Vince McMahon has built WWE into a worldwide phenomenon.
He's re-defined sports entertainment, drawn a fanbase of millions and won himself a rather massive fortune in the process.
The chairman and CEO of WWE is worth $1.7 billion as of this year - so rather unsurprisingly, he's got a bit of cash to spend.
In the past, McMahon has been famously linked with owning limousines, a private jet, and a yacht.
But one of his biggest purchases was the Hurlingham Drive mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The property is now named Conyers Farm - and it cost McMahon £25 million. But arguably, it's worth every penny.
Per The Sun, his three-storeyed mansion - located on the outskirts of the city and close to WWE's Global HQ - has nine bathrooms, a gym and a guest room.
The entrance has two large white gates and the long driveway to the door is surrounded by lush greenery.
A fountain stands in the front yard, while a 'huge garage' stands adjacent to it.
The back door of the property leads to two large gardens either side of a corridor - and there's a pool on one side.
McMahon's mansion also has a big conservatory area and in total, his land spans 10-acres of the surrounding area.
Since moving in, the properties value has rocketed and when it was last valued, it was said to be worth around $40m (£32m).
That's pretty impressive, isn't it?
While McMahon can sleep comfortably in his mansion knowing he's got more than enough money in the bank, he's been heavily criticised for releasing a lot of WWE talent this week.
As of writing, 26 wrestlers have been cut as the company aim to save $4m per month during the coronavirus crisis.
None of them will have the luxury of returning to a fancy mansion like their former boss, either.
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