Floyd Mayweather was released from jail early this Friday morning after only serving 2 out of his 3 month sentence. Now, his lawyers and personal physician are saying his career could be in jeapardy due to the jail food and water not meeting Mayweather's dietary needs, and lack of exercise space in a cramped cell decreased his health and fitness.He didn't complete the sentence because the state of Nevada allows inmates to work off 10 days per month at the jail. A Las Vegas jail administrator and department spokesman said he wasn't required to work. My question is even if he did work, "Doesn't 10 days a month after 2 months equal 20 days?" I think that means he got an extra 10 days taken off for good conduct, while in protective custody. Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa rejected arguments that Mayweather's accommodations were cruel and unusual. The judge ruled June 13 that while Mayweather might not have liked the regimen, he had sufficient space and time for physical activity and the only reason he wasn't eating properly was because he was refusing to eat the meals he was given.
Apparentley, Zab Judah's promotional contract with Main Events has come to an end. The former champion has been talking with newly licensed promoter of TMT Promotions, 50 Cent. According to Zab Judah, there's some big plans in the works but everything in the contract should be finalized once Floyd Mayweather returns home from his jail sentence.
Robert Guerrero (30-1-1 18ko)defeated Selcuk Aydin (23-1 17ko) in a unanimous decision Saturday night. This win makes Robert Guerrero the mandatory challenger for Floyd Mayweather upon his release from jail. He even said he's ready to get it on but he may want to slow his roll and think about fighters more on his level such as Ward, Ortiz, or Khan before calling out Floyd. I respect his courage but you gotta crawl before you walk..especially into the ring for the fight of your life. Fight Game Lesson Learned: Don't bite off more than you can chew. Strive to get to the top but remember there are steps that need to be climbed first in order to get there.
Rapper 50 Cent recently reviewed a promoters license in New York and is also in the process of applying for a license in Nevada. Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson will join TMT " The Money Team" and be promoting Floyd Mayweather when Floyd is released from his jail sentence Aug 3. This could be good for boxing since Floyd looks up to 50. If only we can get 50 to get in Floyd's ear and encourage him to take a fight with a challenge instead of cherry picking he's been doing over the last few years. 50 also took to his twitter account to inform Oscar De La Hoya of Golden Boy Promotions, that although they have been promoting Floyd's last 6 fights, 50 bets they won't be promoting Floyd anymore.