Roger and Floyd Mayweather at a press conference in 2010. The two both appeared in court this week. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Floyd Mayweather's Felony Case Pushed to March 10 (FanHouse)
Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s evidence hearing has been pushed back to March 10. In a classic Money Mayweather sidestep, he declined to say anything about the case (which is smart), and "said he would rather talk about feeding the homeless or 'something positive.'" Well, I'm sure he would.
Roger Mayweather takes plea in Vegas battery case (USA Today)
Roger Mayweather pleaded no contest to his two misdemeanor battery charges, and has been sentenced to a year of probation, 24 weeks of domestic violence counseling, 50 hours of community service, and a $1,000 fine.
St. Petersburg, Florida: Two Officers and Gunman Dead, Marshal Wounded (ABC News)
Hydra Lacy Jr., the older brother of Jeff Lacy, was shot and killed in a standoff in Florida. Police say that officers from the St. Petersburg P.D. and U.S. Marshals went to his home to serve a warrant at about 7am, and a firefight ensued that left Lacy and two policeman dead, and a deputy marshal shot twice and hospitalized.
Ricardo Mayorga jabs, Miguel Cotto counters in media meeting (ESPN)
Ricardo Mayorga dropped his usual goofy nonsense, and Miguel Cotto responded with, "Welcome all of you to Ricardo Mayorga's first press conference for his circus." Yeah, pretty much.
Amir Khan plans to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. 'within 12-15 months' (ESPN UK)
Amir Khan is still likely to fight either Paul McCloskey or Lamont Peterson on April 16, and says after that he wants to fight the Alexander-Bradley winner, and THEN Mayweather.
Mundine desperate for rematch with Wood (Sydney Morning Herald)
It's more comical than ever.
Life And Boxing: A Look Into Donaire Jr. Versus Montiel (PhilBoxing.com)
I think the title explains itself, but if not, this is a look into the Nonito Donaire-Fernando Montiel fight.
Daniel Jacobs Returns on Alvarez vs Hatton Undercard (BoxingScene.com)
Daniel Jacobs will fight on the March 5 undercard. He returned in December by stopping Jesse Orta in Quebec City after being knocked out by Dmitry Pirog last summer.