NEBRASKA – Boxing champion United States (US), Terence Crawford was sentenced to 90 days in prison after being found guilty caused a stir at a car painting workshop in April.
Crawford, 29, was also placed under the supervision of the authorities for two years and must undergo work in the community for 120 hours.
The sentence was handed five days after the killing boxer John Molina danmengekalkan title World Boxing Council (WBC) and World Boxing Association (WBO) super-lightweight category.
Judge Marcena Hendrix when making the decision, said, Crawford can not do anything with impunity to ignore the law.
In the incident last April, the boxer who has a clean record unbeaten since starting his career in 2008, was allegedly fighting with a car paint shop owner.
Crawford who had paid half the wages painting cars 1984 model Chevrolet Monte Carlo was reluctant to settle their balance of payments to the owner of the workshop because not satisfied with the quality of service.
Source : Internet