- Mike Tyson is currently sweating it out in the gym as he prepares for a sensational return to boxing
- The retired heavyweight boxer will fight in an exhibition bout organized to raise funds for the needy
- The Baddest Man on the Planet still holds the record as the youngest heavyweight champion at age 20
Mike Tyson is preparing for a sensational return to boxing in an exhibition fight to help raise money for the less privileged.
The 53-year-old showed his unbelievable speed and punch power while hitting hard on pads with his trainer.
In a video clip posted on Instagram for former undisputed heavyweight champion was still menacing like in the days he knocked out his opponents.
Tyson still holds the record of becoming the youngest heavyweight boxer at the age of 20 when he defeated Trevor Berbick in 1986.
Four years later he lost to James Buster Douglas via an eighth-round knockout in 1990 and two years later when went to prison for forcefully having his way with a lady.
He returned to the ring in 1995 and won the WBC and WBA belts a year later and lost to Evander Holyfield in 1996.
Tyson also recorded defeats to Lennox Lewis and Kevin McBride until he retired from the sport with a 50-6 record.
He is now using lockdown time to get in shape, as he wants to lace up the gloves once again.
“I've been working out, I've been trying to get in the ring, I think I'm going to box some exhibitions and get in shape.
"I want to go to the gym and get in shape to be able to box three or four-round exhibitions for some charities and stuff.”
The Baddest man on the Planet once boxed Corey Sanders in an exhibition in 2006 which was organized to help relieve some of his document troubles.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Mike Tyson once gave Wayne Rooney some advise on things to watch out for when becoming a superstar after he joined Manchester United, according to former Sparring partner Joe Egan.
Rooney trained as a boxer during his youth days and both Tyson and Rooney were eager to meet each other back in the mid-2000s.
The Red Devils legend recently posted a photo of himself the former undisputed heavyweight king on his Instagram handle.
Tyson who struggled with life outside of the ring was keen to use his experiences to educate Rooney on dealing with success, fame and money.
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