Judah, battered and bloodied by round ten, hit Mayweather with a blatant low blow followed by a hard shot to the back of the head. At that point, Mayweather's trainer, Roger Mayweather, entered the ring to protest Judah's foul tactics. Judah's trainer, Yoel Judah, then entered the ring and took a swing at Roger Mayweather. Zab jumped in and threw a few sucker punches as well. By then the ring was filled with the corners of both fighters as well as numerous security personnel. All the while, Mayweather waited patiently in his corner. It took several minutes for order to be restored and Roger Mayweather was ejected from Floyd's corner for the remainder of the fight (and will likely face a suspension).
Once the fight finally resumed, Mayweather put the finishing touches on what had become a one-sided bout. The judges all scored for Mayweather: 116-112, 117-111 and 119-109. After the fight, Mayweather claimed to have hurt his right hand early in the bout. Promoter Don King also argued in vain that Mayweather should have been disqualified as soon as Roger Mayweather entered the ring. Fortunately for fight fans, King did not get his way on this night.