According to the The Daily Audible the lines for the fight closed at Mayweather -350 and McGregor +265.
LIVE BOXING RESULTS: MAYWEATHER VS. MCGREGOR
Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Conor McGregor
McGregor came out aggressive like everyone could have expected– throwing more in the first round than Mayweather. McGregor’s unorthodox style quickly began to show in the second round.
In the early rounds, McGregor threw more but wasn’t able to land anything substantial. Mayweather began to let his hands go in Round 6, landing some powerful shots. Mayweather found his rhythm and took Round 7.
Mayweather did exactly what he said he was going to, Mayweather walked McGregor down. Though McGregor continued to throw, Mayweather landed more power punches. McGregor did not look like he would survive Round 9.
The fight is stopped in the tenth round– Floyd Mayweather Jr. wins via TKO and improves to 50-0. This is boxing.
Gervonta Davis vs. Francisco Fonseca
Gervonta Davis (18-0, 17 KOs) and Francisco Fonseca (19-0-1, 13 KOs) were letting their hands go early. Fonseca came out aggressive but Gervonta was able to constantly catch him when he would come in. It looked as if the fight wouldn’t go past the third round but Fonseca was able to endure the punishment Gervonta unleashed on him.
As the rounds wore on, Gervonta began to taunt Fonseca– confident he was in complete control of the fight. In the later rounds, Fonseca looked to make the fight dirty. Gervonta’s superb ring movement and angles allowed to avoid taking too much punishment.
Gervonta Davis wins via knockout in the eighth round improving his record to 19-0, 18 KOs. The crowd is not happy with the decision because of the last punch which looked to be in the back of the head of Fonseca.
Nathan Cleverly vs. Badou Jack
The first round was rather uneventful until the last ten seconds when Nathan Cleverly (30-3, 16 KOs) and Badou Jack (21-1-2, 12 KOs) began throwing and landing. The action continued into the second and third rounds as both men let their hands go.
Jack turned it on in Round 4, hurting Cleverly several times throughout the round but Cleverly was able to survive. Jack continued his attack into the fifth round– he forced Cleverly against the ropes and unleashed on him. After several devastating blows, the fight was stopped by Tony Weeks. Badou Jack is the new WBA Light Heavyweight champ winning via TKO.
Andrew Tabiti vs. Steve Cunningham
In the first round, both men Andrew Tabiti (14-0, 12 KOs) and Steve Cunningham (29-8-1, 13 KOs) came out aggressive. Cunningham outworked Tabiti in the second and third rounds. Cunningham used his size and weight to overwhelm and smother Tabiti.
Cunningham continued to jump forward and smother Tabiti throughout the middle rounds. Tabiti worked to establish his left jab as the fight continued in efforts to force Cunningham to stay on the outside. Once his jab was established, he controlled the fight.
This fight went the distance– Andrew Tabiti won the bout via unanimous decision with two judges scoring the bout97-93 and the last scoring the bout 100-90. Tabiti is now (15-0, 12 KOs) and the NABF and USBA Cruiserweight Champion.
Yordenis Ugas vs. Thomas Dulorme
With no time wasted, Yordenis Ugas (19-3, 9 KOs) and Thomas Dulorme (24-2, 16 KOs) both came out of their corners throwing bombs in the first round. Ugas knocked down Dulorme twice in the second round after back and forth exchanges.
Even after the devastating shots Dulorme ate, he was able to bounce back in the middle rounds. In the sixth round, Dulorme hurt Ugas but wasn’t able to put him on the canvas. Later in Round 7, Dulorme landed a mean left hook knocking the resilient Ugas down. One point was taken away from Dulorme for low blows in the tenth and final round.
A majority of this fight was fought in the center of the ring. Both men just kept coming forward for the entirety of the fight– it was a back and forth war between two heavy hitters who refused to give up. The fight was scored 94-91 and two scorecards at 93-92, in favor of Yordenis Ugas.
Juan Heraldez vs. Jose Miguel Borrego
Both Juan Heraldez (12-0, 8 KOs) and Jose Miguel Borrego (13-0, 12 KOs) started out slow in the beginning rounds. Up until Round 4, it looked as if both fighters were worried about opening themselves up to the possibility of getting knocked out.
As the later rounds wore on, Borrego established himself as the aggressor and was able to land the cleaner, more punishing shots. Though Borrego seemed to take control of the fight, Heraldez was still able to land damaging flurries and occasional stunning jabs.
Borrego knocked Heraldez down in the ninth round– Heraldez was hurt but held on to survive the round. Borrego looked hungry to finish Heraldez in the final round but also took punishment with his constant forward pressure.
The bout was scored a unanimous decision victory in favor of Juan Heraldez, improving his record to 13-0, 8 KOs. The crowd did not agree with this decision.
Kevin Newman II vs. Mark Anthony Hernandez
In the early rounds of this bout, it was very much back and forth– neither fighter was able to land anything too devastating. Hernandez (9-1, 2 KOs) applied pressure throughout a majority of the fight and landed the cleaner shots.
Hernandez was able to pull off the unanimous decision victory over the previously unbeaten Kevin Newman (7-0-1, 3 KOs). One judge scored the bout 57-56 and the two others scored the bout 59-54.
Savannah Marshall vs. Sydney LeBlanc
Savannah Marshall was the aggressor in this fight. Marshall consistently walked Sydney LeBlanc (4-3-1) down and forced her up against the ropes. Marshall was able to control the pace of the entire fight by using her left jab, followed by quick combinations. Marshall used angles on defense which made it extremely difficult for LeBlanc to land cleanly.
After four rounds of boxing, all three judges scored the bout 40-36 in favor of Savannah Marshall. This was Marshall’s pro debut and she is now 1-0.