Mike Tyson is racking up homes along one Las Vegas street the way he used to collect heavyweight titles.
The vicious-boxer-turned-jokey-entertainer just forked out $2.5 million for a 10,400-square-foot mansion a short walk from his current home in a suburban golf course community.
The six-bedroom, seven-bath Mediterranean-style villa has all the pomp and luxury you’d expect in a Vegas mansion, including a grand piano in the chandeliered marble foyer.
An open floor plan on the first level combines an expansive kitchen with a casual eating area and a family room with a wet bar big enough to deliver a punch. For knockout events, there’s a grand dining room and a great room with an ornate fireplace.
The massive master bath features lots of mirrors where Tyson can check out his facial tattoo, and a hot tub looking out onto a wide deck and the backyard swimming pool and spa.
Lest you worry that Tyson has bitten off more than he can chew, listing agent Ken Lowman from Luxury Homes of Las Vegas said he plans to list the champ’s smaller house down the street.