Mike Tyson shows impressive boxing skills with his dog years after retirement

Mike Tyson shows impressive boxing skills with his dog years after retirement

- Mike Tyson re-enacts his boxing moves after sparring with his pet dog Mars

- The 53-year-old is currently on self-isolation over this deadly coronavirus

- Tyson hanged his gloves in 2005 having won 50 of his 58 fights

Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson may have retired over a decade, the ex-boxer still has his skills and pace intact.

The 53-year-old American was dubbed the 'Baddest Man on the Planet' during his active days - winning 50 of his 58 professional fights in his career.

He was the king of knockouts back then - winning 44 of those fights on knockouts, becoming the youngest fighter to win the heavyweight title.

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The New York-born who is currently on coronavirus self-isolation shared a video on social media sparring with his pet to quench boredom.

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At some point, the dog named Mars looked like it was going to face his owner but later moved the other way as reported by Sport Bible.

Meanwhile, the video got some of 'Iron Mike Tyson' talking on social media. One fan posted: "I do that with my dog but my dog doesn't back off and give that look like 'this man is a killer."

Another supporter on Instagram callumm_1502 wrote: "Don't blame the dog I'll s**t myself too." While the third fan said: "Champ still got that movement."

And user infinite. zion added: "Damb [sic] still moving like you in your prime."

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Tyson went viral last year when a clip showed him turning into a prime 'Iron' Mike as he effortlessly showed his 'peek-a-boo' technique.

And rap icon Eminem told the boxing legend that he could still "f**k up anybody" after he watched the viral clip.

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Legit.ng earlier reported Mike Tyson became the youngest heavyweight champion at the age of 20 in 1985 and the youngster had all the goods things of life at his disposal.

The Iron Mike went on to unify the heavyweight division to hold the WBC, WBA, and IBF belts after winning all his 37 professional fights with an 87 percent knockout rate.

But in the midst of all his successes, Tyson hit a career-low after losing his first fight to James Buster Douglas in 1990. Later that year he was sentenced to six years in prison for sexual harassment.

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