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Bondi fight after boxer beat Irish UFC star Conor McGregor

Chaos has broken out on the streets of Bondi after the highly anticipated fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather.

People were seen flocking to Beach Road where some ugly scenes were seen as tensions flared when people left the nearby pubs.

The anticipated excitement turned sour outside Beach Road Hotel after Mayweather defeated McGregor, with photos showing a number of security guards attending the scene. 

A nasty scene took place outside of the Beach Road Hotel after the highly anticipated fight earlier Sunday afternoon

People were seen flooding onto the streets out of the nearby pub after the Mayweather defeated McGregor (pictured)

People were seen flooding onto the streets out of the nearby pub after the Mayweather defeated McGregor (pictured)

Hundreds of people were pictured on the street after a nasty scene left people spilling onto  Bondi Junction streets (pictured)

Hundreds of people were pictured on the street after a nasty scene left people spilling onto Bondi Junction streets (pictured)

After a day of exciting anticipation the mood turned sour after revellers flooded to the streets after a nasty scene 

After a day of exciting anticipation the mood turned sour after revellers flooded to the streets after a nasty scene 

Thousands of people flocked to the pubs of Bondi Junction to watch the Fight of the Century before leaving the pub

Thousands of people flocked to the pubs of Bondi Junction to watch the Fight of the Century before leaving the pub

Chaos broke out (pictured) on the streets of Bondi after an anticipated fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather

Chaos broke out (pictured) on the streets of Bondi after an anticipated fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather

A number of security were seen at the scene (pictured) where a nasty scene broke out after hundreds of people left pubs

A number of security were seen at the scene (pictured) where a nasty scene broke out after hundreds of people left pubs

Earlier Sydney morning, the city turned a shade of green and orange in anticipation for what’s was dubbed the Fight of the Century.

Zealous Irish fans took over the city’s streets, eagerly waiting for Conor McGregor to take on the undefeated Floyd Mayweather today in America.

Thousands of Irish fans descended on Australian pubs, showing a range of emotions as the richest fight Las Vegas has seen was live streamed. 

Fans draped themselves in everything green and orange in preparation for the Fight of the Century (pictured Sunday)

Fans draped themselves in everything green and orange in preparation for the Fight of the Century (pictured Sunday)

McGregor's fans crammed into Bondi's popular bars and pubs to cheer on the Irish fighter Sunday afternoon (pictured)

McGregor’s fans crammed into Bondi’s popular bars and pubs to cheer on the Irish fighter Sunday afternoon (pictured)

Fans were excited to see McGregor taking on Mayweather during the fight, one fan showing off Ireland's national colours

Fans were excited to see McGregor taking on Mayweather during the fight, one fan showing off Ireland’s national colours

Fans are hoping for the luck of the Irish as McGregor fights Mayweather, whose odds are in his favour for the win

Fans are hoping for the luck of the Irish as McGregor fights Mayweather, whose odds are in his favour for the win

Keen Irish supporters crammed into pubs early to ensure they got a seat before Conor McGregor takes on Floyd Mayweather

Keen Irish supporters crammed into pubs early to ensure they got a seat before Conor McGregor takes on Floyd Mayweather

While the rare few dressed down, the popular outfit colour proved to be shades of green in support of the Irish underdog 

While the rare few dressed down, the popular outfit colour proved to be shades of green in support of the Irish underdog 

One fighting fan dared to go bold with a fluffy hat in Ireland's national colours (pictured) during the pre-fight entertainment

One fighting fan dared to go bold with a fluffy hat in Ireland’s national colours (pictured) during the pre-fight entertainment

Everyone flocked to the busy Bondi Junction pubs to get their taste of the live fight between McGregor and Mayweather

One bold fan wore a quaint flower crown in the Irish fighter's home colours (pictured centre), others opting for simple greens

One bold fan wore a quaint flower crown in the Irish fighter’s home colours (pictured centre), others opting for simple greens

Hundreds of fans cheered McGregor on during the fight, which could be make history if the Irishman defeats Mayweather

Hundreds of fans cheered McGregor on during the fight, which could be make history if the Irishman defeats Mayweather

Fighting fans have been cheering the Irishman on since Sunday morning, hoping that he will defeat Mayweather

Fighting fans have been cheering the Irishman on since Sunday morning, hoping that he will defeat Mayweather

Showing their support in Ireland's national colours, fans got into the fight that could change history 

Showing their support in Ireland’s national colours, fans got into the fight that could change history 

Fans donned bright green shirts with hints of orange and packed into pubs across Bondi Junction early to get the best spots. 

Keen fans decked themselves in Ireland’s national colours head to toe as well as draping the Irish flag over themselves.

While some people outfits were toned down, others went to the extremes with fluffy Irish coloured hats or flower crowns, keeping everyone in high spirits in the hope the underdog would take the title. 

Thousands of people used the famous fight to make a quick buck or two, with one Australian punter placing a $50,000 bet on Mayweather to beat McGregor, despite the majority of fans backing the Irishman.

Everything from pubs to street artists are getting into the fight hype, sharing their excitement for the huge event online.

Popular Bondi pubs started filling up before midday with fans preparing for the pre-fight antics with people lining up around the block.

Many fighting fans kept their attire simple, including this lady who topped her outfite with a hat, hoping for luck of the Irish

Many fighting fans kept their attire simple, including this lady who topped her outfite with a hat, hoping for luck of the Irish

The fight will be broad cast live from Las Vegas but thousands of Australians will be able to enjoy the fight at many local pubs

The fight will be broad cast live from Las Vegas but thousands of Australians will be able to enjoy the fight at many local pubs

While many people are taking the chance to earn a quick buck or two, thousands of people will enjoy the live fight (pictured)

While many people are taking the chance to earn a quick buck or two, thousands of people will enjoy the live fight (pictured)

Huge groups of people continued to flood to the pubs throughout Sydney, including the popular Bondi Junction (pictured)

McGregor (right)  set the internet on fire after a revealing weigh-in ahead of his clash with Mayweather (left) Sunday afternoon

McGregor (right) set the internet on fire after a revealing weigh-in ahead of his clash with Mayweather (left) Sunday afternoon

Hundreds of people packed into the busy bars, some seen singing along to Irish themed songs in the lead up to the big fight.  

From artists sketching pictures of McGregor at Darling Harbour, pubs ordering more than 300 kegs of beer at Bondi to dedicated fans starting their Sunday with an Irish brew.  

Excited fans are in high spirits, some showing their support for the Irish fight with Irish flags or donning the colours on their faces.  

While some are getting into the spirit by wearing their own set of boxing gloves, the Las Vegas fight is also uniting families, with some coming together to watch McGregor take on Mayweather at pubs and bars across the city. 

From artists sketching pictures of McGregor at Darling Harbour, pubs ordering more than 300 kegs of beer at Bondi to dedicated fans starting their Sunday with an Irish brew. 

UFC fighter McGregor, from Dublin, is making the change to boxing for the first time to fight Mayweather. 

The money-spinning showdown is expected to break records and generate more than $600 million.

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