A funeral is being held in New York for former world champion boxer Hector "Macho" Camacho as police in Puerto Rico continue to investigate his fatal shooting.
The ceremony took place on Saturday morning at St Cecilia's Catholic Church in Manhattan's Spanish Harlem, the neighbourhood where the flamboyant boxer grew up.
A carriage drawn by white horses carried his body through the neighbourhood to a public wake at the church on Friday night.
Around 300 people were in the church, with scores more waiting behind police barricades outside.
Camacho, 50, was fatally wounded in a shooting on November 20.
In the 1980s, he won titles in three weight classes and had memorable bouts with Felix Trinidad, Oscar De La Hoya and Sugar Ray Leonard.
But after his career peaked, he was plagued by drug, alcohol and other problems.
In 2007 he was sentenced to seven years in prison for the burglary of a computer store in Mississippi. While arresting him on the burglary charge in January 2005, police also found the drug ecstasy.
A judge eventually suspended all but one year of the sentence and gave Camacho probation, but he ended up serving two weeks in jail after violating that probation.
Camacho will be buried after the service at St Raymond's Cemetery in the Bronx.