Rick Ross buys Evander Holyfield’s foreclosed Atlanta mansion
It hasn’t bee revealed how much the Miami rapper paid for the home but when the home was first placed for auction, the starting bid was a whopping $2.5 million, but only after a $10,000 deposit.
Evander moved out of his former home back in July 2012 after losing it to foreclosure. He reportedly owed over $14 million on the 54,000 square foot mega-mansion which was built in 1994, sits on 104 acres that includes a 350,000 gallon outdoor swimming pool, an indoor lap pool, a bowling alley, baseball field, and dinning room that seats up to 100 people.
Click here to see the former heavyweight champion’s custom built mansion that is now owned by Ricky Ross.