Third-party websites have already begun advertising tickets for sale well in excess of face value at between £1871 and £76,000.
A spokesperson for Ticketmaster would not say how many tickets he estimated would be sold on its platform on Monday but if there any tickets leftover, they could be made available to the general public.
Mayweather hasn’t been in the ring for two years now and will be making his return at the age of 40 to face Conor on August 26th 2017 which will be Conor McGregor’s first ever professional boxing fight at 29 years old.
McGregor v Mayweather takes place at the 20,000 capacity T-Mobile Arena in Nevada, Los Angeles on August 26 and will be contested at super welterweight (154 pounds) with 10 oz. gloves.
McGregor is the reigning UFC lightweight world champion and in November 2016 became the first dual-weight UFC world champion in the history of the competition.
With a professional record of 49-0, Mayweather heads into the contest undefeated, while McGregor, who hasn’t been knocked out has lost via submission three times with the most occasion being Nate Diaz in March 2016.
The fighters embarked on a world tour to promote the fight this month, visiting Los Angeles, Toronto, New York, and London where the two clashed over trash talking, building anticipation to the fight to fever pitch.