In this Dec. 15, 2001photo, former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield rests his face on his hand as he listens during a post fight news conference after his bout with John Ruiz at the Foxwoods Casino in Mashantucket, Conn. (AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson)

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Every athlete likes to have a comfortable crib. But boxer Evander Holyfield went all out with his home purchase. Holyfield's massive mansion in suburban Atlanta boasts more than 100 rooms, including 11 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, three kitchens, a movie theatre, bowling alley, Olympic-size pool, even a stable stocked with horses to roam the 235 acre grounds. But it wasn't the $20 million price tag on this 54,000 square foot monster home that pushed Holyfield into financial troubles, it was the maintenance costs. Strapped for cash in 2008, he was sued for $500,000 in unpaid landscaping fees.

* Bing: Where is Holyfield now?