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Floyd Mayweather's rap sheet really speaks for itself; these are not the actions of a cool-headed character:
2002: Convicted of two counts of domestic violence and one count of misdemeanor battery.
2004: Convicted of misdemeanor battery of two women in a night club.
2005: Acquitted of assaulting his girlfriend after she changed her story on the stand. He also pled no contest to misdemeanor assault.
2009: Mayweather’s home was searched after his car and one of his associates was identified fleeing the scene of a Las Vegas shooting.
2010: Arrested and charged with three misdemeanor harassment charges, felony grand larceny, two felony coercion and one felony robbery charge. And he probably would have been arrested for a confrontation with rapper Rick Ross had Diddy not intervened.
2011: Arrested for misdemeanor assault, stemming from an incident in October 2011; Mayweather threatened to have security guards shot for ticketing his cars.