Watch all the Greatest Sporting Moments
Make sure you catch all the upcoming major sporting events live at Wests on our 160″ Big LED Screen in the Bambu Lounge. Don’t miss out on that amazing sporting moment that will make history – see it first, at Wests; The Home of Sport. Enjoy our signature Footy Fever Share Platter at each large sporting event exclusively at Wests with crumbed chicken tenderloins, panko calamari, bruschetta, prawn cutlets and chips.
UFC214 Cormier v Jones II
The UFC returns to Anaheim, California in July for an exciting card headlined by a Light Heavyweight Title fight between former Champion Jon Jones and current 2015-pound King Daniel Cormier. The two once brawled in the lobby of the MGM Grand during a UFC media day, but beyond that, Jones and Cormier are two of the best mixed martial artists on Earth and won’t disappoint when it comes to fighting inside the Octagon.
Watch UFC 214 live Wests on the 160″ Big Screen or in our Sports Bar on Sunday 30th July from 12pm, all the way from Honda Center in Anaheim, California. Show us you’re interested via our Facebook event.
The kick off for the 2017 Super Rugby competition is on with a full round of action starting in Melbourne when the Rebels take on the Blues. The 2017 Super Rugby competition will be the second year featuring a new expanded format, with 18 teams from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina and Japan all taking part. There will be 17 rounds, with each team to play six matches against their inter-conference rivals and nine against sides from the rest of the draw.
The teams that contest the finals will be the winners of each conference as well as four wildcards, the remaining teams with the most competition points. The qualifying finals will begin in late July and the Super Rugby Final is scheduled for Saturday 5th August.
Watch the Round 1 live at Wests in our Sports Bar or on the 160″ Big Screen. See the complete fixtures and results here.
Mayweather v McGregor
Legendary fighter Floyd Mayweather, 40, is coming out of retirement for the blockbuster scrap. Mayweather has been heard saying “McGregor is a tough competitor. People all around the world demanded this fight so I had to give them what they wanted to see”. Mayweather is expected to bank around $252 Million from the fight, with McGregor set to earn around $131 Million.
This could very much be the biggest fight in history, breaking records across the Octagon. A sure fight not to miss. Watch Mayweather v McGregor at Wests on the 160″ Big Screen or in our Sports Bar on Sunday 27th August from 12pm, all the way from MGM Grand, Las Vegas. Show us you’re interested via our Facebook event.