The highly anticipated fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and MMA fighter Conor McGregor went down Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Although the fight was delayed due to pay-per-view issues, it didn’t stop Mayweather from emerging as the victor of 10 rounds of grueling combat by TKO. Interestingly enough, the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight experienced the same issue in 2015 in which Mayweather also won in a 12-round decision…. coincidence or no? Either way Pretty Boy Floyd improved his record to 50-0, earned at least $100 million from this fight, and announced his retirement to fans stating, “this is my last fight ladies and gentlemen, for sure.” Among other things he remarked that McGregor was a worthy adversary for his last hoorah and complimented his fighting skills when he admitted that he did not think McGregor would be as good as he was. Money Mayweather ends his professional boxing career undefeated and has his promoter business as another venture to focus on. His retirement announcement last night wasn’t the first time he’s made that declaration, so I’m not sold that the last bout we’ll see from him was with a mixed martial artist.