Floyd Mayweather Jr. was released from Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas, Nev. on Aug. 3 after serving 60 days of a 90-day sentence for a misdemeanor domestic battery charge.

The superstar boxer was released early from his full sentence for good behavior. According to reports, Nevada state law may allow inmates to receive as many as 10 days per month off their sentence for good behavior.

Mayweather was greeted outside of the detention center by his family and friends, including famous rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson. The 35-year-old boxer appeared in excellent shape, despite his lawyer’s complaints that prison food and lack of space in cell threatened his health and fitness.

According to ESPN, the high-profile athlete was kept separate for his protection from the other 3,200 inmates in the detention center.

Mayweather didn’t talk to any of the reporters that waited for him as he was released, so the question remains when he plans on fighting again. However, he did tell the media before his sentence began that he does plan on fighting again before the end of the year.

He last fought on May 5, beating Miguel Cotto for the welterweight title. Mayweather made $32 million in his win over Cotto, the most money earned in a single bout by any boxer in the history of prize fighting. He was recently named by Forbes as the richest athlete in the world, generating $86 million in revenue in 2011 alone.

If Mayweather (43-0 career pro record) does fight again in 2012, it’ll be interesting to see who will end up promoting the fight. Mayweather’s best friend, 50 Cent, had recently tweeted that his new promotion company, called The Money Team, will represent Mayweather in future fights but the boxer has yet to confirm if that is true. Mayweather is believed to co-own The Money Team with 50-Cent.