Somebody forgot to explain the concept of PRISON to FLOYD MAYWEATHER, JR. Because he's complaining that things aren't exactly going his way on the inside.
--Floyd is serving 90 days for assaulting his baby-mama . . . IN FRONT OF THEIR KIDS. And he's bothered by the fact that he can't eat and train the way he's accustomed to when he's on the outside.
--This, of course, could hurt his boxing career . . . and he claims he's only got about two years of fighting left in him. So Floyd wants to be moved to HOUSE ARREST.
--Floyd claims his doctor is concerned about, quote, "his dehydrated appearance, his lack of muscle tone and his dry mucus membranes."
--Also, he's used to consuming 3,000 to 4,000 calories a day, and he's getting less than 800 behind bars. Mayweather spends 23 hours a day in isolation for his own safety, due to his celebrity status.
(--First of all . . . MAN UP. Seriously . . . It's hard to believe such an amazing fighter can be such a prima donna. And a WUSS. You're one of the kings of one of the manliest sports on Earth and you're whining about 90 days?)
(--Oh, and also: If you don't want to do time, DON'T BEAT UP WOMEN. Prison is SUPPOSED to be hard for you. That's how they make it so you don't want to go back.)