He may be retired from boxing, but one of Mike Tyson's former homes has made its way back into the spotlight.
Photographer Johnny Joo captured the above images of the abandoned mansion formerly belonging to former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson. The boxing legend lived at the Southington, Ohio home in the late 1980's and 90's while training for fights at Don King's facility.
The home features five-bedrooms, a full-size pool, tiger cages, and a basketball court. The property was purchased by a church in December 2014, with hopes of turning Tyson's former home into the "Living Word Sanctuary," according to Joo.
"As I wandered the halls and rooms of this large vacant space, I could only imagine the wild parties that must have taken place within these walls," Joo writes on his blog, Architectural Afterlife. "There I stood, looking across a living room that was once full of life, but now remains empty of parties, tigers or celebrities. It was odd to think that I was staring down a place the famous Mike Tyson once called home."
Check out the incredible images of Tyson's home in the gallery above.
PHOTOS: See inside Mike Tyson's abandoned Ohio mansion