Jerry Jones' football team may be in the gutter, but his stadium in Arlington is going for a knockout against Las Vegas to earn the title of "boxing capital."
"What a privilege it is to be hanging around all these winners," Jones said after both fighters weighed in Friday evening.
"It is the eighth wonder of the world," Buffer said. "No matter where you are, you don't miss any of the action because of this high-tech videotronics. It's mind-boggling."
Asked if Las Vegas should be worried about landing future fights, Buffer said, "For the superfights, yeah, sure."
To be fair, Arlington didn't have to fight hard to win this round.
Margarito lost his license to box in Nevada after he was caught last year with a hard substance in his gloves.
But still, many fans and fighters seem in awe of Cowboys Stadium as a boxing venue.
"I didn't know how big it was until I got here," said world light welterweight champion Amir Khan, of Britain. "It's so big. And it's the name too -- Cowboys Stadium. I think this could be one of the big arenas in the world where big fights are going to happen. People always talk about Vegas. But maybe it could change and it could be Dallas now."
Saturday night's event is the second big bout at Cowboys Stadium. In March, Pacquiao defeated Joshua Clottey of Ghana in a unanimous decision before a crowd of more than 51,000.