In the 1980s and early '90s, Mike Tyson was on the top of the world and had an insane amount of money to blow. Like many athletes and celebrities of the decade, the former boxing champ's lifestyle eventually surpassed his income, and he was forced to sell off a lot of his stuff, including his tigers and the seven and a half bedroom mansion he owned in Southington, Ohio. The mansion was sold in 1993 for $1.3 million and was abandoned for many years, but many of Tyson's upgrades were left inside.

Now, according to Daily Mail, there are plans to convert the lavish estate into a church. Check out the images below to see what the mansion looks like before the conversion, including the mirrored ceiling above the gold and marble jacuzzi, the empty tiger cages, massive pools, and the iron gates that still bear the champ's name 22 years later.

[via Daily Mail]