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1 hospitalized after fight night shooting near Tropicana

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Police say one person was wounded in an after-midnight shooting that marred a busy night on the Las Vegas Strip following the Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao boxing event.

Officer Laura Meltzer said Sunday the victim's injuries weren't believed to be life-threatening following the 12:30 a.m. shooting near the Tropicana resort.

An assailant wasn't identified, and no arrest was immediately made.

Meltzer reported no unrest or major criminal incidents overnight at casinos, clubs and venues packed with thousands of revelers in the hours following the Mayweather-Pacquiao bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

A tally of arrests wasn't immediately available.

Meltzer said the fatal stabbing of a woman reported Saturday afternoon at a home several miles southwest of the Strip wasn't believed to be related to fight events.

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Mayweather defeats Pacquiao in richest fight ever

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A chance at winning a $180 million payday is enough to put anyone on edge, but not champion fighter Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

Cementing his legacy as the best of his generation, Mayweather won the welterweight title in a unanimous decision over Manny Pacquiao Saturday night.

Despite boos from a pro-Pacquiao crowd at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, all three judges scorecards revealed that Mayweather (48-0) danced, ducked, peppered and jabbed victory in the ring against Pacquiao (57-6-2). 

PHOTOS: Mayweather defeats Pacquiao in 'fight of the century'

Fight crowd around MGM Grand expected to be bustling

LAS VEGAS -- The streets outside the MGM Grand are teaming with fans for Saturday's megafight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao.

Fans of both fighters are trying to get close to the action even though many of them do not have tickets to the fight.

"Everyone has their day. I think today Pacquiao's going to have his day and Mayweather is going to be humbled today," said Pacquiao fan Raudel Flores.

Fans of Mayweather had there opinions as well.

"I'm tired of him pretending that he's so positive. You're talking about my man, you know, money. Money never lost. You can't talk bad about someone who never lost," said a Mayweather fan.

A lot of money is expected to be brought in from the fight.

A man was spotted selling unlicensed Money Team apparel and was shut down by undercover Metro Police officers.

Nissan Cotton said he made about $3,000 selling hats before his illegal business was shut down.

Metro, NHP has plan in place to deal with fight crowd

LAS VEGAS -- On Saturday night, Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquaio will enter into the big ring for what's being called the biggest fight of the century.

The event is being held at the MGM Grand Arena, but the impact will be felt across the Las Vegas valley, especially on the roads.

However, Metro will have a heavy police presence in place, along with a plan to keep everything under control.

“You are going to see a lot of officers in the area, and the officers will be seen and unseen because some will be plain clothes officers ,” said Officer Larry Hadfield, Metro Police. “We're also going to utilizing real-time crime cameras in the area, so we're looking to go ahead and stomp out any problems before they get started.”

As for valley roadways, there will be heavy traffic delays, especially on Las Vegas Boulevard and other roads leading up to the Strip. Nevada Highway Patrol says it plans to triple the amount of troopers on the roads.

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Mayweather and Pacquiao both make weight at official weigh-in

LAS VEGAS -- Both fighters in the so-called "Fight of the Century" have made weight at the official weigh-in Friday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. weighed-in at 146 pounds and challenger Manny Pacquiao weighed in at 145 pounds. Boxing experts said they expect Mayweather to re-hydrate and have about a seven or eight pound advantage during the fight.

Boxing's welterweight division requires a fighter to weigh between 141 and 147 pounds at the time of the official weigh-in.



PHOTOS: Mayweather and Pacquiao weigh-in at MGM Grand Arena



Saturday's fight between the two welterweights is expected to bring in an estimated $400 million. That estimate is based on a projected 300 million pay-per-view buys by Showtime and HBO.

Parking restrictions affect some MGM properties on Saturday

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LAS VEGAS — Some MGM Resorts International hotels will be implementing parking measures on Saturday to ensure there is adequate parking for hotel guests and employees, the group said on Friday.

These measures, which vary from property to property, include limiting valet parking to hotel guests and charging to park in resort parking garages.

At New York-New York Hotel & Casino, from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Saturday, valet parking will be available only to hotel guests as well as Platinum and Noir members of the M life customer loyalty program. Additionally, except for hotel guests and M life members, there will be a $20 cash per vehicle entry charge to park in the resort parking garage.

At Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino, complimentary parking will be available only to hotel or restaurant guests, closed-circuit event guests, Platinum and Noir M life members, and Monte Carlo employees.

Casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson set to return to court

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Billionaire businessman and prominent Republican donor Sheldon Adelson is set to return to a Clark County courthouse for a second day offering testimony related to a wrongful termination lawsuit against him and his company.

The Las Vegas Sands Corp. CEO and chairman first appeared on the stand all-day Tuesday and was expected to return Friday for more questions.

Lawyers representing Steven Jacobs who had been CEO of Sands China Ltd. based in China until he was fired in 2010 are arguing that the case should proceed in Clark County.

Jacobs' wrongful termination claim can't proceed until Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez decides if she has jurisdiction to consider the lawsuit since it involves a foreign company.

Las Vegas Sands spun off Sands China in 2009. Adelson is now CEO of both companies.