Floyd Mayweather Cleared in Skating Rink Shooting
Boxer Floyd Mayweather was cleared late last night (August 24) in a criminal investigation involving a shooting incident at a Las Vegas skating rink.
The altercation occurred at the Crystal Palace Skating, when two unidentified men became involved in a shouting match.
According to police, one of the men then fired seven shots, and several witnesses claimed that Mayweathers Rolls Royce was present and involved in the crime.
The suspect, known only as O.C., is an alleged associate of Mayweather and authorities immediately issued a search warrant for the boxers home.
Mayweather cooperated with the police, and it was then established that the returning pugilist was not a suspect as the home search did not yield the gun or any incriminating evidence.
According to representatives from Mayweathers camp, the fighter was simply present at the skating rink because of a weekly recreation ritual of taking his children there on Sundays.
After resolving the matter, Floyd Mayweather made an appearance last night as guest host of WWEs Monday Night Raw entertainment program.
He assisted wrestlers Mark Henry and MVP in defeating champions The Big Show and Chris Jericho in a non-title tag team match.
At press time, Mayweather will make his long-awaited return to the ring on September 19 against lightweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez.