Middleweight beltholder Peter Quillin could soon defend his WBO title against promotional stablemate Danny Jacobs.
Mayweather's jail stint chronicled on Showtime on Wednesday
Showtime's 30 Days In May chronicles Floyd Mayweather's jail stint at the Clark County Detention Center from June 1 to Aug. 3 of last year.
On Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET/PT, Showtime will premiere the one-hour documentary 30 days in May, which includes a look into Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s 87-day incarceration at the Clark County Detention Center last year.
The airing comes in advance of 36-year-old Mayweather's May 4 defense of his WBC welterweight belt against two-division titlewinner Robert Guerrero on Showtime Pay Per View .
The film's never-before-seen footage features the only interviews Mayweather has conducted about this "life-changing experience," and takes an intimate look into the life of the world's highest-paid athlete.
"This film unveils a rarely seen side of a very public figure," said Stephen Espinoza, executive vice president and general manager of Showtime sports.
Mayweather (43-0, 26 knockouts) will have been out of the ring for nearly a year to the day by the time he faces Guerrero (31-1-1, 18 KOs) at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, having last fought on May 5 of last year, earning a unanimous decision victory over Miguel Cotto for the WBA's junior middleweight belt.
"Our goal was not to tell his whole story -- his humble upbringing or all of his accomplishments -- but rather to document the life of a modern day superstar leading up to his three-month prison term," said one of the film's co-producers, Todd Crites.
Photo courtesy of Mayweather's Twitter account
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