UFC superstar Conor McGregor's professional boxing debut quickly become one of the year's most highly anticipated combat sporting events. "Notorious" went toe-to-toe with undefeated pugilist legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. on Aug. 26. Fights fans from around the world tuned in for the exciting event, as Mayweather vs. McGregor broke the pay-per-view sales record previously held by Mayweather vs. Pacquiao. That being said, the experience was not great for all involved.\r\n\r\nShowtime has since been hit with a series of class action lawsuits, as many fight fans had difficulty streaming the hefty $99.95 live broadcast of the fight online. Now it would appear that Showtime's recent litigation has been granted an arbitration.\r\n\r\nAs reported by MMA Junkie, plaintiff Victor Mallh agreed to resolve the dispute with Showtime outside of the courtroom.\r\n\r\nDenise Cote, a U.S. District Judge in the Southern District of New York, was not convinced by Mallh's case that Showtime had not properly shown PPV purchasers their rights.\r\n\r\nShe stated, \u201cBecause notice of the arbitration clause and class-action waiver was reasonably conspicuous and Mallh unambiguously manifested assent, Showtime\u2019s motion to compel arbitration is granted."