Floyd Mayweather beat Conor McGregor in the 10th round of an entertaining contest at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The referee stepped in to end the contest as Mayweather moved forward to knock out his struggling opponent.
But McGregor started the stronger of the two in the much-anticipated bout.
Sportsmail‘s Jeff Powell was ringside at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, so how did he score the megafight compared to the official judges?
The official scorecards: All three judges had Mayweather ahead of McGregor when the fight was stopped in the 10th round – the scores at that stage were 87-83, 89-82 and 89-81
Mayweather knocked McGregor’s confidence as the fight wore on as he landed some big shots before the bout was stopped by the referee in the 10th round
McGregor’s unorthodox style led to Mayweather boxing with caution in the early rounds
Judge Dave Moretti gave the first three rounds to McGregor but had the fight scored 87-83 in Mayweather’s favour.
Judge Burt Clements scored the fight overwhelmingly in Mayweather’s favour at 89-82, while Money Man was ahead 89-81 on Judge Guido Cavalleri’s card.
Proud Irishman McGregor enters the ring with his country’s flag ahead of the bout
Mayweather dressed to intimidate before the fight, wearing a balaclava as he entered the ring
McGregor appeared tense before the fight but previously admitted to nerves before bouts
Mayweather was a picture of calm in his changing room as he had his hands taped up