- Mike Tyson was spotted over the weekend training with Kurt Angle and Henry Cejudo
- The 54-year-old is preparing to step into the ring after 15 years for a fight against Roy Jones Jr
- The fight was slated for September but was later moved to November to raise more funds
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Mike Tyson is now training with WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle and former UFC bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo ahead of his heavyweight clash with Roy Jones Jr.
The boxing bout is slated for November 28, Tyson at age 54 still believes he has what it takes to deliver his heavy punches that wrecked opponents.
Tyson, Angle and Cejudo were spotted together at the weekend as the Iron Mike as he prepares for his money-spinning exhibition match.
Retired pro wrestler Angle shared a photo of the trio together on his Instagram page and captioned it: "#SmartCups Ambassadors @henry_cejudo @miketyson and yours' truly, at a training session today."
The Baddest Man has been working with MMA trainer Rafael Cordeiro for the fight who is a respected trainer in combat sports.
Tyson is now in top shape with footage emerging over the weekend of the 54-year-old in action with the pads.
He used the session to work on his head movement and his combination punches with an unknown opponent on the ropes.
The fight which was originally fixed for September at the Dignity Health Sports Park in California has now been moved to November.
And according to the California State Athletic Commission, the fight is going to be a sparring session and both fighters are not expected to go for a knockout as well as judges not scoring the fight.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlie reported that earlier 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 per cent 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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