Boxing fans are way past ready for a fight, they know should have happened four or five years ago. Fans know the fighters and the history. They might even have a little $$ on the line. Well, these fans are already getting the fight on PPV or they’re seeing it at a friend’s. If you happen to find yourself going to a friend’s place and you don’t know too much about this fight, HBO has created a little primer and preview video — see below — to catch you up.

If you’re not so lucky to know somebody who’s getting the fight on PPV or you just want to see the fight out in a bar, here are a few options for you to consider. Remember, the fight is Saturday, May 2nd, 6pm and know that you’ll pay an entry fee. But what else would you expect to see the “fight of the century.”

Rouge | Nick’s Crispy Tacos
Van Ness/Polk Gulch
1500 Broadway St – $15 – $500 more info

Drake Lounge
508 4th St – $25 – $55 more info

Hooter’s – San Bruno
Tanforan Mall
1150 El Camino Real – $30 more info

Irish Times Bar
Financial District
500 Sacramento St – $30 more info

The Brick Yard
Cow Hollow
1787 Union St – $30 – $75 more info

Inner Sunset
834 Irving St, (415) 564-6626 – $30

Abbey Tavern
Inner Richmond
4100 Geary – $35 more info

Condor Club
North Beach
560 Broadway St – $35 – $100 more info

Danny Coyle’s
Lower Haight
668 Haight St, (415) 558-8375 – $40

Eastside West
3154 Fillmore St – $40 – $320 more info

Kezar Pub
Upper Haight
770 Stanyan St, (415) 386-9292 – $40 b4 6pm, $50 after

San Francisco Center/Metreon
175 Fourth St – $50 more info

Gold Club
650 Howard St – $50 – $100 more info

Taco Shop @ Underdogs
1824 Irving St – $50 more info

The San Francisco Athletic Club
Lower Pacific Heights
1750 Divisadero St – $50 more info

Sunset Reservoir Brewing Company
Outer Sunset
1735 Noriega St – $100 more info

So, now you’ve got a few options. Your plans are formulating. What else could you want?

Is it too much to ask for an amazing fight?