Mayweather vs. McGregor Fight

July 2018: A federal judge granted final approval of the settlement agreement.

February 2018: A federal judge granted preliminary approval of a proposed settlement agreement that would resolve the remaining three lawsuits against Showtime (Daas, Park, and Riley). According to the settlement terms, class members may receive refunds ranging from $25 to $99.99, the amount depending on how much of the fight they were unable to watch due to streaming disruptions. The agreement also provides class members with reimbursement for other expenses spent in anticipation of streaming the fight (e.g., food and beverages purchased to consume while viewing the event). Class members who spent up to $30 may receive one month of free access to UFC Fight Pass while class members who spent more than $30 may choose to receive either three months of free access to UFC Fight Pass or $5 in cash. (Class members seeking reimbursement for more than $30 of expenses must have proof of purchase.) A final fairness hearing is scheduled for July 20, 2018. For more information, go to

January 2018: The Mallh case was voluntarily dismissed with prejudice, the reasons for which have not been disclosed.

November 2017: The judge in the Mallh case granted a motion to compel arbitration and stayed the case pending the outcome of arbitration proceedings. To read the full decision, click here.

Also in November, the Ferrandini, Garcia, Vance and Bartel cases were voluntarily dismissed with prejudice. The reasons for the dismissals have not been disclosed.

October 2017: Showtime moved to have eight similar actions – including Bartel and Garcia – transferred to a multidistrict litigation to be heard together. The other six cases are listed below.

August/September 2017: Two false advertising class-action lawsuits have been filed against Showtime alleging that its live stream of the Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor fight in HD on its app failed to meet the advertised representations. The complaints, which were filed in August and September 2017, allege that Showtime’s system was not able to stream the fight in HD and viewers faced problems accessing the stream, error messages, grainy videos, and delays. To learn more about all of the allegations in each complaint, click on the links below.

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When a complaint is dismissed with prejudice, it cannot be refiled.

When a complaint is dismissed with prejudice, it cannot be refiled.

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