Sydney has turned a shade of green and orange in anticipation for what’s being dubbed the Fight of the Century.
Zealous Irish fans have taken over the city’s streets, eagerly waiting for Conor McGregor to take on the undefeated Floyd Mayweather today in America.
However Australia won’t be missing out on the multi-million dollar action, with dozens of pubs and bars set to live stream the richest fight Las Vegas has seen.
Fight fans are lining up for blocks (pictured Sunday) eagerly anticipating their chance to watch the history making battle
Bars around Sydney are showing who they’re backing in the Fight of the Century (pictured)
Bondi bars are already filling up before midday (pictured) for the fight between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather
Everyone is preparing for the rich fight, with one hotel stocking more than 300 kegs (pictured) for the fight Sunday
Although the fight is in America, Sydney pubs and hotels are expected to get rowdy with fighting fans
Thousands of keen Irish fans took to the streets, battling for the best pub before they fill up
And one man in his nation’s football shirt looked particularly pleased as he posed for a snap with two scantilly-clad showgirls overseas
Everything from pubs to street artists are getting into the fight hype, sharing their excitement for the huge event online.
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.
Popular Bondi pubs started filling up before midday with fans preparing for the pre-fight antics.
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.
Conor McGregor (right) has set the internet on fire after a very revealing weigh-in ahead of his clash with Floyd Mayweather (left)
A audience packed with 20,000 ravenous fans is expected at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, USA, with private jets ferrying celebrities into Sin City as bets worth more than a million dollars are placed on the bout
Irish fans have taken over Sydney streets, eagerly waiting for Conor McGregor (pictured) to take on the undefeated Floyd Mayweather
UFC fighter McGregor, from Dublin, is making the change to boxing for the first time to fight Mayweather in a multi-million dollar fight
Sin’s City’s iconic strip was turned into a sea of green as supporters from the Emerald Isle donned flashy outfits, sang songs and proudly waved flags in support of their countryman