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Conor McGregor price-boosted to 5/1 to beat Nate Diaz

You can have a maximum of £10 at these odds of 5/1

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Betway offer new customers the chance to back Conor McGregor at a massive 5/1 against Nate Diaz this weekend

Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz clash in a UFC 196 fight on Saturday night, with the Irishman a massive favourite to claim victory in this welterweight bout.

However, Betway are giving new customers the chance to back McGregor at an amazing 5/1 which will surely be a popular order considering that Conor is 1/5 to win the bout without the price boost.

While Nate Diaz is a dangerous opponent, it’s unlikely that he’ll have the ability to beat a ferocious opponent in McGregor who has barely put a foot wrong during his UFC career to date.

How to get 5/1 that McGregor beats Diaz
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Back McGregor at the normal odds

If McGregor beats Diaz on Saturday night, then you’ll get paid out on your bet and then betway will top up with bonus winnings to reflect the 5/1 price boost.

You can have a maximum of £10 at these odds of 5/1 which gives you the chance to land £50 which is a great way of starting off with betway.

The Notorious makes his welterweight bout this weekend although it’s not thought that the jump up to a weight class of 170lbs should be too much of a problem for McGregor.

McGregor’s record to date is seventeen wins from nineteen fights and just the two losses, with Diaz having lost ten of his eighteen bouts which suggests he will be vulnerable against The Notorious.

Conor McGregor said ahead of the fight: “I’m involved in absolutely everything to do with this. I created this. I thought I was in his hometown, this is the west coast but listen to the crowd for me. Nate was the leading option. There were many, many options but in reality, lots of people pretended they wanted the fight until the fight actually presented itself.

“Frankie [Edgar] never shut up. And when he was given a phone call and a date, he hasn’t been seen or heard from since. Jose [Aldo] also. Jose was in camp, apparently preparing in case Dos Anjos pulled out and all of a sudden, [Rafael] Dos Anjos pulls out with his bruised foot and Jose isn’t fit.

“Even Nate tried to exit the fight cleanly. The first discussion was the money issue, we resolved that. Then he could only make 160, then 165 so I told him ‘get comfortable, you can make 170’ and we’re gonna fight. I look forward to it.

“Really, I should create my own belt. Because I am my own belt. It’s the McGregor belt. Featherweight to lightweight to welterweight, it’s the McGregor belt so that’s it.”

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