Floyd Mayweather dismantled
Manny Pacquiao and increased his undefeated record in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
The American never looked troubled throughout the bout as he danced around the ring, limiting Pacquiao to harmless single jabs from distance.
Each judge gave Mayweather the win on points by a margin of four points or more, with one judge awarding Pacquiao just two rounds.
He's called the Money Man for a reason and the 38-year-old will now take home $179,808,511 (£116,554,424) as opposed to Pacquiao who earned $119,872,340 (£77,702,949) on the night.
The purse for the fight was set at $300million (£194,502,705), which both boxers agreed be split 60/40 in the American's favour prior to the fight.
Over the 12 rounds, Mayweather earned $4,994,681 per minute of action, with Pacquiao earning $3,329,787 per minute.
That means that by the end of the first round, Mayweather had already amassed $14,984,043 - almost $5m more than Pacquiao's haul of $9,989,362.