A misdemeanor battery trial for boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Junior has been postponed until April 25th. His attorney asked for a continuance yesterday, and it was granted by Justice of the Peace Janiece Marshall. Mayweather is accused in a November confrontation with a security guard outside his Southern Highlands home. If convicted, he faces six months in jail and a one-thousand-dollar fine. Mayweather also faces a preliminary hearing next month on various charges in last September?s dispute with former girlfriend Josie Harris. The boxer is accused of beating Harris and stealing her cell phone.