Rick Ross Buys Evander Holyfield's 109-Room ATL Mansion | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Rick Ross Buys Evander Holyfield’s 109-Room ATL Mansion

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014
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Rick Ross Johnny Football Manziel in the club

It is a 109-room mansion.

It has a movie theatre, bowling alley, 235 acres of grass to cut and 350k Gallon Pool. The electric bill is $17k a month and it cost over a $1 million a year to maintain.

Holyfield went broke, so the bank foreclosed on the home. It went to auction starting at $2.5 million (originally was worth over $20 million), so depending on the bids, might have been a steal for Ross. It is the biggest single family home in the ATL.

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