Mosley’s divorce nightmare continues, ordered to give title belts to ex-wife

Steve Cofield
Boxing Experts Blog

During his Hall of Fame boxing career, Shane Mosley has never been knocked out, but he's certainly wobbled right now after a prolonged fight in the courts against his ex-wife Jin.

The former lightweight, welterweight and junior middleweight champion of the world was just ordered to hand over his boxing hardware. From TMZ:

The settlement provides that ex-wife Jin "shall maintain custody and control of three championship belts for each of the respective parties' three minor children."  Each of the kids get a belt when they turn 18.

Jin also gets half of the profits on all future DVD and merchandise sales from Mosley's big fights against the likes of Oscar De La Hoya, Miguel Cotto, Antonio Margarito, Winky Wright and Fernando Vargas.

California requires an even split between husband and wife, so Jin also got half of Mosley's fight purses during the time they were married (2002-2009).

Back in December, Mosley was ordered to begin paying alimony. According to court documents, some of the $20,000 per month Jin receives goes to:

Clothes - $5,073
Jewelry - $1,666
Cosmetics, beauty - $2,000
Massage therapist - $360
Personal trainer - $720