Maybe The Breck Boy Needs A Little More Elbow Room?

Of course, given how cramped his current digs are, this might not be quite enough space even for him

FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. — Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield appears to be having financial problems.
A legal notice that appeared in a local newspaper shows his Fayette County estate is under foreclosure. The 104-room, 54,000-square-foot home worth an estimated $10 million is set to be auctioned by a bank on July 1.

54,000 square feet.
That’s over 30 times the size of Bingley Manor.
Where the hell did I go wrong?

5 Responses to “Maybe The Breck Boy Needs A Little More Elbow Room?”

  1. wunderkraut says:

    Let’s see…you never followed your dream of being a professional boxer who has tons of illegitimate kids and no financial sense.
    When I lived in Fayetteville, I would drive by his house every day on my way into downtown Atlanta for work. It was actually one of my landmarks to remind me to turn onto some road. Yeah, it’s one giant sprawling complex.
    I remember that the perimeter fence (nice iron and stone) probably cost more than I would make in my lifetime.

  2. wunderkraut says:

    Also, I think the U.S. Congress should DO SOMETHING.
    I mean, what kind of country are we living in when even a multimillionaire is not immune from ChimpyMcHitlerBurton’s economy?
    Is this the country we want to leave to our children?
    Our children?!?!?!?!
    Think of the Children!

  3. nightfly says:

    I believe that Mike Tyson is thinking of the children, Wunder.

  4. Julie says:

    Um, by my calculations, its more than 38 times the size of my humble abode. What did he do, put in an indoor boxing arena with 16,000 seats?

  5. Dave E. says:

    Um, and I can outhumble(hmmmm) Julie at 56 times my little house. The sympathy tap is dry on this one.

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