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Floyd Mayweather Jr. received an early release from prison on Friday, and his good pal 50 Cent was part of the entourage there to greet the free man.
Mayweather was released after 63 days — 24 days earlier than his 87-day sentence dictated — because of good behavior. The top-earning boxer’s lawyer complained 12 days into his jail sentence that the conditions in prison were “inhumane.”
Floyd’s doctor “expressed deep concern for [Floyd's] health and explained that any lengthy period of time with an inappropriate diet, coupled with lack of regular exercise, will most likely lead to irreversible damage to Mr. Mayweather’s physique.”
So much for those claims. Floyd looked pretty ripped when he shared a picture on Twitter/Instagram on Friday shortly after his release:
All he needs now is a haircut.
BEST OF MAXIM
It’s Friday, and in most cases, this represents the end of another long, grueling work week. Happy hours are on the horizon, and the start of 48 hours of ecstasy are staring us directly in the eye. Fridays are great to begin with. Yet today, August 3, 2012, is in essence an unofficial thug holiday. It’s [...]
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Floyd Mayweather Jr. is about to hit the streets. Mayweather is set to be released from a Las Vegas jail on Friday after serving two months in a domestic battery case, according to The Associated Press. The 35-year-old pled guilty in December to misdemeanor charges in a September 2010 incident in which Mayweather got into a fight with his girlfriend as two of their children looked...
Floyd Mayweather Jr. will be released from jail on Friday- possibly Thursday night as inmates often times can be processed out the night before. The boxer will have served 2 months of his 90-day sentence receiving time off for good behavior. Of course the question on everyone’s mind, when will Floyd be ready for his [...]
Floyd “Money” Mayweather was released from Clark County detention center late Thursday night after serving 2 months of his 90-day sentence in a misdemeanor domestic battery case. About 20 family members and friends were waiting to greet Mayweather, including his 12-year-old daughter, Iyanna Mayweather, his manager, Leonard Ellerbe and of course 50 Cent. Not sure [...]
SERVED HIS TIME
The boxing champ was released from the Clark County Detention Center early Friday morning after serving two months of his three-month sentence.
By: Rich Bergeron
Floyd Mayweather Jr. (43-0, 26 KOs) served just over two months of his 90-day jail sentence and will walk out of prison Friday where he will no doubt face a gauntlet of press waiting to hear about his next move. Friend and business partner Curtis “50-Cent” Jackson created TMT (The Money Team) Promotions while Mayweather was incarcerated, and experts speculate...