Judge rejects Mayweather’s house arrest request

Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragos has rejected Floyd Mayweather’s request to be moved to house arrest due to ‘inhumane’ jail conditions that were threatening to cut his career short.

Mayweather’s lawyer Richard Wright filed a motion earlier this week to have the pound-for-pound star released into house arrest because of the poor diet he was being subjected to and lack of access to training facilities.

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Mayweather’s lawyer requests house arrest video

Footage of Floyd Mayweather’s attorney requesting that the undefeated pound-for-pound boxing star be put on house arrest because he is being treated differently than other inmates at the Clark County Detention Center charged with similar misdemeanor offenses. The state wins this argument for us with the line ‘where did he think he was going? The Four Seasons’…

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Mayweather wants out of jail

Twelve days into his three-month jail sentence on a domestic battery count, undefeated champion boxer Floyd Mayweather is asking to go home after claiming his stay in jail could end his career.

An emergency motion obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal shows Mayweather's lawyers will ask Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa to allow the fighter to serve the remainder of his sentence on house arrest.

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Mayweather to fight Cotto on May 5

WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather has told the Nevada State Athletic Commission that he will fight WBA light-middleweight super champion Miguel Cotto on May 5.

Mayweather who had his 90-day jail term pushed back till June 1 so he could fulfil a commitment to fight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on May 5, was reinstated a license to box in the state at a hearing today.

Mayweather jail term delayed to June 1

A Las Vegas judge granted a request from Floyd Mayweather to postpone his three-month jail sentence for domestic abuse so that he could fulfill his next fight date on May 5.

Sulaiman apologises for Mayweather comments

World Boxing Council president Jose Sulaiman issued a formal apology for his comments on Floyd Mayweather’s 90-day jail sentence for domestic abuse, claiming he was lost in translation.

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WBC president plays down Mayweather conviction

World Boxing Council president Jose Sulaiman has weighed in on the Floyd Mayweather issue, calling for the welterweight champion not to be stripped of the title to protect a possible mega-fight with Manny Pacquaio.

Floyd Mayweather jailed for domestic abuse

Controversial boxer Floyd Mayweather has been jailed for 90 days by a Las Vegas court after pleading guilty to assaulting his ex-girlfriend, Josie Harris, in 2010.

Las Vegas judge Melissa Saragosa also ordered the 34-year-old, who has held world championship titles in five divisions, to complete 100 hours of community service and pay a $2,500 (£1,600) fine.