Floyd Mayweather + Conor McGregor Talk Smack + Get Fans Hyped Up At Staples Center (FULL 40min / HD)


MMA H.E.A.T.’s Wade Eck was at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, for the first stop of the #MayMacWorldTour. Hear from Floyd Mayweather, Conor McGregor, Dana White and some of the other players behind the boxing superfight.

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Wade co-founded MMA H.E.AT. in 2007, a headline-making production company dedicated to covering the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. He directed and produced 23 half-hour MMA H.E.AT. television episodes for MAVTV, earning recognition as the cable network’s most-watched show. Wade formulated and continues to supervise the company’s social media strategy, which has successfully grown the MMA H.E.A.T. Facebook following to over 165,000 subscribers. To date, Wade has produced and distributed over 2500 YouTube videos on the KarynBryant and MMAHEAT channels; those videos have exceeded 140 million cumulative views. He also currently oversee MMA H.E.A.T.’s YouTube Multi-Channel Network (MCN) of 425,000+ subscribers.

19 Comments on "Floyd Mayweather + Conor McGregor Talk Smack + Get Fans Hyped Up At Staples Center (FULL 40min / HD)"

  1. Thank you Karyn for always having high quality stuff and for filming the entire view of the conference. It's rare to find someone that films conferences where you can take in everything, everyone always zooms in to who ever is talking and you can't get the entire perspective.

    • Thank you for noticing. We appreciate it. You're quite welcome. When we began MMA H.E.A.T. nearly 10 years ago, our primary goal was to share everything we'd want to see as a fan, if we weren't able to be there ourselves.

  2. Karyn, what was your take on this? Not sure what I was expecting, but this seemed a bit of a let down as far as the theatrics. Nate vs Conor, IMO, was much more entertaining. Maybe it's because Showtime is running it.

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