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The betting odds favor a win for Floyd Mayweather over Conor McGregor by knockout. Pictured: Mayweather waves as he is inducted into the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame at the Orleans Arena on June 2, 2017 in Las Vegas. Getty Images

Floyd Mayweather is a heavy betting favorite over Conor McGregor in their upcoming super fight, and there are plenty of odds regarding how exactly he might defeat the UFC lightweight champion. In addition to picking the bout’s winner, gamblers can wager on exactly how Mayweather or McGregor might get the victory with various prop bets.

Will Mayweather win by knockout or decision? In what round will the fight be stopped? The odds for those questions and more are available, via OddsShark.

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A win for Mayweather by knockout, technical knockout or disqualification is considered to be the most likely scenario, though it’s far from a given. Mayweather has -110 odds to get the victory by an early stoppage, and he’s been given +120 odds to win by decision.

Mayweather has amassed a 49-0 professional record by being one of the best defensive boxers in history, not a knockout artist. His last fight against Andre Berto on Sept. 12, 2015 went all 12 rounds, even though Mayweather was the far superior fighter. His mega-fight with Manny Pacquiao four months earlier went the distance, as have his last seven fights. His most recent knockout, when he sent Victor Ortiz to the canvas in 2011, was considered by some to be a cheap shot.

That doesn’t mean Mayweather doesn’t have the ability to knock out another fighter, especially in the case of McGregor. The fight will probably last as long as Mayweather wants it to continue, though it’s uncertain what Mayweather plans to do. He could toy with McGregor and give the fans something to watch, or he could walk away with a nine-figure check for just a couple minutes of work.

Mayweather went into his first retirement after knocking out Ricky Hatton in 2007. He won 25 of his first 39 fights by early stoppage.

Mayweather has +3300 odds to end things in the first round, followed by +2500 for a second-round knockout and +2000 odds for a third-round knockout. His odds of winning in any of the next nine rounds vary between +1000 and +1600 odds.

If McGregor is going to somehow defeat Mayweather, it’s going to happen to be with a knockout. His only prayer is to catch the undefeated boxer with the left hand that has made him so dominant in UFC. McGregor has +700 odds to win by knockout, technical knockout or disqualification. McGregor’s odds to win on points drop to +3300.

Most of McGregor’s UFC fights have ended early, via knockout or submission. He knocked out Eddie Alvarez in the second round of the UFC 205 main event on Nov. 12 to win the 155-pound title. Less than three months earlier, he fought to a five-round decision victory over Nate Diaz, getting redemption after tapping out to Diaz at UFC 196 on March 5, 2016.

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Only one of McGregor’s last eight fights has gone the distance, and three didn’t even go beyond the first round. At UFC 193 on Dec. 12, 2015, he defeated Jose Aldo in 13 seconds, taking him out with one punch.

The odds of a draw are set at +2500. The fight will take place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Aug. 26.