It was billed as "The Fight of the Century."

But, it was 12 rounds of sparring.

That's what over 3.5 million households purchased on Saturday night for a record $99.99 on pay per view to witness Floyd Mayweather defeat Manny Pacquiao via unanimous decision.

Aside from a few rounds, Pacquiao was more worried about being seen with the likes of Jimmy Kimmel and taking selfies on his way to the ring than he was beating Mayweather.

The Sports Bash with Mike Gill caught up with two of ESPN's boxing analysts who were present in Las Vegas for the fight in Teddy Atlas and Dan Rafael.

Atlas compared to atmosphere to that of a "CEO or hedgefund convention" with some of the who's who in attendance. The likes of Michael Jordan, Tom Brady and Jay-Z were ringside.

Rafael wasnt surprised with the outcome as he's seen plenty of Mayweather fights in his day and knows that's just how "Money" likes to fight.

Still, Mayweather improved to 48-0 and told reporters that he'll honor the remaining fight on his Showtime contract before hanging his gloves up for good.

Pacquiao on the other hand could decide for surgery to improve an injured right shoulder before ultimately getting back in the ring.

Was it the fight of the century?

Atlas and Rafael discuss below:

Teddy Atlas:

Dan Rafael: