Mike Tyson has been training quite a lot throughout the quarantine. However, what’s interesting is the fact that Tyson putting in so much work into his art may result in a possible return to the boxing ring. And that is something that fans all over the world have been dying to witness.
Iron Mike has been overly active on social media as well as in the gym for the past few weeks. To a hopeful fan, it is indicative of a potential return to fighting ways. What’s more, Tyson recently revealed that he is ‘ready to go to war again’ amid his training routines.
Tyson, who retired more than a decade ago has been training along with MMA coach Rafael Cordeiro, amid the Coronavirus epidemic.
The Baddest Man on the Planet holds the record for being the youngest heavyweight champion of the world at the age of 20. And now he has announced plans to return to the boxing ring for an exhibition fight to raise money for charity.
The fighter believes he is in great shape to make this enticing fight a reality. Keeping his training videos in mind, no one would argue with the legendary boxer.
In another post on social media, the 53-year-old heavyweight left fans with a hint regarding a potential comeback. “Anything is possible when you are smart about it. Train Smart. Recover Smarter.” wrote Mike Tyson on the latest video he posted to Instagram.
Mike Tyson to take on Evander Holyfield?
It is only natural for two record-holding heavyweights to take on each other in the boxing ring if both are looking to make a comeback. And it seems like Holyfield finds the idea attractive considering how he called the fight a “win-win-win” for all parties involved.
Holyfield, on the heels of Tyson’s declaration of making a comeback, revealed that he might find himself in the boxing ring yet again.
When asked about the possibility of settling the score against Mike Tyson in a trilogy fight, Evander Holyfield did not seem reluctant, for if Iron Mike is up for it, so is Holyfield.
The pair have gone toe to toe twice in the 1990s. Holyfield knocked Tyson out in their first bout before their infamous second bout. Dubbed as the “Bite Fight”, the brawl is best remembered for Tyson biting a chunk out of Holyfield’s ear during the clash.
Despite their last contest taking a rather barbaric turn, Holyfield seems ready to take on Tyson.
Would you like to see Tyson take on Holyfield?