Floyd Mayweather Jail Sentence Delayed Until June 1st, May 5th Fight Back on Schedule | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Floyd Mayweather Jail Sentence Delayed Until June 1st, May 5th Fight Back on Schedule

by Robert Littal | Posted on Friday, January 6th, 2012
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The judge in the Floyd Mayweather domestic violence case just threw him a life raft.

Instead of having to turn himself in today, Mayweather will now turn himself in on June 1st.

This will allow Mayweather’s May 5th fight against an opponent to be named later to take place.  Mayweather has to go through counseling sessions and as long as he doesn’t miss one he is cleared to fight.

A win for the Money Team.

Names that are being thrown around are Miguel Cotto and Canelo Alvarez.

Bob Arum seems determined not to put Pacquiao in the ring with Mayweather.

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