Floyd Mayweather’s mega-money clash with Conor McGregor in Las Vegas brought out the A-list as some of the biggest names in sport and showbiz flocked to ringside for the much-hyped contest.
The eyes of the sporting world have been firmly fixed on the undefeated boxer and the face of the UFC since plans for the fight were finally confirmed earlier this summer, with ringside tickets still available for more than £60,000 during fight week.
Bruce Willis proved the fight has the A-list pull as he attended the pre-party before heading to the arena, with a string of stars of screen and stage joining the Die Hard star.
Bruce Willis attended the VIP pre-fight party before heading to the arena on Saturday
Willis, famous for films including Die Hard, Sixth Sense and Pulp Fiction, was a star attraction
Singer Demi Lovato arrives at T-Mobile Arena ahead of her national anthem performance
Ozzy, Sharon and Jack Osbourne were all in attendance to watch the contest on the Strip
As usual when it comes to significant pay-per-view events, many of the biggest names in boxing were in attendance, with the likes of Carl Froch and Tony Bellew working as part of the Sky Sports. Amir Khan also made his way to T-Mobile Arena, taking to Instagram to share an image of himself suited and booted and his prediction of a Mayweather victory in the middle rounds.
McGregor’s UFC peers also clearly take an interest in their man’s fortunes, with two-time bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz in attendance.
From the world of music, Black Sabbath rocker Ozzy Osbourne was ringside with his wife Sharon and son Jack, while Nick Jonas also took to social media to reveal his attendance to watch friend Demi Lovato sing the national anthem.
Footballer-turned-actor Vinnie Jones was pictured with fans on their way into T-Mobile Arena.
Boxing royalty was ringside in the form of Sugar Ray Leonard, who dropped in on Sky Sports
Amir Khan posted to Instagram to predict a victory for Mayweather in rounds 7-9
Dominick Cruz, the two-time UFC bantamweight champion, enters the T-Mobile Arena
Former footballer and now actor Vinnie Jones had photos and videos with fans outside
Nick Cannon was one of a number of celebrities to attend a pre-event VIP part in Las Vegas
Actors William H Macy and Clark Duke were present for the pre-party in Las Vegas