Floyd Mayweather Jr. didn't win a lot of fans with all his trash talking leading up to his bout with Arturo Gatti ... but he certainly backed it up in the ring. Mayweather took the WBC super lightweight title by giving Gatti a vicious, one-sided beating in front of a stunned pro-Gatti crowd in Atlantic City. Mayweather's virtuoso performance gave credence to his claim to the top of boxing's pound-for pound list (though Bernard Hopkins can certainly make his own case). Gatti couldn't handle Mayweather's speed and by the end of the sixth round his eyes were swollen shut and he was taking far too much punishment, so his corner mercifully stopped the bout. After the fight, Gatti said he would continue his career but move up to the welterweight division. With his victory, Mayweather may finally start getting the big paydays he feels he has long deserved, with possible opponents such as Ricky Hatton, Miguel Cotto, Zab Judah, Shane Mosley and Oscar De La Hoya.