Floyd Mayweather: 10 Reasons New Charges Could End His Career

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Floyd Mayweather: 10 Reasons New Charges Could End His Career
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Boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is no longer just facing charges of domestic battery, stemming from his alleged altercation with the mother of his children.

According to reports, Clark County District Attorney David Roger has charged him with a total of eight charges, including felonies that could put Mayweather behind bars for as much as 34 years.

The new criminal complaint filed Thursday now includes two felony coercion and one felony robbery charge, along with one misdemeanor domestic battery and three misdemeanor harassment charges.

As much bravado as "Money" Mayweather shows in and out of the ring, being found guilty on most or all of these charges would probably end his career.

Here's why.

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