Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s time in jail is part of an epidemic that defines our culture -- one that has been too easily brushed aside and needs closer scrutiny.
The time has come for boxing to find out what life without Floyd Mayweather Jr. is really like. The "0" is all that should matter to Mayweather, not the 43 that precedes it.
Recent incidents involving Floyd Mayweather, Chris Rainey and Lance Stephenson should be the wake-up call we all need to finally do something about domestic violence committed by athletes.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. has always been one of my ride-or-die cats. Regardless of how thick the hate got, I was with him. Except now I've come to a part in his boxing career where faith begins to fade.
This weekend crystallized a lot of things for me.
It's not often we see perfection in sports. Which is why Floyd Mayweather should retire, with nothing left to prove.
You just might view Floyd Mayweather Jr. differently if you look at things from his perspective, writes Page 2's Scoop Jackson.