Mike Tyson’s Boxing Training Is Getting Even More Intense
From men's health
It looks like Mike Tyson is intensifying his workout as he prepares to re-enter the ring. The heavyweight world champion has been posting updates on social media regularly since he announced earlier this year that he is retiring to take part in a series of charity boxing matches, sharing clips of his training schedule, and demonstrating his impressive speed.
In his latest Instagram post, the 53-year-old fighter (who has not fought professionally since 2005) completely relieved his trainer and said in the headline that he "trains smarter every day". Actor Jamie Foxx, who is building muscle to play Tyson in a long-awaited biopic, made his approval of the video clear when he simply commented: "????????"
The news of Tyson's comeback has caused a stir in the world of boxing, and various organizers have wanted to book him for exhibition games. There are rumors of a $ 20 million fight against Wanderlei Silva, and Tyson Fury recently announced that he was contacted about a possible fight against Iron Mike in the near future.
However, the fight everyone is waiting for has lasted more than 20 years: a rematch with Evander Holyfield, made famous by Tyson during the now infamous 1997 "Bite Fight", which was itself a rematch after Holyfield knocked in 1996. Holyfield, who retired in 2012, has recently started training for a charity comeback, repeatedly hinting that he may be preparing to face his old rival.
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