Tonight Manny Pacquiao won almost every round on his way to winning a fight against the much bigger Antonio Margarito.
It was a tough fight and Manny had to fight all 12 rounds to beat the tough Mexican. But he was in command the whole fight. So what does that tell us about last night and for the future?
Here are the 10 things I think we learned.
The normally unflappable Roach was livid in the locker room before the fight.
I don't know if it was the gamesmanship, the Parkinson's video or the fact that Freddie never thought Margarito shouldn't been allowed to fight again after being caught with loaded gloves before the Mosley fight, but Freddie was not about to put up with any shenanigans from the Margarito camp.
And his displeasure with them was obvious.
Manny admitted as much in the post-fight interview.
Manny is one of the few truly honest fighters out there and he said he was hurt by punches in the body and in the head when Margarito got him on the ropes. So, I guess he isn't really Superman.
But just as when Mayweather got hurt by Mosley last spring, Manny survived and won the fight.
After watching the Cowboys stink up the field all year a lot of people thought Cowboys Stadium was too big to be noisy.
But the crowd last night proved that the stadium isn't the problem—the Cowboys are.
They asked him three times if he wanted to quit. No way.
Margarito proved he had heart last night.
Manny was just too fast for Margarito.
Only Money May can handle Manny's speed, if anyone can.
Good undercard. Good fight. Great venue. A superstar at the top of his game.
That's all it takes.
As much as I would love to see Manny keep going up and eventually fight the Klitschkos. This is the top weight Manny can fight at and compete.
Actually, welterweight is really it.
Between the two, they have cleaned out the welterweight division. Unless one of them wants to go up and challenge the winner of Williams-Martinez, there isn't anyone else to fight.
And let's face it. Floyd at 5'8" and Manny at 5'7" are both a little small for those two.
And the money wouldn't be right for such a tough fight.
Nothing else to really say.
A legacy fight between the two best fighters of the last 10 years. We all want to see it. HBO needs to make it happen.