Family Reunion – Floyd Mayweather Jr. and his father -- and trainer -- Floyd Sr. celebrate the victory over Robert Guerrero in May's WBC welterweight title bout in Las Vegas. It was the first time father and son had come together for a fight since they fell out in 2000.
Roger and out – The return of Floyd Sr. came at the expense of his brother Roger, who had been his nephew's long-time trainer. Floyd Jr. says he could no longer trust Roger to be in his corner since diabetes is affecting the 52-year-old's eyesight.
Golden trainer – Floyd Sr.'s fallout with his son did not prevent him being a coveted trainer with 'Golden Boy' Oscar De La Hoya, seen here beating Fernando Vargas in 2002, working under him for a number of years.
Rare harmony – Floyd Mayweather Jr. talks to his father during a press conference ahead of his fight with De La Hoya in 2007. Floyd Sr. had been keen to work as the latter's trainer for the fight only for De La Hoya to decide against it.
Low point – Just as his father before him, Floyd Mayweather is led away in handcuffs -- after receiving a brief jail term for domestic violence. In the 1990s, Floyd Sr. was sentenced to five-and-a-half years in jail for drug trafficking.
Olympic success – Floyd Sr.'s incarceration meant he missed the first major honor of his son's career as Floyd won a bronze medal at the 1996 Olympics.
Back on top – In his first bout since his two-month jail spell last year, Floyd Mayweather celebrates his unanimous decision against Robert Guerrero -- taking his professional record to 44-0.