Forget Mayweather v Pacquiao - this fight was really all about the celebrities
The frankly ludicrous price of tickets along with the hype and anticipation of this fight meant that Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao's bout was always going to be a fairly unedifying celeb fest.
And sure enough, all across Hollywood, A-listers stopped whatever vague eastern philosophy they now live their lives by and jetted out to vegas to watch two men with a combined age of 73 punch each other in the face for 36 minutes.
Here's who made the trip ...
Jay-Z and Beyonce were there.
But this wasn't all about them. Definitely not.
Justin Bieber was there, obvs.
And being such a huge, huge fight fan (he also likes boxing) he needed some one-on-one time with Mayweather in the locker room before the fight.
Jake Gyllenhaal wasn't going to miss this one.
And was determined to look as moody as possible
Paris Hilton was there, reminding everyone that had the fight taken place several years ago like it should have she would have she would have had a lot more currency as a celebrity (and probably would have been sitting a lot closer to the ring).
Robert De Niro was there too. But he's allowed because of Raging Bull.
The same rules apply for Clint Eastwood.
While Andre Agassi used his 'born and raised in Las Vegas' card to get him and Steffi Graf some ringside beauties.
Lewis Hamilton managed to get his hat in without a ticket.
Denzel Washington was there, dressed as he would have been had he been at one of the great fights of the late 1970s.
And it wouldn't be a major sporting event without Nicky Minaj's presence.
Donald Trump was there. And so was his hair.