*Evander Holyfield has boxed himself into a corner. The former heavyweight champion's $10 million mansion in Georgia is under foreclosure, and one of his babymamas says he owes thousands of dollars in child support.
A legal notice published in a local paper showed Holyfield's sprawling 235-acre estate in Fayette County is set to be auctioned on July 1 by Washington Mutual Bank, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Meanwhile, Toi Irvin, the mother of one of Holyfield's 11 children, says the boxing legend skipped two child-support payments – for May and June – totaling $6,000. The Clayton County resident filed a petition for contempt in Fayette County Superior Court on behalf of her 10-year-old son after she was told by Holyfield's reps not to expect the May and June payments.
Holyfield is also being sued by a Utah consulting company for failing to repay a $550,000 loan. The lawsuit, filed 15 days ago in U.S. District Court in Salt Lake City, said Holyfield borrowed the funds to pay for landscaping on his estate.
The 45-year-old fighter, whose last bout was on Oct. 13, 2007, says he's been trying to secure another heavyweight championship.