Floyd Mayweather's last victory over Conor McGregor saw one of the greatest boxers end his career with a 50-0 record.
The win added a significant sum of money to Floyd's bank account, too.
So, it is no surprise that "Money" Mayweather made sure the bout that earned him so much cash will be immortalised.
For the amazement of his fans all around the globe, he did it by hanging an eight-foot tall portraits of both him and McGregor on the wall of his new Beverly Hills home.
In typical style, he was quick to show off to his 19 million Instagram followers with the caption: "Exclusive timeless artwork in my Beverly Hills home."
The American, 40, posed between the portraits, which appears to be a single work divided into two separate pieces.
On the artwork itself, you can see both fighters stood in front of their national flag, with Mayweather flexing his guns, while Conor McGregor looks at him with respect.
The work was produced by Tiffanie Anderson - a woman who goes by "The Pretty Artist" on Twitter.
This is the second time she's produced something like that for Mayweather. The American has one of him in action during his victory over Manny Pacquiao in 2015.
Mayweather stopped McGregor in the 10th round at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas last month.
The bout had reportedly earned "Money" £250m, and the 40-year-old bought £18.9m mansion in the Beverly Hills area of Los Angeles in true Mayweather style.
The artwork is not the first feature of Mayweather's mansion that he has shown off in recent days.
The 15,096 square-foot property includes six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, a state-of-the-art home cinema "that comfortably seats 50 people" as well as a vast wine collection and its very own sweet shop.
Mayweather has also showed his belt haul and a mega wine cellar, his watch collection, and massive mounds of cash.
In addition to the cost of the property, Mayweather has reportedly spent £369,000 on furniture for the California mansion, which is situated right next to the Beverly Hills hotel.