Ex-boxer Mitch Rose's biggest accomplishment in his 2-11-1 pro career was exposing Eric "Butterbean" Esch as a fraud. Rose allegedly turned down an offer to take a dive and then defeated the sideshow attraction via technical knockout. After that came a (thankfully) brief rapping career bragging about the Butterbean fight. Rose was on the hip hop scene just long enough to hand Jay Z one of his CDs at the Trinidad-Joppy fight in Madison Square Garden seven years ago. This week, Rose sued Jay Z, one of the greatest rappers ever, for copyright infringement, claiming Jigga boosted his lyrics. Rose claims to be an attorney, but apparently he skipped law school class the day they taught students that you cannot recover for emotional distress in copyright cases. Rose seeks a total of $88 million dollars, which tops the $66 million dollars he sued Mike Tyson for. In that controversy, Rose saw Tyson in a nightclub, called Tyson's female companions "chicken heads" which allegedly incited Tyson to attack, destroying Rose's mink coat in the process.