The boxing part of the "richest fight in history" is over, but it looks like the lawyers are getting gloved up for a few dozen more rounds. Two fans in Nevada filed a lawsuit in federal court yesterday, claiming they were cheated by Manny Pacquiao's alleged failure to disclose a shoulder injury before the fight, reports Reuters. The fans are seeking class-action status for the $5 million lawsuit, which they say they're filing on behalf of themselves and other ticket holders, TV viewers, and gamblers, reports the BBC. A lawyer for Top Rank, the promotions firm that represented Pacquiao, tells CNBC that the suit is "completely frivolous." "Nothing was concealed, and I expect it to be dismissed in due course," he says.
Floyd Mayweather Jr., meanwhile, was hit with a $20 million lawsuit from ex-girlfriend Josie Harris yesterday, reports CNN. Harris, the mother of three of the boxer's children, accuses Mayweather of lying during a recent interview with Katie Couric, where he claimed that Harris was on drugs and he was only guilty of restraining her during a 2010 domestic violence incident. "It was not Mayweather's 'restraint' of Harris that caused her serious injuries, rather it was his beating of her," the lawsuit states. Under a plea deal, Mayweather served two months in prison for misdemeanor battery.