Do you remember the Floyd Mayweather and Connor McGregor fight about 3 years ago? A lot of people were trying to check it out. Well Ceaser from VH-1's Black Ink crew is in more trouble after trying to show the fight at his Atlanta tattoo shop. While people paid to watch the fight in their homes, Ceaser was accused of pirating the 2017 Mayweather vs. McGregor fight. According to Bossip, Joe Hand Promotions sued Ceaser in federal court fo piracy, copyright infringement and more, alleging he stole Pay Per View services when Ceaser aired the fight at his shop. The promotions company accused Black Ink of profiting off stolen services and demanded money in damages. Well Ceaser agreed to pay the company $26k in a settlement back in August 2019, but he hasn't paid anything to the promotions company. Now here is where it gets crazy. If you've watched this season, you saw Ceaser wason the verge of losing his flagship shop in New York. Well it makes us wonder because Joe Hand Promotions went back to court to obtain a writ of execution against Black Ink, which means U.S.Marshals will be authorized to seize any of Ceaser’s assets, property, and money.