Boxing fans eager to see the only professional championship fight that really matters, Floyd "Money" Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao, may have to give of the dream of seeing the world's two finest fighters square off.
Although Pacquiao seems to get better with each performance in the ring, Mayweather's best boxing achievements are fading into distant memories because his legal problems have sent him into a spiral.
Mayweather's latest woe came last night when the boxer was arrested on the Las Vegas strip for an outstanding warrant after a November clash with a security guard who Mayweather allegedly poked in the eye.
Mayweather was released from the Clark County Detention Center Friday afternoon on $33,000 bail, according to ESPN reports.
Police said Mayweather was issued two parking tickets by the security guard. Mayweather confronted the guard and struck him in the face and poked him in the eye.
Other officers attempted to question Mayweather about the incident, but he refused to open the door to his home.
That's a fine way for the best boxer in the world to carry himself -- hiding from police behind a closed door.
Mayweather faces six months in jail if convicted.
And don't forget Mayweather is still facing a domestic battery charge for allegedly beating up his former girlfriend, Josie Harris, in front of their kids in September.
At this point, it might be time for Mayweather to forget about all in-ring pursuits and concentrate on getting his life back on track.
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