Mike Tyson Terrifying Workout Videos: Back in the Boxing Ring?

Author: Sonali


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Mike Tyson has been continually sharing his training videos for quite some time. Is he preparing to return to the boxing ring? Yes. In a statement, Tyson has revealed that he is planning for a return. The videos that he has been posting — are from his preparation for his return to the four-round exhibition fights for charity. In his latest video, Tyson can be seen hitting the pads, making all efforts to show off that he still has that power and speed when he would be celebrating his 54th birthday at the end of June.

Since he came up with the announcement — many potential opponents and offers are surfacing. One of these being that of a $20 million offer for fighting MMA legend Wanderlei Silva in a bare-knuckle fight at BKFC. Another challenge came in from UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones — it came in after he had a discussion over some financial disputes with UFC.

Tyson's face-off with Evander Holyfield.

But, of all the offers coming Tyson’s way, the most relevant to talk about would be his face-off with his former rival, 57-year-old Evander Holyfield. During their pro career, Tyson got beaten by Holyfield two times. The second of these fights ended when Tyson bit Holyfield's portion of the ear. Both of these former rivals have expressed their desire to fight in charity exhibition bouts. From many practice videos that he has been posting on his social media handles, it looks like that his preparations to make a comeback is in full swing. Jon Jones has also sent an offer to the heavyweight champion, who has been at odds with UFC for the pay scales of players.

Jones & UFC.

Jones was preparing to move up to the heavyweight division to fight Francis Ngannou — but the UFC did not agree for increased pay for taking up a risky fight. He was gearing up for “Deontay Wilder money,” (making more than $20 million). He has been saying that the UFC fighters have always been underpaid keeping most of the money generated with them. Tyson’s views on the matter looked very clear — he said that UFC fighters would never make as much money as others despite the fact that UFC has the most viewership. Tyson said that Jones should keep making his voice strong if he wants to make, “super money.”

The 32-year-old Jone has shown his willingness to come into the ring with Tyson if Iron Mike will give him a “real fight in the Octagon afterward.” Despite the fact that Tyson is 20 years older than Jones, he is ready to take up the challenge — and his recent workout videos would necessarily prove that.




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