Showtime's parent company Viacom released the preliminary numbers yesterday and "The One: Mayweather vs. Canelo" ranked as the highest-grossing pay-per-view of all time, with nearly $150 million in U.S.revenue reported to date.
It is only one of two post-fight broadcasts you can see on Showtime in the next few days.
Tomorrow, Saturday September 21 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT watch the replay of the controversial split decision in Floyd Mayweather's favor.
On Wednesday September 25 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT catch the epilogue of the All Access series.
It doesn't matter that you know the way the bout ended, because All Access is about behind-the-scenes plot lines and with Floyd Mayweather, you are never disappointed.
You may not appreciate the way he struts around waving bills at the cameras or how he has an entourage that has to learn to live on his time clock, which seems to be nocturnal. It is never not entertaining.
If Floyd Mayweather, Jr. wasn't already the most confident athlete in the world, nothing that occurred in the ring last weekend will change that.
The uproar over the only ringside judge to score the bout anything but a clear cut victory for Money May caused her to step away from her profession for a while.
C.J. Ross, who scored the bout 114-114 wrote to the Las Vegas Sun, who published her statement.""I will be taking some time off from boxing but will keep in touch."
Mayweather's victory is now complete.