Shelby, holding a folder, says that this is really really the last time he helps Boyd, and Boyd is like, sure, no problem, I'll even wait like three days to ask you for the next favor. As Boyd starts to thumb through the folder, Shelby tells him that Billy and Cassie have been in five cities in the past three years, each more desperate than the last, and he doesn't name names, which is too bad because I wanted to hear if North Haverbrook made the list. Shelby goes on that their MO has been to set up shop, preach for a few months, and then leave, and as far as he can tell, they haven't had any trouble with the law.
Boyd immediately speculates that they take money from the local criminal organizations in exchange for their departure, even though Shelby suggests that what they're doing could help Harlan, as people are in a bad enough way without spending what little money they have on drugs and whores. Boyd's essentially like, "That's cute," and Shelby's facial response is "I should know better by now than to even bother."
The MMA fighter has gotten his cut and found it wanting, so the tracksuit-sporting guy who, I guess, is putting on the whole show tells him that he's new, and as such may not be aware that people bet less on fighters they don't know. MMA asks how he knows he's not being shorted, and Tracksuit, who's got a bit of Matthew McConaughey in him, says he doesn't, but MMA's the one who approached him looking for action. The fedora-sporting tough (good look with a sleeveless shirt) then sidles up and slides his shirt open to reveal his sidearm. This being a strong enough argument for MMA, he asks about the "other thing" he wanted, and Tracksuit tells him he'll make the call as soon as MMA has the money. "Until then, get your white-trash ass off my property." Coming from Tracksuit, I'm not sure I'd take "white trash" as an insult...
...but whatever the case, MMA doesn't seem like he's in the best mood when he exits the property, which makes the timing of two goons who apparently bet on the other guy harassing him fairly suspect. They ask him to reimburse them out of his winnings, which I don't think is how betting works, and this leads to the bigger of the goons getting knocked out in approximately 0.43 seconds and the smaller one trying unsuccessfully to flee. MMA gets him in a chokehold, and AWESOMELY, the guy tries to tap out, which at least gets a laugh out of MMA but doesn't save him from his punishment of "raccooning," which involves two punches that will result in shiners soon enough. Considering the guy's lying on the ground barely able to breathe, he'd probably agree that all things considered, he got off easy.