Floyd Mayweather's fiancee has reportedly left their home so the undefeated boxer can train for his upcoming bout with YouTuber Logan Paul.
The 44-year-old boxer proposed to Anna Monroe, 29, earlier this year and the pair have been living in Mayweather's $11 million mansion.
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But in a twist, the former head stripper of the Las Vegas venue Girl Collection has reportedly moved out so the boxing legend can focus on his training ahead of the Paul bout.
The Sun reported Mayweather 'kicks stripper fiancee out of mansion to focus on boxing' and according to a source the Instagram influencer moved back to her old apartment before the June 7 exhibition fight.
“Floyd asked Anna to move out because he wants to focus on his boxing as he prepares for his next fights,” a source told The Sun.
“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."
Mayweather retired from boxing in 2017 after his bout against UFC star Conor McGregor, which he won in 10 rounds.
But he has agreed to come out of retirement for an exhibition bout against Paul.
Mayweather loses it at Jake Paul
Mayweather became enraged at the face-off between Paul and himself when the latter's younger brother confronted him and stole his hat.
Jake Paul, who recently knocked out former UFC fighter Ben Askren in a lucrative pay per view bout, confronted Mayweather, taunting him before grabbing his hat and running.
Mayweather chased down the Paul brothers and punches appeared to be thrown in a melee involving a scrum of security staff.
Mayweather unleashed an expletive-laden tirade during the incident.
“Let's make it happen, yes sir, don't be calling Al Haymon [Mayweather’s advisor], for one night, got your hat,” Jake Paul could be heard saying after coming head-to-head with the undefeated boxer.
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