Saturday night's Pay-Per-View Boxing Mega-Fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor will net an estimated $700 million dollars in revenue between ticket and PPV orders sales, according to estimates.

The bout is running $89 (standard definition) and $99 (HD) per household, and millions of fans are willing to shell out that money to take in the highly anticipated clash of two of the brashest brawlers in the fight game - an MMA champion in McGregror, and an undefeated boxer (49-0) in Mayweather.

In case you were wondering what would happen if McGregor instinctually kneed, elbowed or choked Mayweather during the fight? The 29-year-old reigning UFC Lightweight Champion would forfeit all of his estimated $50-$100 million purse.

And, in case you were wondering, Mayweather projected his cut would be as much as $300 million in an interview with Fox Business News.

And it's all because millions and millions of fans are willing to pay to see it.

Frank Christiano, owner of Tony's Pizzeria and Sports Bar in Washington Mills, has long been a supporter off MMA and organized several local amateur MMA bouts before New York legalized the sport on a professional level. Tony's in Washington Mills is hosting the event on Saturday night and is one of a few local establishments willing to pay the huge price-tag that comes with hosting the Mayweather-McGregor fight.  A business' PPV cost is determined by it's capacity, Christiano says. Depending on when a business ordered the fight, it could be paying $30 or more, per seat of capacity.

At Tony's in Washington Mills, advance sale tickets are $20, and $25 at the door. BBG's on Commercial Drive is also hosting Mayweather-McGregor. The cost is $35 and includes light picky foods.

Frank Christiano talks MMA, hosting PPV events and a crazy conspiracy theory: