Floyd Mayweather has kicked stripper girlfriend Anna Monroe out of his $11million mansion in order to focus on his upcoming bout with Logan Paul, according to reports.
The Sun revealed back in January that Mayweather, 43, proposed to Monroe – the lead dancer at his Las Vegas strip club 'Girl Collection' – just months into their relationship.
The boxing legend even moved her into his lavish Vegas pad, which includes 11 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms and two guest houses.
However, Monroe has since been moved back into her old apartment by Mayweather, who wants to keep his focus purely on the exhibition against Paul on June 6 along with future fights.
A source told The Sun: "Floyd asked Anna to move out because he wants to focus on his boxing as he prepares for his next fights. Some of her friends think it's strange because he lives in a huge mansion in Vegas with 11 bedrooms and two guest houses – so there's more than enough room for him to have his own space, but Floyd wanted her to go so he could focus.
"Floyd is getting back into boxing more and more – even though he has supposed to have retired. So everything is being put on hold for the time being."
Monroe had previously told friends that she wanted to have a baby with Mayweather, widely considered one of the greatest boxers of all time, later this year.
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But for now the self-proclaimed Best Ever's focus is on Paul, whom he will be taking on in a six-round exhibition out in Miami.
While Mayweather retired as a professional with an impeccable 50-0 record, for the YouTube sensation it will be only the second time he has competed in the ring.
He slumped to defeat in his first professional contest in 2019, coming unstuck against fellow YouTuber KSI.
Paul is already in sensational shape ahead of his date of destiny with Mayweather, who last competed in another exhibition against Japan's Tenshin Nasukawa on New Year's Eve in 2018.
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