They are the billionaire homes of some of the worlds richest boxers, today we open the doors to the mega-mansions of these elite boxing pro’s
20. Hancock Park Home – Muhammad Ali
Starting with one of the greats, Muhammad Ali became a professional boxer at the age of just 19 years old winning various titles such as Amateur Junior titles, six Kentucky Golden Gloves, and two national Golden Gloves.
Ali had a net worth of $50 million dollars before he died in 2016, and his Hancock Park home was listed for sale for $17 million dollars.
The opulent home sits on 1.5 acres in the well known area of Fremont Place and features nine-bedrooms, an aviary, Renaissance paintings and guilded furniture.
Chandeliers hang in the center of nearly every room and other features include a 12 seat dining room with glass table, four bathrooms, its own bar and lounge area, stained glass windows and 100 year old original fuse boxes.
The garden has a large swimming pool and is surrounded by tall trees giving great privacy.
19. Pacific Palisades Home – Ray Charles Leonard
Known as ‘Sugar’ Ray Leonard, he competed from 1977 to 1997 and managed to bag various world titles in five weight divisions.
His enormous net worth exceeds $120 million dollars thanks to some acting and investments and he owned this huge custom-built home located in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles.
The estate features a 16,773-square-foot, seven-bedroom main house plus two-story guest house and was listed for sale in 2019 for $51.9 million dollars.
They lived in the home for over 20 years and the European-style home has ivy-covered walls, living room, with vaulted ceilings, sitting room with mountain views, farmhouse style kitchen and media room.
Outside also provides for great entertainment with a gym, motor court, garage, spa and manicured rose gardens, tennis court, sunken pool area and even its own putting green.
18. Jamaica Mega Mansion – Lennox Lewis
Former heavyweight world champion Lennox Lewis owns this $4 million dollar home called the ‘Lion’s lair’ located in the Tryall Golf Club resort in Hanover.
The home, which offers stunning views of the Caribbean Sea, overlooks the beautiful Montego Bay and features an amazing infinity swimming pool and bar area.
He used his architect from Chicago to help him design the indoor-outdoor themed mansion and the home has a large car parking area for multiple cars, large living room, and home gym thats perfect for training.
17. Beverly Hills Mansion – Manny Pacquiao
Got $12.5 million dollars lying around? Well so did the only boxer in the entire world to have won titles in seven various weight classes, $190 million dollar man, Manny Pacquiao.
He purchased this insane mansion in Beverly Hills that features 10,000 square-feet of space, seven-bedrooms, eight-bathrooms and backyard views overlooking Beverly Hills.
Inside you will find a home theater, marble entrance with spiral staircase, 12 seater dining room, chefs kitchen with granite countertops and giant his-and-hers closet space.
The outside has a beautiful back patio with a pool and lounge area, fountain centered in the driveway, Jacuzzi set just off the pool and an elevated patio.
Reports suggest he even gave the seller four free tickets to a Floyd Mayweather fight… cant be bad!
16. Floyd Mayweather Jr – Los Angeles Mansion
We warn you now, Mayweather Jr appears several times on this list, and for good reason, hes worth an estimated $560 million dollars.
The first of his homes covers 22,000-square-feet and sits on 1.41 acres with the home reported to have cost him $10 Million dollars.
Featuring eleven bedrooms and fourteen bathrooms he also has access to two guest houses and heated floors throughout with a commercial elevator leading to the basement.
Outside there are indoor and outdoor pools, as well as two detached four-car garages and before you ask, this is not even his largest home.
15. Amir Khan – Bolton Estate
British professional boxer, promoter and philanthropist Amir Khan held the WBA title from 2009 to 2012 and he owns this stunning $1.3 million dollar mansion.
Featuring 4 bedrooms, open plan living and family area, conservatory, modern breakfast kitchen and a bespoke dressing room and a family bathroom, the home is listed as actually having two dwellings.
This is because of the massive two-storey, 3,500 square foot ‘pool house’ that sits next to the main home and has a large heated swimming pool with mosaic of a boxing glove and complete with the initials AK.
A miniature spa, with a steam room, gymnasium, and changing room, pool table and home cinema complete the entertainment while the pool house has its own two bedrooms.
Amir, worth £30 million, purchased the home in 2006 and it is situated on gated grounds with a private road.
14. – Andy Ruiz Jr – California Home
Former heavyweight champion of the world Andy Ruiz splashed his cash on this stunning property located in California.
The home includes a massive driveway with fountain, kids treehouse and huge garden area.
Also featuring a number of balcony areas, and giant pillars, his home is estimated to be worth just under $1 million dollars.
13. Canelo Alvarez – San Diego Ocean Front Home
Now sold, this $6 million dollar hideout is located near Del mar in a highly secure gated community.
The single level Hacienda-style house was built in 2007, has seven bathrooms, six bedrooms and covers over 11,970 square feet of living space.
Other amazing features in Alvarez former home include one-bedroom guest house, resort-style swimming pool and spa, four-car garage and a gym with boxing ring and outdoor pavilion.
12. Evander Holyfield – Georgia Mansion
Another home that ended up on the for sale list, Evander Holyfield’s massive Georgia Mansion featured over 109 rooms including a bowling alley and three huge swimming pools, one containing over 350,000 gallons of water.
Holyfield flogged the home to Rick Ross in 2021 after confirming his return to the ring, selling the home for just $4.7 million dollars.
Other features of the massive home include its own banqueting hall, indoor hot tub, chefs kitchen and sprawling gardens.
The 54,000 square-foot mansion sits on 235 acres and has been described as the largest home in the state of Georgia.
11. Mike Tyson – Abandoned Mansion
Abandoned by one of the greatest boxers of all time, this home once saw happier times when he was named the greatest of all time.
Featuring everything from Tiger cages to Iron gates bearing his name and even its own basketball court.
Tyson’s financial ruin forced the sale of the home in 1999 and it has since been transformed into The Living Word Sanctuary Church’s home.
The home featured a massive swimming complex that became famous as urban explorers posted footage on their YouTube channels.
Marble interiors adorned the corridor’s that had been sliding into a state of disrepair with even the gold-plated fittings starting to deteriorate.
Tyson sold the property for $1.4 million dollars, even after it had fallen into complete disrepair.
10. Naseem Hamed – Yorkshire Home
Another home that has now been sold, Prince Naseem Hamed offloaded his ten bedroom mansion located in Sheffield for £2.33 million pounds.
Residing in the affluent area of Bents Green, Hamed counted celebrity’s such as Jessica Ennis-Hill, Michael Atherton and Chris Waddle as his neighbors.
Surrounded by 10 acres of gardens, the property has its own private garages and built in leisure complex.
An oak panelled reception hall dominates the entrance with a luxurious kitchen and the property has a built in leisure complex including a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, gymnasium, outdoor tennis court and shower room.
The home has an extensive games room and several cellars including wine cellar with a two bedroom staff cottage so they never had to leave the estate.
9. Jake Paul – Calabasas Estate
One of the largest houses owned by a boxer, and any YouTuber for that matter, Paul moved into this home in 2017.
Covering over 15,000 square feet, the mansion was one of the first content houses ever, and reportedly cost Jake $6.9 million.
There are a total of eight bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as a 26-car garage, huge garden and stunning swimming pool.
Paul literally turned the foyer of the home into a boxing ring, the backdrop of which is a massive spiral staircase.
Paul is now selling or has sold the home after deciding to move on full-time with his boxing career.
8. George Foreman – Texas Mansion
Known more for his savvy business dealings out of the ring, George Foreman has a large home with six bedrooms and seven bathrooms with nearly 12,000 square feet of space.
Featuring a tennis court, basketball court, and waterfalls, he also owns the entire land area around the cul de sac he lives on.
Located in the in the Huffman, Texas area where there are less rules and regulations on property projects.
Its understood the $300 million dollar star paid just $2.1 Million for the home.
7. Ricky Hatton – Manchester House
Having once appeared on a comic relief special called ‘This is my house’, Ricky Hatton revealed that his house is by far the best in the area where he lives.
Located in the city of Manchester, England, Hattons home features a gold dining room with gold colored chairs, home cinema, pool and even diamante door handles.
His home cinema is covered in photos and the pool area features both sun loungers and a circle couch for full relaxation.
Hatton has an eye for interior design, with diamante crocodiles, massive super-king size bed and hard wood flooring throughout.
Surrounded by high walls and a large wooden gate, the home has parking for a number of cars in its large courtyard, one of which is an Only Fools and Horses car.
6. Dereck Chisora – Home Farm
Sitting just outside of North London, the Zimbabwe-born heavyweight’s home features cows, horses, chickens and pigs.
The farm features a basic home and has ice baths dotted around during the winter, which of course, help with training.
There is ample parking for motorbikes and quadbikes, however Chisora can be seen riding the Shetland Ponies on occasion.
Life on the farm is nothing new for Chisora and has vowed to bring his daughter up surrounded by animals.
5. Oscar De La Hoya – Bel Air Country Home
One of the most modern mansions on the list, Oscar De La Hoya payed $14.6 million in cash for a home in the luxury Henderson hillside community of MacDonald Highlands.
Topping the Las Vegas area sales for may 2022, his new home sits on nearly one acre and contains 10,460 square feet of livable space with five bedrooms, seven bathrooms.
An eight-car garage, indoor and outdoor water features, panoramic views of the Strip and mountains with a digital den and media room.
Other features include an outdoor living room, outdoor kitchen and outdoor dining and wine room while the back yard features a spa, fire lounges and play areas.
4. Floyd Mayweather Jr – Mountain Trails Mansion
When it comes to Floyd Mayweather Jr, money is no object, and he showed this with the purchase of this amazing property that is fit for a royalty.
His massive estate boasts six-bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a large home theatre and its own guest house that sits on 15,096-square-feet of space.
The home has a large fountain on the central courtyard and is primed for entertaining, which is exactly what Mayweather does after winning his many fights.
3. Mike Tyson – Las Vegas Pad
Currently preparing for his comeback, Mike Tyson is not shy when it comes to property investments, and that shows with his Mediterranean-style mansion n the Seven Hills gated golf-course neighborhood.
Sitting in the prime Henderson suburbs near Las Vegas, Nevada, the property is thought to have cost him close to $2.5 million dollars.
Having worked through a bad time in his finances he now gets away from prying public eyes at the 10,400 square feet property.
It features a double-height foyer accented with marble flooring, an iron staircase, six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms, a fireplace, and a private balcony.
The home also includes a wine cellar, media room, two grand master suites, a swimming pool, a spa, an outdoor kitchen, and a spacious covered patio.
2. Floyd Mayweather Jr – Palms Place Penthouse
Owning more property than he could ever live in, another one of Floyd Mayweather Jr’s incredible homes is this Palms Place Penthouse.
Costing the former boxer just $1.81-million dollars, the home has prime views of the Las Vegas Strip and sits on the 55th floor of the high-rise.
The 3,142-square-foot unit has custom lighting, hardwood flooring and wood wall treatments with a telescoping glass wall separating the billiards room from the living room.
Two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, including a master suite feature in the sleeping area while the infinity-edge spa extends off of a private balcony toward the Vegas skyline.
Another home where you can expect Mayweather to host many of his Money Team parties.
1. Tyson Fury – Marbella Home
By far one of the best and most extravagant houses not only in Marbella but on the Costa Blanca as a whole, this home even has a replica Trevi Fountain and neoclassical elements built-in.
Estimated to be worth close to $65 Million dollars, Tysan has mainly lived in his modest Morcambe home and has even slept in caravans.
Looking like something out of Ancient Rome, Tyson’s spanish home features a courtyard that is laid with a mosaic pattern using slate grey stones.
The home has its own office and is reported to be worth around $6 million dollars.
He owns many other properties including two in Las Vegas that he decided to purchase after staying in them for training.
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