The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) today cleared Floyd Mayweather of any possible charges filed against him stemming from incidents recorded for the All Access Showtime reality series.
Today’s hearing was about two specific incidents captured by the Showtime cameras.
The more serious charge came from one scene in Mayweather’s gym where the fighter appeared to be staging an unsanctioned, last man standing bout between Hasim Rahman Jr. and Donovan Cameron that lasted more then thirty-one minutes without breaks or rest.
The other incident was a scene where Mayweather presided over a party where marijuana was being consumed.
Mayweather addressed both charges, labeling them as “heavily edited” pieces of video and claimed that much of what is shown on the All Access series is dramatized for effect. In these particular cases, Mayweather claimed that the staged fight at his gym actually had “3-4 breaks” and that the marijuana used was “fake.”
No further action will be pursued by the commission.