Floyd Mayweather Files Cybersquatting Suit

TMZ is reporting that Floyd “Money” Mayweather has filed a lawsuit against Atlanta Sports & Entertainment Marketing for publishing an unauthorized fan website on FloydMayweather.net. According to the legal documents filed in the State of Nevada, Mayweather is suing for damages related to cybersquatting, as they used his name and fight footage in order to generate revenue. Mayweather is seeking unspecified damages in this lawsuit.
Interestingly, FloydMayweather.com was just transferred to the Greenberg Traurig law firm on or around May 17, 2008. This is the law firm that is representing Mayweather in the case against Atlanta Sports & Entertainment Marketing.
As foes like Oscar De La Hoya and Ricky Hatton know, you don’t mess with “Money” Mayweather!

Elliot Silver
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