Floyd Mayweather Denied His Release by Judge
Floyd Mayweather landed three months in Las Vegas jail over his conviction of a domestic battery charge in December. He attacked his former baby mother while two of his children watched. *Not Judging.* Since he took the plea, he avoided 34 years in jail including the fact his celebrity status knocked off some time as well. His sentence started June 1 and is forced to stay. It’s only been two weeks and Mayweather already wants out! He’s not getting into fights (even though that would be awesome) or anything. Floyd Mayweather’s camp requested he be released due to “limitations” 10 days after he began his sentence. The motion was denied three days later.
Jail Diet Ruining Mayweather’s Figure
The “limitations” Mayweather are experiencing are low quality food, water, and cell space. He’s actually had a significant drop in his diet. All of the food he’s being fed and the lack of exercise space in his cell are deteriorating his muscle tone. He’s an athlete so he needs a certain amount of calories and workout regimen to take care of his body. Without those things, even in a short period of time, can noticeably weaken the boxer.
The Twist to the Judge’s Decision
Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa explained in her decision why the motion was denied. If Mayweather stopped being so stubborn and actually ate the meals offered, he wouldn’t be in such a bad nutritional state. She also included that water be provided for him around the clock as well as physical training grounds readily available. It’s not going to be a luxury gym but it should do. With this new deal, which could have easily been worked out without involve the legal system, he should be just fine for three months.
Floyd Mayweather Camp Comments
Dr. Robert Voy, is Mayweather’s personal physician said, “I am concerned about Floyd withdrawing, developing anger he cannot dissipate through the usual means of dedicated exercise and training,” Voy wrote in an affidavit. “Boxing has been Mr. Mayweather’s life since he was a young man and we need champions of this type to continue to their natural retirement and hopefully their contributions to society thereafter.”