According to The Daily Mail, two men have been accused of murdering undefeated prospect Danny Gonzalez, who was under a promotional deal with Mayweather Promotions, which is owned by former five division world champion Floyd Mayweather.
Gonzalez was shot and killed on September 7 in Moreno Valley in California.
The Riverside County police have advised the paper that Andre Richee, 27, and Lee Mooring, 32, were arrested for first-degree murder. A third suspect is being pursued, 28-year-old Joseph Goldsmith.
At the moment the authorities have not revealed a motive for the killing.
Gonzalez, 22, was among three other men shot in Moreno Valley on September 7. Gonzalez succumbed to his injuries at the scene, while two minors were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The two men were arrested after police reviewed surveillance footage and interviewed witnesses.
At only 18-years-old, Gonzalez signed on with Mayweather's company in 2016. The boxer been an amateur standout with several promoters expressing interest in signing him.
"There are certain times when you know you've just struck gold and this is one of them," Mayweather wrote on social media after signing Gonzalez.
But the young boxer went 3-0 before walking away from the sport in 2018 for unknown reasons.
Back in January, he began to drop hints regarding a return to boxing.