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Deontay Wilder’s California House Starting To Take Shape

I have no idea why Deontay Wilder’s 2019 purchase of this Glendora, California house is all the rage this week, but here we are taking a look at the pad the former heavyweight champ dropped $1,780,000 on back in 2019. You guys like real estate, so here’s what a boxing champ can afford these days.

This 6,344 sq. ft., 5 bedroom/six-bathroom house 28 miles from Staples Center has dual two-car garages in case you have the in-laws over and you want to avoid dealing with them. You can have them spend time on their own side of the massive house and come on over to the other side for dinner. They can even have their own garage door opener so they feel special.

Wilder, being the first owner of this new build, was able to have his landscapers come in and install the plants and lighting to make this place look worthy of a guy who’s fought on the biggest stages and is scheduled to meet Tyson Fury to complete the trilogy December 19 in Las Vegas.

The bare-bones version of Wilder’s house isn’t that impressive, but he has approximately $46.5 million in career earnings to fix it up to his wife’s liking.

Deontay Wilder house
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Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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