Las Vegas Police confirmed the early release of American boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. after serving two months in a domestic battery case.
According to Las Vegas police spokesman Jose Hernandez, Mayweather’s 90-day sentence was lessened after the boxer showed good behavior in the detention center.
The spokesman stated that Mayweather will be released on the 3rd of August, Friday in the United States.
“He is scheduled to be released on the third, but we don’t know what time,” said Hernandez.
Mayweather’s previous fight was in May 5, wherein he won the super welterweight title against Puerto Rican boxer Miguel Cotto. Mayweather is still undefeated, with his professional record standing at 43-0.