Floyd Mayweather Jr released after 2 months in Vegas jail

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Undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. was released from the Clark County Detention Center after spending two months behind bars.

Mayweather, 35, was released at 12:08 a.m. Friday.

He surrendered to authorities on June 1 to begin an 87-day sentence in connection with a domestic violence case.

Mayweather was released after 63 days.

The boxer was arrested in September 2010 after police said he punched his ex-girlfriend at his home. Mayweather pleaded guilty to a charge of battery domestic violence.

His jail sentence was delayed earlier this year so he could take part in a May 5 fight against Miguel Cotto at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

One Response to “Floyd Mayweather Jr released after 2 months in Vegas jail”

  1. Kenobo Says:

    wow I just read some of the other comments on this page.. why cant we have an ielgltinent conversation about boxing based on facts anda0reasoninga0not whether or not you like a particular fighter ? Sai.. way to be above all the negativea0comments.. me personally ia0wouldn’ta0even reply to guys you obviously have either been drinking or have never taken a critical thinkinga0course some of the arguments that manny fans make are nonsensical and a disgrace to reasonable thought..For all the people that say, don’t make assumptions.. your forgetting that as fans of boxing that is what we are suppose to do we are suppose to speculate and make assumptionsa0about the outcome of a fight before it happens !its the same thing you do when buying a house, a stock, or most other commodities. in this case the question is based on circumstantial evidence and historical peformances.. a0How will pacquiao fair against mayweather a0Based on the way he has looked agaisnt skilled technical boxers with not even half the athleticism of mayweather the only logical answer is POORLY.. VERY POORLY..a0I would like to know how manny of you die hard pacman fans would bet your house on him beating Floyd and further more I would ask you if any of you were avid boxing fans before the rise of the pacman ?

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