"The Fight of the Century" was just a typical Floyd Mayweather Jr. fight.
Mayweather made sure of that Saturday night, dominating Manny Pacquiao and cruising to a unanimous decision win (118-110, 116-112, 116-112) at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas to improve to 48-0 and unify boxing's welterweight titles.
Five years in the making of hype culminated with Mayweather doing what he have seen him do throughout his whole career—run an efficient boxing clinic minus the fireworks. Mayweather used his five-inch reach advantage to keep Pacquiao on the outside, stinging him with his jab and responding to any Pacman flurries with counter punches—a lot of them.
Mayweather landed 148 total punches to Pacquiao's 81, despite Pacman walking into the ring known as the busier puncher.
"I outboxed him," Mayweather said. "He never figured out my jab and my right hand."
After winning arguably the biggest fight of his career, Mayweather promised that his final bout would take place in September.
Pacquiao faded in the middle to late in this fight, but shockingly still thought he won the mega bout.
"I thought I won the fight," Pacquiao said after the fight. "He didn't do nothing."
The fight drew celebrities such as Michael Jordan, Diddy, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Magic Johnson, Charles Barkley, 50 Cent, Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington.
Hilariously, Jimmy Kimmel helped walk Pacquiao out to the ring dressed as Justin Bieber. The Biebs was once again in Mayweather's corner.