Floyd Mayweather speaks on why he's not worried over criminal case
By Johnny Benz, Doghouse Boxing (Aug 25, 2011) Doghouse Boxing
Boxer Floyd "Money" Mayweather Jr.
By Johnny Benz, Doghouse Boxing - In life and in the boxing ring, Floyd "Money" Mayweather Jr. is anything but dull.  He is an exciting fighter and very popular as a sports figure for this generation.  His popularity also means the media is on him 24/7 for anything they can pounce on.  Mayweather's legal troubles are no exception and have been more than adequately reported on by various media outlets, including us here at Doghouse Boxing.  At this level in the game, Mayweather is not foolish to understand that this kind of attention comes with the territory. 

In regards to his criminal case brought on by his ex (google it if you have been living under a rock) as possibly being a distraction for his upcoming September 17th battle against WBC champ Victor Ortiz, Mayweather isn't worried.  Why is he not worried?  Because he is only worried about his job and leaves the legal stuff to his lawyers.

Recently quoted by the Los Angeles Times over possible distractions, such as the criminal case? Mayweather stated: "My thing is to worry about my job and leave it to my attorneys. I will ask, where's the pictures [showing abuse of the mother of his three children]? My attorneys are dealing with it."

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