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Floyd Mayweather Jr. will report to Judge Melissa Saragosa’s courtroom inside the Clark County Justice Center today to begin serving the remainder of a 90-day jail sentence. He pleaded guilty in December to misdemeanor domestic violence charges after a 2010 incident in which he allegedly assaulted Josie Harris, the mother of three of his children. A police report at the time of the incident indicated that the then-10 year-old Koraun Mayweather told police he saw his father hitting and kicking his mother. He also said that his father threatened to beat him if he left the house. However, Koraun Mayweather did reportedly leave and alerted authorities. Judge Saragosa delayed Mayweather’s report date by five months so he could fight Miguel Cotto. So today he starts serving his sentence, Mayweather had been facing 34 years on a variety of felony charges. But his lawyer got it down to 90 Days…….

This won’t really affect Mayweather, if he serves the full 90 or gets time off for good behavior, he can still resume training and look towards November or December for a fight.