Watch: Budweiser manufactures custom ‘Cowboy’ beer cans ahead of UFC 246

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Former featherweight and lightweight UFC champion Conor McGregor is set to fight Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone at UFC 246 which will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The hype around this fight is extremely high as it is for every McGregor fight. It’s going to be one of the highest-selling fights of the year and advertisers and sponsors couldn’t be more happy by the return of the Irishmen.

Cowboy Budweiser

Not only McGregor but even Cowboy Cerrone is banking big from his sponsors ahead of the big fight. Budweiser which is one of the highest-selling beer brands in the United States is also a sponsor for Donald Cerrone and they have released special edition cans with the Cowboy’s name and face printed on it.

Brett Okamoto of ESPN got hold of these cans with cans and revealed that Budweiser will sell these all around in Las Vegas during fight week.

“So check this outttt. Budweiser ( @budweiserusa ) made a special Cowboy Can for Cerrone ( @Cowboycerrone ) that will be sold all week in Las Vegas. We got it on camera for a video that will be released this week. Your move proper 12 ( @TheNotoriousMMA, @ProperWhiskey ).” Okamoto posted on his Instagram account.

I want all of the blue collar American working class people to know that I’m out there fighting for them,” printed on the cans.

UFC 246 Fight Card:

170 lbs.: Conor McGregor vs. Donald Cerrone
135 lbs.: Holly Holm vs. Raquel Pennington
155 lbs.: Diego Ferreira vs. Anthony Pettis
145 lbs.: Maycee Barber vs. Roxanne Modafferi
155 lbs.: Drew Dober vs. Nasrat Haqparast
145 lbs.: Grant Dawson vs. Chas Skelly
265 lbs.: Maurice Greene vs. Aleksei Oleinik
115 lbs.: Claudia Gadelha vs. Alexa Grasso
145 lbs.: Andre Fili vs. Sodiq Yusuff
125 lbs.: Askar Askarov vs. Tim Elliott
135 lbs.: Brian Kelleher vs. Ode Osbourne
125 lbs.: J.J. Aldrich vs. Sabina Mazo

What do you guys think about the fight? Who is going to win between Conor McGregor and Cowboy?

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