Logan Paul is currently living in a $13 million Puerto Rico mansion, The Post can reveal.
But 26-year-old Paul has been vocal and determined to prove himself as more than just a social-media mogul — so much so that he left his Los Angeles lifestyle and moved out to the island in March to focus on training.
Paul and Mayweather, 44, will face each other at 8 p.m. on Sunday, June 6, at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom abode where Paul has been training is located in the Dorado Beach East Community at the Ritz Carlton Reserve.
Owned by content creator Kevin Thobias, Paul is paying an estimated $55,000 per month for the fully furnished home, according to the listing.
Features of the modern style property, which spans over 5,200 square feet, include a fully equipped kitchen, an open-space living area, high ceilings, an expansive pool and a gazebo.
Pegged as an executive resort house, the gated community provides full access to over 2000 acres of landscaped golf courses, tropical gardens and beaches.
It’s also possible that Paul could eventually come to buy the home himself while it is currently on the market.
The star shocked fans back in February when he announced he was leaving California after being “bitten” by the bug that so many Los Angeles residents were feeling, and admitted he wanted “a change” in his life.
“I went out there to scout it, and I fell in love with it,” Paul said about Puerto Rico in an episode of his “imPaulsive” podcast. “Obviously, I’m impulsive, and I trust my gut, my instincts. I feel like it’s the closing of a chapter and the opening of a new one.”
Recently, Paul’s brother Jake left his West Coast lifestyle as well and moved to Florida to also focus on his boxing career.
The Logan Paul-Floyd Mayweather fight will be a pay-per-view event, streaming on Showtime in the US.