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Floyd Mayweather Jr. May Now Continue Not Fighting Manny Pacquiao as a Free Man

Floyd Mayweather Jr. has paid his debt to society. Mayweather was released from from Las Vegas jail early Friday morning after serving two months of a three month sentence. As Buster Bluthe would say, jail had a half-day. From ESPN:

Mayweather looked fit as he donned a leather Miami Heat cap, pulled a gray hooded sweatshirt over his head and shared hugs with about 20 family members and friends, including his 12-year-old daughter, Iyanna Mayweather, and his manager, Leonard Ellerbe.

He said nothing to the media as he got behind the wheel of a blue Bentley sedan with several friends, including rapper 50 Cent, inside and drove away.

Lots of things have changed since he first entered jail. For instance… Manny Pacquiao lost and he wasn’t allowed to order the PPV in jail. Also, the Olympics have started. Dude totally missed Gabby Douglas kicking ass and taking names. The only other thing that happened was  the Heat winning the title. He obviously heard about that though. That’s about it. He wasn’t really gone very long. Hopefully, someone interviews Mayweather soon so he can go on the record as not wanting to fight a fraud like Pacquiao. Of course, the first order of business will be trying to get healthy after two months of bad food and sub-par exercise. I’m surprised Mayweather didn’t leave jail on a gurney.

[ESPN]

 

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