It's safe to assume the dream bout between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao won't be taking place any time soon. One of these boxers has a couple legal fights to deal with before he steps into the ring again.
Mayweather, who is already facing a couple felony counts for allegedly punching his ex-girlfriend in the face, has now been charged with criminal battery in Nevada.
It's hard to say what Floyd Mayweather has more of: Championship belts or arrest warrants?
This case stems from a November 15 incident, in which a private security guard Shayne Smith claims Mayweather went off on him after Smith placed parking citations on two of the athlete's vehicles.Based on documents obtained by TMZ, Smith accuses Mayweather of screaming that the guard had "no f-cking business" touching his personal property. He then grabbed a parking tickets from one of his cars and slapped it on Smith's patrol vehicle.
"While lambasting Smith, Mayweather was allegedly jabbing his finger into the left side of Smith's cheek just below his eye," reads the charge. "This willful and unlawful use of force and violence upon Smith caused redness and discoloration to the area which was battered by Mayweather."
No response yet from Floyd's reps, but Smith says he has photos of the damage Mayweather allegedly inflicted on his cheek.