- Mike Tyson was caught on camera in another admirable training session
- The 53-year-old was hitting hard on a punching bag wearing smiley shirt and gloves
- Tyson is expected to return into the ring in a much anticipated fight
Mike Tyson has released another stunning video of his training session where he again showed incredible speed and punching power.
The former undisputed heavyweight champion is getting closer to making a come back after 15 years of hanging his gloves.
Iron Mike has posted some of his work out videos in recent times and putting a hole inside a punching is the scariest out of the previous two.
The 53-year-old's latest video has drawn the attention of fans on social media after the former heavyweight world champion showing off his devastating punching power.
Wearing a smiley t-shirt, smiley boxing gloves and hitting a punch bag with a smiley face on it, Tyson is anything but smiling as he lays into the target.
He was spotted were a smiley t-shirt and gloves, hitting the punching bag which speed and precision and turned to the camera saying “Mike Tyson and Chinatown Market coming soon.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Tyson Fury has made a sensational claim that his namesake Mike Tyson wanted a staggering £500m to challenge him.
The Baddest Man on the Planet is set to return to the ring in an exhibition fight after retiring 15 years back.
Iron Mike has been linked with high profile fighters including former rival Evander Holyfield and Shanon Briggs.
Legit.ng had earlier Tyson Fury has claimed that Anthony Joshua refused a staggering £64million to have a mega-fight with former WBC champion Deontay Wilder.
The Gypsy King admitted that if the fight between AJ and the Bronze Bomber had happened, his fellow Brit would have lost the fight.
Fury who dethroned Wilder to become the new WBC champion believes the American would have had the better of Joshua.
Legit.ng also reported Mike Tyson had a fair share of earnings in his glittering career and made well over $400million before filing for bankruptcy.
The Baddest Man on the Planet became a heavyweight champion at the age of 20 after defeating Trevor Berbick in 1985 and made $1.5m.
Tyson's earnings doubled two months later when he stopped Tony Tubbs in Japan and made $20m when he beat Micheal Spinks in just 90 seconds.
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