- Evander Holyfield has revealed that his third fight with Mike Tyson is close
- Holyfield and Tyson have returned to full training ahead of an exhibition fight
- Both former heavyweight champions fought twice in the 90's during their prime
Evander Holyfield has confirmed that talks are ongoing for the much anticipated trilogy fight with Mike Tyson.
The two heavyweights have returned to training and have been teasing fans about another fight for them to see.
Despite being in their 50's, it is understood that both fighters are ready to enter the squared circle for an exhibition or charity show.
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Holyfield who defeated Tyson twice in his career has claimed that there will be a part III regarding the blockbuster.
“His people have been talking to my people and we haven’t yet got a solid deal together but it’s coming that way.
"If it happens, then that’s no problem.
“Well the thing is, he was doing something and I was doing something.
“When I told people about it, they saw me working out and they kind of put two and two together,
“They must be coming together to do this like this.
“But the fact of the matter is, I didn’t mind if we do do something like this," Holyfield told The 3 Point Conversation.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Evander Holyfield has opened up about renewing his feud with his former rival Mike Tyson in a charity boxing match.
The pair went to battle into 1996 and 1997 and Holyfield wants a trilogy to happen including clash with former champion Riddick Bowe.
The Real Deal is set to get back into the ring for an exhibition fight nine years after his last fight with Danish Brian Nielsen but this time he wants to come face-to-face with the Baddest man on the Planet.
Tyson is also preparing to get into the ring after releasing a video clip of his training session that went viral.
Legit.ng also reported that Mike Tyson versus Tyson Fury could happen in a charity boxing match and will be backed by promoter Bob Arum.
The Baddest Man on the Planet returned to training and his menacing speed and punching power got lots of positive reactions from fans around the world.
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