The Green Bay Packers weren't the only losers after that unforgettable Monday Night Football game in September.

Boxing champion Floyd Mayweather, a noted gambler, admitted to Jim Rome this week that he was set back $900,000 after the replacement referees ruled the final play of the Packers-Seahawks game a touchdown rather than an interception.

As you may remember, Seattle wide receiver Golden Tate looked to come down with the ball on the game's wild final play. But on review it appears the throw should have been ruled an interception. The blown call resulted in a $300 million swing in Las Vegas.

When asked how upset he was with the call made by the replacement referees, Mayweather shrugged it off.

"It comes with a territory," he said..

Mayweather, no stranger to the sports book, said that was the biggest loss of his life. He also told Rome that his largest winning ticket was around $1.1 million or $1.2 million.