Celebrities graced the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas as Canelo Alvarez babysat Gennady Golovkin on Saturday night in Las Vegas.
Alvarez won the fight via unanimous decision to remain the undisputed super middleweight champion.
Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry was in attendance with former teammate and Mexican-American NBA player Juan Toscano-Anderson, now of the Los Angeles Lakers.
Divisive actor and comedian Dave Chapelle was also in the arena, spotted wearing dark sunglasses to match his black leather jacket and dark green button-up.
UFC commentator and podcast host Joe Rogan made the short trip from UFC 60, which was held at the UFC Apex facility and ended just before the main event.
Michael B. Jordan, best known for his on-screen boxing in the Creed film series, watched as two of boxing’s youngest greats collided.
Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis was also seen in the crowd before his team faced the Arizona Cardinals at nearby Allegiant Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The Davis Raiders lost their first game of the season to AFC West rivals Los Angeles and will be desperate to avoid a 2-0 start, much like the Cardinals.
Alvarez and Golovkin had met twice up until Saturday night, the first time in 2017 when Canelo walked away with a lucky two-decision draw.
A large majority of viewers had actually called this fight in favor of Golovkin.
Their second encounter, following the first and held at the T-Mobile Arena, was just as contentious, with Canelo earning a majority decision victory in what again felt tough for the middleweights.
Their third encounter – and what looks like the last fight – is between Alvarez and Golovkin, with the Mexican now holding a 2-0-1 record against the Kazakh as the chapter closes.