Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s uncle found safe

Posted at 11:20 AM, Jul 31, 2016
Uncle of boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. has been found in Las Vegas after he was reported missing overnight. 
He was found safe with no health concerns.
Prior to be bing found, Roger Mayweather, 55, was last seen about two miles from the Las Vegas Strip at approximately 3 p.m. July 30. He was last seen wearing a white shirt, blue sweatpants and white tennis shoes.
Roger Mayweather was Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s lead trainer for many years after a successful boxing career himself.  According to, Roger Mayweather is a full-time trainer and mentor at Mayweather Boxing Club.