Our company is supposed to rent through one car service. It's not Alamo. But when I'm in San Antonio, I rent through Alamo. I don't see a choice.
So if I'm going to watch a fight at a Buffalo Wild Wings, the Buffalo Wild Wings is going to be in Buffalo.
By the time News 14 Carolina's Mike Solarte and I found it, Floyd Money Mayweather and Canelo Alvarez had finished three rounds. We couldn't get inside. The restaurant was full of people who, for three minutes of every round, turned their heads upward.
But there were four TVs and at least one hundred people watching outside. Most stood. A man and woman brought folding chairs. One group watched from their car. We joined them, standing in the parking lot, close enough to see.
With the exception of one judge, C.J. Ross, who somehow scored the fight even, we all the same thing. We saw Floyd dominate.
Even at 36 his hand speed and movement was too great for the 23-year-old Canelo. Every time Canelo thought he found something Mayweather moved away and changed the angle.
Also, Mayweather is tough to hit. He's an occasional showman but there's purpose behind it.
I'll make you miss, he says. And when you do, I'll make you pay.
And he did. Canelo fought aggressively but Floyd landed many more punches. I didn't care who won. I wanted to see a good fight.
It was tactically interesting -- Floyd is always tactically interesting. And if I'd read that Mayweather had won a majority decision, meaning that not all three officials scored the fight for him, I would have kicked myself for not going.
I got my Money's worth.