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Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano fought a hugely entertaining fight on a historic night at Madison Square Garden, and Jake Paul certainly got excited in the final 30 seconds.
Taylor and Serrano's fight was always going to go down in history as the biggest fight in the history of boxing, and the first time two women had headlined the main room at MSG.
The pair sold out the venue and came out to a raucous mixed crowd in New York, but things were only to get better as the women put on a great fight.
The fifth and 10th rounds in particular were incredible spectacles and at ringside both Paul and Eddie Hearn, who had a $1 million bet on the fight, were getting very excited as the fight reached its finale.
Paul was promoting Serrano, with Hearn doing the same for Taylor, and he was spotted jumping up and down and shouting at his fighter bellowing 'And NEW!' at one point.
Matchroom boss Hearn was clearly the more nervous man, with his fighter looking to hold onto five lightweight titles that she held going into the fight.
He had nothing to worry about as Taylor won the incredible fight on a split decision, after fighting back from the fifth round where she was battered by the American.
The Irish half of the crowd were ecstatic at the 2012 Olympic champion winning the fight and they could have more to cheers in the coming months.
After winning, the 35-year-old, who has never had a professional fight on home soil, called for a rematch at Croke Park, saying, "We all want to see the best vs the best. Yeah, absolutely, a rematch would be absolutely phenomenal.
"If it was in Dublin, we could sell out Croke Park, if you think the atmosphere was special here tonight, imagine the rematch in front of 80,000 people in Croke Park. Absolutely amazing."
Hearn said that fight could happen at the 'back end of the summer,' but Paul is set to be inside the ring again before Serrano goes to Ireland.
The YouTuber, turned boxer who fights other people who aren't boxers, will be having his sixth professional fight on August 13th, despite his fellow promoter telling him he'll never be world champion.
Paul could finally face an actual boxer, with Tyson Fury's younger brother Tommy expected to be the opponent for the American social media star.
Fury and Paul were meant to fight at the end of last year, before the Brit, who made a name for himself on Love Island, had to pull out due to injury.
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