All The Moments You Need To See From The 2015 ESPY Awards

Tonight’s ESPY Awards is sure to go down in the history books as one of the most emotional.

There were as many laughs as there were tears, and so many incredible sports stars being honored for their high achievements.

From Caitlyn Jenner‘s courage, to Devon Still accepting an award for his daughter Leah, there were tons of moments to learn from and look up to.

See some of the highlights from tonight’s awards below.

Joel McHale opens up the 2015 ESPYs with a monologue that has cameos from Mo’Ne Davis, Russell Wilson, and jockey Victor Espinoza.

Wrestler Ronda Rousey took a pretty big shot at Floyd Mayweather after winning the Best Fighter award, spilling on the red carpet, “I wonder how Floyd feels about being beat by a woman for once.” Yikes.

Devon Still shares the incredible journey of his 5-year-old daughter Leah Still’s battle with cancer. He accepted the Jimmy V. Perseverance Award on her behalf, which was presented by LeBron James. There was probably not a dry eye in the house.

Caitlyn Jenner finally received her Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the 2015 ESPYs, with the support of her whole family, the Kardashians and Jenners, in the crowd.

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Although Rob Kardashian was not in attendance, all of Caitlyn’s other children and step-children came to the awards to support her on the big night.

Ben Affleck presented Derek Jeter with the Icon Award.

LeBron James won the Best Champion Performance Award and made a great acceptance speech.

Stephen Curry earned the award for Best Male Athlete, only a month after earning the MVP this past NBA season.

Basketball player Lauren Hill was also honored earlier in the evening with a special 2015 ESPN Award.

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