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McGregor vs. Hurricane Harvey, who’ll emerge victorious? As McGregor’s about to beat Floyd Mayweather, Hurricane Harvey’s pummeling the Texas coastline. The live video below proves McGregor’s no match for the hurricane’s fury. Preparing to watch the McGregor fight is easy. But preparing for a natural disaster like Hurricane Harvey is a whole different story.

McGregor vs. Hurricane Harvey: Staying Safe in the Storm

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What to Expect

President Trump just said “I have spoken w/ @GovAbbott of Texas and @LouisianaGov Edwards.” He also tweeted before noon, “Closely monitoring #HurricaneHarvey developments & here to assist as needed.”

Hurricane season is no laughing matter. Tropical storms and other weather-related disasters have led to a lot of destruction in the U.S.

Previous hurricanes like Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy affected thousands of people. They also caused billions of dollars in damages. While McGregor prepares to KO Mayweather Jr, you should also prepare for strong winds, heavy rain, floodwaters, and other hazards occurring over the weekend.

How to Prepare for McGregor vs. Hurricane Harvey

Since you’ve probably tuned into predictions and discussions of McGregor’s fight, you should also probably tune into your local weather station. Or, check websites like Weather.com for updates on the hurricane and listen ot the National Weather Service. They’ll tell you about wind speeds, inches of rain, and other information. Updates will help you determine whether it’s safer to remain at home, or evacuate to a safer place. Updates will also help you make better decisions for you, your family, and your properties. Also, familiarize yourself with your town and city’s disaster preparedness plan. They might have early warning systems, evacuation routes, and other processes to help you during the storm.

In general, even before a hurricane, you should keep a few things in mind. Get your go-bag and emergency survival kit ready. These kits should contain supplies and necessities to last you during and after the hurricane. They should contain things like water, medicine, batteries, non-perishable food, and other things you can’t do without. There are plenty of other resources online to help you make your kit.

Also, you shouldn’t be the only one prepared. If you have a family, make sure they’re prepared as well. Create an emergency communication plan so you and your family know how to help each other during a disaster.

Securing Your House

Securing Your House | McGregor vs. Hurricane Harvey

McGregor prepares for the fight by knowing Mayweather Jr’s weaknesses. So, you should also prepare for the storm by knowing the weaknesses of your environment. Assess your house and lot to see if there are any weak spots vulnerable to the winds and rain. Put all your outside furniture in your house so they don’t get destroyed. Unclog any drains and pipes so you won’t get much water damage from the rain. Trim any branches and framed or hanging objects so they don’t fall during the storm. And, know the locations of your circuit breakers and utility cutoffs, so you can turn off gas, water, or electricity if the need arises. Yes, this could mean shutting off the power during the McGregor fight. But in the battle of McGregor vs. Hurricane Harvey, the storm will probably overcome the man.

Where to Go

If the local government, coast guard, or weather station doesn’t make any evacuation announcements, stay indoors! Close and shutter all doors and windows, and stay in a small, safe room with your supplies. Keep away from places where the rain or wind might seep in. If it starts to flood, move to an elevated place. That’s why you should know the evacuation routes in Houston, Texas, or wherever you are. When you hear an announcement from the National Weather Service, coast guard, or any other important agency, prepare to leave your house and bring only the necessities.

Beating Hurricane Harvey

In the fight between McGregor vs. Hurricane Harvey, you should wind up winner in the end. Natural disasters don’t give way to a solar eclipse, Super Bowl, boxing match, or any big event. So, knowing what to do before, during, and after a storm or any other disaster will keep you safe and help you win in the end.

Still not sure about who’s stronger between McGregor vs. Hurricane Harvey? Watch this video below:

Raising the Tri-colour with pride ☘ Thank you to all the fans who showed up at the weigh ins! Tomorrow we go to war.

A post shared by Conor McGregor Official (@thenotoriousmma) on

McGregor vs Hurricane Harvey

McGregor vs. Hurricane Harvey seems like a difficult fight to watch. But with the right preparation and information, you can beat the storm and keep yourself safe.

Do you have any more questions about McGregor vs. Hurricane Harvey? Then comment them below!

Up Next: Hurricane Shelters: What You Must Know

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in August 2017. It has been updated for relevance and further information.




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  1. Lyle Lydick

    August 26, 2017 at 12:04 AM

    Hell Yes Go to the woods

  2. PJ Pires

    August 26, 2017 at 6:19 AM

    McGregor can change the game forever if he wins.

    • Bobby Tucker

      August 26, 2017 at 2:04 PM

      I think he’s gonna hurt Mayweather.

      • Anonymous

        August 27, 2017 at 2:43 AM

        LoL What a Joke.. !!

  3. Anonymous

    August 26, 2017 at 11:27 AM

    have a 2003 chevy tahoe with 367,000 miles on it. great vehicle!

  4. Leo Schoenauer

    August 26, 2017 at 5:49 PM

    it’s a Crazy America, right now………………………..

  5. Aaron Petty

    August 26, 2017 at 7:16 PM

    What Trump will do, What ever will get him the most positive Press and make people think that he cares, or whatever gets him higher ratings in the Press or on TV, Trump cares about one thing and one thing only Himself and what benefits him, He is a Selfish self serving Scavenging piece of Scum

    • Randy Minnick

      August 26, 2017 at 8:50 PM

      If you would do your homework instead of just carrying your books to school and vomiting the loony left’s un-American and peaceless agenda, you wouldn’t look like an uneducated fool in public. You win the dunce cap.

      • Tim Sanders

        August 27, 2017 at 10:34 AM

        Odd…you only leave a comment but no refutation of the comment you address. Everyone has an opinion and an a–hole and they both stink. Next time, leave some educated notation of where you get your information that has NO ties to published FAR RIGHT, TEA PARTY publishers. Prove your assertions. As it stands now, you “look” like the uneducated fool in public, only the dunce cap is up your a–.

    • Miss E

      August 27, 2017 at 12:30 AM

      I carried my books to school for years and completed all my homework. Worked hard and earned myself a graduate degree. I don’t call people names but I agree with Aaron. This president does not put the people first. Peace…what is your definition of peace? Everyone that is not on Trump’s side is supposed to sit down and shut up? That is the most unAmerican stance I have ever heard. If our ancestors that did not agree with the King had sat down like good little boys and girls and followed along with the English ruler there would be no America today. Never forget Americans value and cherish free speech. Just because someone doesn’t agree with you don’t lower yourself to name calling and demeaning them. Who really is looking uneducated in public? Educated folks know how to say I guess we agree to disagree.

  6. Anonymous

    August 26, 2017 at 7:18 PM

    So True

  7. Anonymous

    August 29, 2017 at 2:07 PM

    The comments are from fuckin idiots

  8. Anonymous

    September 1, 2017 at 12:36 PM

    Please unsubscribe to this nonsense!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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