Deontay Wilder is one of the world’s leading heavyweight boxers – and his stunning £1million mansion packs quite the punch.
The Bronze Bomber, whose five-year run as WBC champion came crashing down against Tyson Fury in February, lives in a beautiful four-bedroom home in his hometown of Alabama.
He was born and raised in the southern state and always holds his training camps there ahead of a big fight.
And when you take a look around the Alabama mansion he lives in with fiancee Telli Swift and their young daughter, it’s not hard to see why.
Wilder’s 5,600 square-foot property was built in 2012 and boasts four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a two-car garage.
That isn’t enough to house his entire car collection, nonetheless, but luckily he also has a huge driveway to park more on.
The hard-hitting heavyweight has hardwood floors, a spacious indoor kitchen and an outdoor one that’s perfect for a BBQ, as well as a lift that takes you down to the basement.
Yet the pad’s unique selling point is its location, with the famous Lake Tuscaloosa sitting right behind it.
Wilder’s huge balcony – complete with classy chairs, tables and sofas – overlooks the beautiful lake and has trees surrounding it, meaning he and his family can enjoy full privacy.
They even own a personal tram that takes them down into the lake.
As well as the unparalleled view of Lake Tuscaloosa, Wilder’s property also includes its own panic room in case of intruders.
Fitted with a steel door from the legendary Fort Knox, the American and his family can hide in the room safe and securely until help is on its way.
The vault door is made to the same high specification as a Fort Knox safe, which was named after the famous gold reserves fortress in Kentucky.
But it would take a brave person to try and burgle arguably the hardest-punching heavyweight of all time…
Wilder is set to lock horns with Fury for a third time towards the end of 2020.
He was originally due to try and reclaim the WBC title this summer, but the coronavirus pandemic prevented him from doing so.
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