Too fast...too slick...Floyd Mayweather Jr. was just too much for Arturo Gatti. After six rounds, Buddy McGirt had seen enough. Floyd Mayweather Jr. dominated from the beginning landing everything in the book. There was a knockdown in the first round when Mayweather took advantage as Gatti let down his guard expecting the ref to break them up. From there, Mayweather took over. Gatti was unable to mount any type of offense as Mayweather raked him with fast combinations and eluded with slick defense. Although Gatti was game and kept coming forward, Mayweather was just too fast and was able to land just about every punch he threw. Both of Gatti's eyes started swelling early. In the sixth round, Mayweather hurt Gatti with vicious body shots and unloaded on him towards the end of the round leaving Gatti to just cover up. McGirt had seen enough and chose not to send Gatti out for further punishment despite his request for "one more round." With the win, Mayweather becomes the new WBC jr. welterweight champion and improves his record to 34-0 (23 KOs).