Mayweather loses it on judges at daughter's cheerleading competition

Chase Kell
Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Jamie Lynn sit courtside as they attend the NBA basketball ball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Washington Wizards. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok)

You might have assumed the judges at his daughter’s cheerleading competition would be exempt from Floyd Mayweather’s wicked tongue, but then again, you know what they say about assumptions.

The former boxing superstar, who is notorious for his trash talk, recently gave judges at the Jamz Cheer and Dance competition an earful after his 12-year-old daughter’s team finished in second place.

As event announcer Jeff Krapf described to TMZ Sports, Mayweather was reportedly heard cursing at the judges, going so far as to accuse them of cheating.

“He was very passionate about his daughter taking first place and he wanted to know why it didn’t happen,” said Krapf. “I tried to explain it to him and it wasn’t good enough.”