just under 19 percent – a +24.5 plus/minus rating. Plus he’s only gotten better with age, taking down world-class competition in the final decade of his career.

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Maloofs bet $880K on Mayweather to give winnings to charity

Gavin and Joe Maloof are so confident Floyd Mayweather Jr. will beat Conor McGregor that they bet $880,000 on it.

And if the Maloof brothers are big winners along with Mayweather on Aug. 26, they are giving the proceeds of their whopping wager to charity.

The wealthy entrepreneurs and former Sacramento Kings owners revealed their extraordinary bet to The Associated Press on Sunday, two days after they placed the wager at the South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The bet is thought to be the biggest yet made on the fight, which is expected to be Vegas’ biggest spectacle in recent years.

The Maloofs will make a $160,000 profit if Mayweather — a minus-550 favorite Friday — remains unbeaten against McGregor, the UFC champion making his pro boxing debut.

“I know a family that’s going to be watching this fight very, very closely,” Maloof said with a laugh.

Gavin Maloof told the AP that the family will donate the proceeds to multiple charities in Las Vegas and in Los Angeles, where sister Adrienne Maloof is active in charity work, in the name of Never Too Hungover, their widely distributed hangover prevention drink.

“We have a huge opportunity to help a lot of people in charities, so we decided to do it,” Gavin Maloof said. “It’s a neat way to enjoy the fight, and it’s a fun way to promote our product.”

Mayweather and Gavin Maloof are longtime neighbors, living down the street from each other in a tony Las Vegas suburb. Gavin went to a recent workout at Mayweather’s gym and emerged with overwhelming confidence that age hasn’t eroded the 40-year-old unbeaten champion’s skills, even after a two-year layoff.

“So I called my brother, Joe, and said, ‘We should put a wager on Floyd, because I don’t think he’s going to lose,'” Gavin said. “Not to take anything away from Conor. He’s good. But I just like Floyd a lot.”

The Maloofs spoke to the South Point sportsbook and settled on an $880,000 bet — a number that was initially too big to display properly on a betting ticket. The casino rewrote the bet into two $440,000 tickets that will pay out a total of $1.04 million if Mayweather wins.

The Maloofs are actually going against the betting trends on this potentially one-sided fight. Roughly 95 percent of the tickets and 85 percent of the money has been bet on McGregor in recent weeks, and Vegas sportsbooks likely are hoping many more bettors will follow the Maloofs’ lead to offset their extraordinary liability in the event of a shocking upset win by McGregor.

Gavin has attended Mayweather’s last dozen fights in person and watched everything the champion has ever done, so he feels confident in his bet. Yet he also sees how an upset could happen — which only makes it more exciting.

READ MORE: http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/mma/maloofs-bet-dollar880k-on-mayweather-to-give-winnings-to-charity/ar-AAq21xv?li=BBnbfcL


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Floyd Mayweather: ‘I already know’ what Conor McGregor will do in our fight

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Golden Knights looking for anthem singers for home games

August 7, 2017 – 11:20 am

The Golden Knights are just 64 days from taking the ice at T-Mobile Arena for the team’s first home game.

But first, they need some national anthem singers.

“The presentation of the national anthem is a key part of the pregame tradition,” Golden Knights Vice President of Entertainment and Production Jonny Greco said in a news release. “We want to showcase all the talent we have here in Vegas, so we will have multiple singers performing throughout the season and serving an integral role in Golden Knights game entertainment.”

Requirements include submitting an application with your name, phone number, email and a link to a past performance. The team says ideal candidates will have singing experience and those who have performed the United States and Canadian anthems before will be given special consideration.

The Knights will hold live auditions at T-Mobile Arena for both solo artists and groups the week of Sept. 4.

Those interested can fill out an application online at nhl.com/goldenknights/info/nationalanthem.

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