Thursday, November 18, 2010


Floyd Mayweather Jr. wants to batter someone, and will batter someone if he wants to. The problem is nowadays, he no longer wants to do it on the ring.

After an alleged gun shooting at a bowling alley, and battery and physical  abuse of his girlfriend, comes another battery accusation, this time involving security guards of his homeowner's association. The issue, parking violations.

A report on the Associated Press said that, the guard told police that Mayweather has been in an ongoing dispute with homeowner association security officers over parking outside his home. He was writing a new round of citations for several vehicles parked improperly on the street outside Mayweather's home when the boxer threatened and attacked him.

Mayweather has lived in the five-bedroom, two-story home on Wood Creek Court for roughly two years, according to public records.

He is expected in Las Vegas Justice Court in January on unrelated felony coercion, grand larceny and robbery charges stemming from a Sept. 9 dispute with the mother of his children. Prosecutors said he also threatened his sons.

So while Manny Pacquiao is in the ring battering Antonio Margarito, his "rival", the pound for pound battery king, is on the prowl outside the parking lot.

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