Anthony Joshua became a two-time word heavyweight champion by exacting revenge over Andy Ruiz Jr in dominant fashion with a unanimous points victory in a tense rematch in Saudi Arabia.
Joshua tipped the scales at 16 stone 13 lbs, cutting fully 10 pounds from when he first fought Ruiz in NY in June.
According to ESPN's Dan Rafael, 283.7 lbs is the heaviest that Ruiz has weighed in at during his 10-year career since he ballooned to the mid-290s for his first two professional fights.
There is wind and rain at the open-air 15,000-capacity Diriyah Arena - but fights are going ahead.
Copa America draw reveals path to glory
The Socceroos' opening match will be against 15-time Copa America champions Uruguay and its star striker Luis Suarez on June 13. Argentina last won the Copa America in 1993 and the nation is desperate to finally get their hands on the trophy once again.
Andy Ruiz Jr suffered a cut above his eye in the opening round.
The previously undefeated British fighter, Joshua, had his moments early in the pairs first encounter. That Ruiz has come in even heavier five months later was surprising. The bout was far more memorable than the odds would have suggested, as Ruiz Jr. was able to knock Joshua down four times before the referee had seen enough.
Joshua told Sky Sports: "He's a big lad - they should make a super-heavyweight division because it's such a vast difference".
It was Joshua's skill and finesse (although he crashed a right hand home in the final round) that ultimately made him a two-time heavyweight champion, joining esteemed company such as Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson and Lennox Lewis in reigning again after suffering defeat.