Somebody call the cops.

Crazy guys like Floyd Mayweather should be locked up, put behind bars so the 95-pound mothers of the world are safe to walk the streets.

Some guys just don't get it. Some guys just don't understand that hitting a woman is at the top of the list when you start writing down the most cowardly things a man – no, let's call him a punk – can do. And when you're a world champion prize fighter, the cowardly act is magnified ten times.

Hear that, Diego Corrales?

Some punks think it's their right, their duty to beat their wives or girlfriends. Mayweather apparently things it's his obligation. He's made it a hobby. Defend my title, go home and beat the mother of my kids.

He was taught at an early age how to throw punches. Unfortunately, no one taught him who to throw them at. It's easy to land a knockout blow when she's cowering in the corner of the kitchen.

Here's hoping Mayweather never wins another fight. That way, we're all but promised he won't take another swing at a woman. He might be a great fighter, he's just not much of a man. That requires more than a title belt and a fleet of cars.

If we're lucky – if the battered women in his life are lucky – Mayweather will be spending some hard time in the state pen. Nevada frowns on “tough” guys beating up women. Apparently, the state mandates prison time for anyone convicted of domestic violence three times within seven years.

Mayweather might not need the seven years. He already has two convictions in just two years.

He pleaded guilty to two domestic violence charges in March 2002 involving the mother of his oldest child. He presently stands charged with domestic violence for striking the mother of his three other children.

I sense a pattern here.

If Mayweather has to do time, he'll find out how tough he really is. Most of the bad guys in prison weigh more than his girlfriends weigh, and they pack a better a punch. And it's funny, but they don't follow the rules very well. They don't honor standing eight counts and they don't worry about hitting below the belt.

And women beaters aren't real popular in most cell blocks.

Mayweather is supposed to fight May 22 against a “man,” though his promoter, Top Rank, hasn't named his opponent yet.

I got an idea. Anyone know how to find Hannibal Lecter?

Somebody call the cops.

Crazy guys like Floyd Mayweather should be locked up, put behind bars so the 95-pound mothers of the world are safe to walk the streets.

Some guys just don't get it. Some guys just don't understand that hitting a woman is at the top of the list when you start writing down the most cowardly things a man – no, let's call him a punk – can do. And when you're a world champion prize fighter, the cowardly act is magnified ten times.

Hear that, Diego Corrales?

Some punks think it's their right, their duty to beat their wives or girlfriends. Mayweather apparently things it's his obligation. He's made it a hobby. Defend my title, go home and beat the mother of my kids.

He was taught at an early age how to throw punches. Unfortunately, no one taught him who to throw them at. It's easy to land a knockout blow when she's cowering in the corner of the kitchen.

Here's hoping Mayweather never wins another fight. That way, we're all but promised he won't take another swing at a woman. He might be a great fighter, he's just not much of a man. That requires more than a title belt and a fleet of cars.

If we're lucky – if the battered women in his life are lucky – Mayweather will be spending some hard time in the state pen. Nevada frowns on “tough” guys beating up women. Apparently, the state mandates prison time for anyone convicted of domestic violence three times within seven years.

Mayweather might not need the seven years. He already has two convictions in just two years.

He pleaded guilty to two domestic violence charges in March 2002 involving the mother of his oldest child. He presently stands charged with domestic violence for striking the mother of his three other children.

I sense a pattern here.

If Mayweather has to do time, he'll find out how tough he really is. Most of the bad guys in prison weigh more than his girlfriends weigh, and they pack a better a punch. And it's funny, but they don't follow the rules very well. They don't honor standing eight counts and they don't worry about hitting below the belt.

And women beaters aren't real popular in most cell blocks.

Mayweather is supposed to fight May 22 against a “man,” though his promoter, Top Rank, hasn't named his opponent yet.

I got an idea. Anyone know how to find Hannibal Lecter?