Despite making more than $400 mιllιon annually, Tyson, one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time, paid $2.5mιllιon for his six-bedroom, seven-bathroom property in 2015.

“The Baddest Man on the Planet” owns it in Henderson, Nevada, near Sin City. In 2003, the famed boxer was forced to declare bankruptcy due to $23 mιllιon in debt, The Post said.

Tyson spent $300 mιllιon on mansions, vehicles, diamonds, and pet tigers. It’s still a big estate by American standards, but it doesn’t scream half-billionaire. Celebrity mansions average $20 mιllιon.

The 10,400-square-foot home on almost an acre in Seven Hills is spacious. Two casitas—one with an apartment—are also there.

A video room, wine cellar, two big master suites—one on the first floor and one on the second—a disappearing-edge pool, spa, outdoor kitchen, and large covered terrace are among the amenities.

The Italian-style home has custom iron railings, arched entrances, vaulted ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, stone fireplaces, marble flooring, and a marble staircase.

The gourmet kitchen has Thermador stainless steel appliances, a big island with a breakfast bar, and custom cabinetry.

Tyson fought again on Wednesday night. According to Tyson’s agents, a video showed him punching a “aggressive” passenger on a flight to Florida.

He flew JetBlue from San Francisco to Miami for a cannabis conference after-party. Tyson promotes toad venom tripping and produces psychedelic toads.

“Unfortunately, Mr. Tyson had an incident on a flight with an aggressive passenger who began harassing him and threw a water bottle at him while he was in his seat,” according to Tyson representatives.

Two suspects were detained by the police. At the scene, one individual sustained non-life-threatening injuries. San Francisco police stated, “This subject provided few details about the incident and refused to cooperate with the investigation.”