Rick Ross looks to hustle into Evander Holyfield’s Georgia mansion

Rick Ross hustles hard, and sometime a hustler needs a 54,000-square-foot mansion. The Georgia residence, which sits just outside of Atlanta in Fayetteville, was formerly owned by heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield. Ross is reportedly the buyer of the massive home.

In 2012, after falling on hard financial times, Holyfield was forced to sell his pad to the bank.

The state’s largest single-family home may soon have a suitor worthy of its size. The 103 acre property comes equipped with 12 bedrooms and 21 bathrooms. If that isn’t enough for you, the house has 109 rooms in total – three quarters of which Ross will never see.

The home (a term we are using loosely here) also features a bowling alley and an indoor swimming pool.

Following are photos of the $7.89 million mansion, courtesy of Zillow and Best Georgia Home Search.