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Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield‘s Georgia estate is under foreclosure and set to be auctioned off on July 1, according to a legal notice in a local newspaper.

The lavish home, worth an estimated $10 million, is a 109-room, 54,000-square-foot estate on 235 acres outside of Atlanta. One of the largest homes in the Southeast, it includes 11 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, a bowling alley, Olympic-size pool and a stable stocked with a half-dozen horses.

Apparently experiencing financial difficulties, Holyfield, 45, has missed two child support payments to the mother of one of his nine children. Toi Irvin, who lives in Clayton County, filed a petition for contempt in Fayette County Superior Court on behalf of her 10-year-old son.

Holyfield has declined to comment.

Holyfield joins a growing list of celebrities who are facing losing their homes. Recently Ed McMahon’s $6.2 million home went into foreclosure.

View photos of Evander Holyfield’s home below.