Floyd Mayweather Sr. pleads not guilty to assault charges

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The alleged victim, Marsha Robbinson-Byrd, said she was at T-Mobile Arena watching the fight with Floyd Mayweather Sr. prior to the incident. They say Sr. grabbed the woman before punching her in the leg.

Floyd Mayweather Sr.'s lawyer pled not guilty on his behalf on January 25 to battery charges stemming from an alleged fight outside of T-Mobile Arena on September 17.

Police said Mayweather Sr. pulled her from the vehicle and battered her.

Mayweather Snr - a former boxer himself - then allegedly punched her in the leg before getting back in his auto and fleeing the scene.

According to TMZ, the victim claims that he got in the driver's seat and sped off without her.

Floyd turned himself Tuesday. and the warrant was canceled. After the fight, Mayweather Sr. and the woman got into an argument while walking back to his vehicle.

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But the fighter-turned-trainer reportedly turned himself in this week.

Through his attorney, Mayweather Sr. today entered a not guilty plea at an arraignment hearing, Las Vegas Justice Court logs show.

Mayweather Sr.is due back in a Clark County (Nevada) court March 27 for a bench trial.

TMZ reported that Mayweather Sr.'s representative said he's innocent and "never laid a hand on the victim".

Mayweather Sr.is best known as being the father and trainer of five division world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr., who retired from the sport last August after stopping UFC superstar Conor McGregor in the tenth round, also at the T-Mobile.