Mayweather, Flush With Fight Money, Will Keep Florida Condo

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ASSOCIATED PRESSFloyd Mayweather Jr., left, defeated Manny Pacquiao by unanimous decision on May 2 in Las Vegas.

By Melissa Allison

UPDATE: As GossipExtra.com promised he would, Floyd Mayweather Jr. has taken his Florida condo off the market. He had been trying to sell the place since last summer and recently dropped the price by $600,000.

ORIGINAL POST 5/4/2015: Welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s boxing creds may be rising, but the price on his Florida penthouse just keeps falling.

The boxer, who remains undefeated after beating Manny Pacquiao, is asking $1.999 million for his condo high above Sunny Isles Beach, which is on a barrier island north of Miami. That's down from $2.599 million last July.

The penthouse weighs in at 3,020 square feet with four bedrooms, five bathrooms and comes furnished, listing agent Tanasha Pettigrew of Galleria International Realty told GossipExtra.

"He wants to leave condo life for a house," Pettigrew said. "His four children are getting older -- they are now 12 to 15 years old -- so he wants them to be able to run around."

Meanwhile, his opponent Pacquiao recently picked up Sean "Diddy" Combs' former home in Beverly Hills.

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