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Dave Portnoy is renting a $200,000-per-month Miami Beach pad that was formerly owned by Floyd Mayweather Jr. until this past October, when the boxing champion unloaded it at a loss, The Post can report. 

Mayweather, 44, initially purchased the home in 2016 for $7.7 million in an all-cash deal, property records show. He sold it to Julian and Natalia Saban for $6.25 million last fall — a $1.5 million loss. 

Barstool founder Portnoy, also 44, first moved into the over 5,200-square-foot home last month. 

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Page Six previously reported that Portnoy had been scouting for a mansion in the area, with a Barstool rep confirming that, in fact, "Dave loves warm breezes, pretty señoritas and low taxes so anything is possible."

But it looks like he is living the luxe life in this rental until he finds that perfect home. 

The waterfront estate is made up of five bedrooms and five bathrooms and was newly built in 2015.

Barstool’s Dave Portnoy is renting Floyd Mayweather’s former Miami Beach mansion — complete with a boat slip — for $200,000 per month. (Realtor.com)

Features of the home include glass-window walls with intracoastal views, white marble hardwood flooring and a rooftop summer kitchen with shade sails. 

Other amenities include a dock and 80 feet of waterfront views.

Portnoy posted a picture on social media of his working space with the backdrop of the waterfront pool.

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"Miami office coming along…," the caption reads.

Portnoy is the latest in a string of celebrities who have relocated to Miami, including power couple Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, as well as Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen.

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