Showtime Kicks Off Floyd Mayweather Month With '30 Days In May'
Floyd Mayweather signed an agreement in February with Showtime Networks that has the potential to be the richest individual athlete deal in the history of sports. We get our first taste tonight of how Showtime plans to use Mayweather in its programming. The premium cable network will air a one-hour documentary film, 30 Days In May, about Mayweather's 2012 stint in prison after a plea bargain over domestic violence and harassment charges. The film begins an unprecedented lineup of boxing coverage on Showtime that culminates with Mayweather's May 4 pay-per-view bout against Robert "The Ghost" Guerrero.