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Floyd Mayweather has been released from prison, and just in time, too: the poor guy was totally wasting away in there!

The boxer served two months of a 90-day sentence for domestic battery and walked out of Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas yesterday. He hugged various friends and family members - including 50 Cent - on the way to his car, but did not say anything to the media.

Floyd Mayweather vs. Miguel Cotto

Mayweather was jailed on June 1 after pleading guilty to an incident in September 2010 where he got physical with Josie Harris, the mother of his three children.

It's unclear, boxing-wise, what the future now holds for the undefeated champion.

Fans are clamoring for a Mayweather versus Manny Pacquiao bout, yet there's little reason to believe this will happen any time soon. If ever. Mayweather has spoken of retirement and he did make $85 million in fight earnings last year - but when your nickname is "Money," you can never have enough.

We'll see him back in the ring soon.

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Finally, Floyd Mayweather has suffered a defeat. By technical knockout, if you ask us.

Following a positively ridiculous petition from the athlete's lawyer - stating Mayweather should be released early from his 87-day prison term because he's wasting away and his career is at risk - a Nevada judge has responded and basically told the star boxer:

Cry me a frickin river.

Floyd Mayweather Trains

Denying Mayweather's request, the judge said in court yesterday that the athlete's supposedly withering physical state is "self-induced, as water is made available twenty-four hours a day."

He also called BS on the gripe that Mayweather's diet consists of just a few hundred calories/day, adding that "[Floyd] chooses not to eat the food provided" and concluding:

"While the training areas and times provided to Floyd may not be consistent with his prior regimen, he is indeed provided sufficient space and time for physical activity if he so chooses."

Here's a crazy suggestion, Floyd Mayweather: the next time you're worried about your training suffering behind bars, do not beat your baby mama.

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. says jail is killing his boxing career ... after just 12 days. The poor woman-beater can't get the training or caloric intake he needs!

Mayweather says in legal papers - in which he begs a judge to release him from jail into house arrest - that he needs to get out or he'll lose everything.

Floyd must serve only 78 more days in lockup, mind you.

He says he spends 23 hours a day in isolation for his own safety, but he claims that it's taking a "cruel and inhuman" toll on his physique ... seriously.

Floyd Mayweather Mugshot

In the papers, Floyd, 35, estimates his career only has a few years ... his days of making excuses for not fighting Manny Pacquiao are dwindling!

Floyd's doctor told the court he's concerned about Floyd's diet - down from 3,000-4,000 calories a day to 800, supposedly - and lack of exercise.

Floyd says his doctor also "expressed deep concern for [Floyd's] health," predicting likely "irreversible damage to Mr. Mayweather's physique."

Mayweather claims doctors are deeply concerned about his "dehydrated appearance, his lack of muscle tone and his dry mucus membranes."

If only Floyd were concerned about the appearance of Josie Harris' face, he might not be in this position. Wrap your membrane around that.

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On Friday, boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. begins a three-month jail sentence in Las Vegas, Nev., for his recent domestic violence conviction.

The undefeated boxer's legal and ring advisers weren't immediately commenting about Mayweather's scheduled Friday morning surrender in court.

Mayweather's conviction stems from a hair-pulling, arm-twisting attack on Josie Harris, the mother of three of his children, in September 2010.

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Mayweather, whose arrest wasn't his last, pleaded guilty last December to reduced charges in the altercation with Josie Harris while their two sons watched.

In January, Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa agreed to let Mayweather remain free long enough to fight Miguel Cotto on May 5 at the MGM Grand hotel.

Mayweather won the bout. Harris' lawyer isn't commenting on Mayweather's scheduled surrender. Harris and the children now live in Southern California.

Hopefully the time in jail gives Floyd time to reflect, allowing him to return with a renewed sense of purpose and fresh excuses for not fighting Manny Pacquiao.

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UFC President Dana White is calling out convicted woman beater Floyd Mayweather.

In a just-released videotaped diatribe, White refers to the champion boxer as "racist" due to comments Mayweather made about star point guard Jeremy Lin, claiming the Knicks sensation was only receiving press because he's Asian.

"Don't worry about what all these other guys are doing and shooting your big mouth off on Twitter," White says below. "What you should worry about is getting in there and making the fight that all the boxing fans want to see. Get in there and fight Manny Pacquiao."

And while you're at it, Floyd, look up some numbers: Lin scored more points in his first five NBA starts than any player in modern basketball history.

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It's official: Jeremy Lin is a Linternational sensation.

The New York Knicks point guard hit a three-pointer with .5 seconds remaining last night to help his team post its sixth straight victory, 90-87 over the Toronto Raptors.

Lin finished with 28 points and 11 assists and has now scored more points in his first five starts than any player in modern NBA history. Watch the game-winner now:

Let's all hope Floyd Mayweather was paying attention.

That law-breaking boxer posted one of the dumbest Tweets in the history of Twitter - which is saying A LOT - this week when he wrote that "Jeremy Lin is a good player but all the hype is because he's Asian. Black players do what he does every night and don't get the same praise."

Right. Because no black players in the NBA ever receive praise and because Lin isn't accomplishing feats that, literally, no one has accomplished on the court in 40 years.

Can't this bigoted moron go to jail already?

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Will Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather fight this May? The former's trainer says he will decide within days whether to agree to a boxing match May 5.

Freddie Roachsaid Manny and promoter Bob Arum are in the Philippines, trying to push back deals to fight other boxers so he can tangle with Floyd.

Roach is scoffing at Mayweather's tweet in which he calls Pacquiao a "punk," saying, "He should look in the mirror. He's been ducking us for two years."

Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather

As for what weight class Manny Pacquiao will fight in, Roach said 147 lbs., or the upper limit of welterweight. We'll see if that becomes an issue as well.

Of course, even if Pacquiao can rearrange his schedule, both sides have to agree on a financial deal, leaving many possible opportunities for an impasse.

Roach says, "We'll do it on even terms." At least Mayweather's jail sentence for domestic violence has been pushed back, freeing up his calendar for May 5.

He just needs an opponent to conveniently duck last minute.

Who will win if Pacquiao and Mayweather throw down?

 

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Ah, the life of a famous person. You can pretty much admit that you beat up the mother of your children... and then make a deal with a judge that allows you to fight for millions.

Such is the case for Floyd Mayweather Jr., who was sentenced to 90 days in prison last month on a domestic violence charge, but has now successfully postponed his jail time until June. This means he'll be free to fight in Nevada on May 5.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. Photograph

"We are pleased that the judge granted postponement of Floyd's surrender date so that he can fulfill his commitment to Las Vegas to deliver his promised mega-fight and the economic benefits it provides to the community," said Leonard Ellerbe, a representative of the fighter.

No opponent has yet been named for the May 5 fight.

Mayweather will then begin serving his prison term on June 1. He must also complete 100 hours of community service and pay a $2,500 fine.

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Floyd Mayweather is undefeated in the boxing ring. But the multiple-time, multiple-weight class champion just lost a battle in court: a judge sentenced him to 90 days in prison.

Floyd Mayweather in Training

Mayweather was arrested in September of 2010 after ex-girlfriend Josie Harris, the mother of his children, accused the athlete of hitting her in the head in front of the former couple's kids.

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Floyd Mayweather may have knocked out Victor Ortiz last night, but he was apparently still itching for a fight afterward ... with sportscaster Larry Merchant.

During the post-fight interview, Floyd started absolutely screaming at HBO's 80-year-old ringside reporter, yelling, "You never give me a fair shake."

"HBO need to fire you," the fighter continued, all up in Merchant's grill. "You don't know $h!t about boxing. You ain't $h!t! You're not $h!t!" Yikes. See below.

Larry Merchant didn't back down, barely even flinching at the outburst and telling the champ: "I wish I was 50 years younger and I'd kick your a$$."

Damn, Mayweather. Who knew, you won by KO, but you still got served.

At least he didn't bring up Floyd's apparent history of wailing on women.

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