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Floyd Mayweather out of Jail: 'Money' Takes to Social Media to Thank Fans

Photo courtesy of: Floyd Mayweather's Instagram
Photo courtesy of: Floyd Mayweather's Instagram
Mick AkersAnalyst IAugust 3, 2012

Floyd Mayweather Jr. has been out of jail for around 10 hours now and he has already took to his social media outlets to thank fans and post his first picture of himself post-jail.

Mayweather tweeted out a photo and message from his instagram account that read:

During his 63-day jail stint in the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas, fans were urged to write the five-division champ while he was incarcerated to show their support.

Mayweather (43-0, 26 KOs) looked like he was still in great shape in the photo he uploaded, so although most feel like "Money" wouldn't be ready for a fight until December of this year or possibly early in 2013, his physique states otherwise.

The only difference in Mayweather's photo is the hair on his head, as the world is used to seeing "Money" with his head completely shaved.

Mayweather appears to be in the kind of shape that only a solid training camp would be needed to get him back in the championship form the world is used to seeing.

Now the biggest decision for "Money" will if he will vacate his welterweight or junior middleweight titles, as he currently owns belts from both divisions.

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