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Saturday, January 7, 2012

Floyd Mayweather Jr. suspended sentence

U.S. boxer, Floyd Mayweather Jr. gets stay of execution until it receives a prison sentence he had the fight in May.

Court Judge Melissa Saragosa give 90-day jail stay of execution which Mayweather accepted until 1 June. Team Mayweather's attorney filed an appeal on the grounds of their clients have to meet commitments and contracts have been signed.

Potential adversaries to fight Mayweather next May 5 is yet to be determined. Party promoters Golden Boy's name as world champion WBC super welterweight, Saul "Canelo" Alvarez or former world champion IBF super featherweight Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero.

Mayweather, 34 were sentenced to prison and 100 hours community service after being found guilty of committing acts of violence against her former lover in 2010.

Cancellation penalty is actually an opportunity meeting between Mayweather with the current world's best boxer, Manny Pacquiao.

Pacquiao promoter of Top Rank, Bob Arum Maywaether name previously set aside as a potential opponent for this year. Mayweather Arum reasoned status who were undergoing jail term would make it difficult to prepare for a big fight.

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