Mayweather Â won the Cinco de Mayo weekend and was paid a guaranteed $32 million. Cotto was paid $8 million.
As a high-profile inmate, police say Mayweather, 35, probably will serve most of his time in a small solo cell.
There is floor space for sit-ups and push-ups. But Mayweather’s stint in the high-rise Clark County Detention Center is expected to limit his ability to train for another fight.
Â At least for the first week, Mayweather will be segregated for his protection from the other 3,200 inmates in the downtown Las Vegas facility, police Officer Bill Cassell said this week.
Mayweather won’t have a TV in his cell, and Cassell said televisions in jail dining areas probably won’t carry the June 9 pay-per-view WBO welterweight fight between Mayweather rival Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley at the MGM Grand Garden arena.
Mayweather’s lawyers, Karen Winckler and Richard Wright, have said they didn’t plan to seek another postponement or delay.