The 53-year-old woman caught the eye of the boxing world last week when he posted a short video of a workout that showed he had a lot of punching power and speed that allowed him to to become the first heavyweight to hold the WBA, WBC and IBF Titles.
Tyson said then that he is considering returning to the ring for a few show fights to raise money for charity.
The most recent video showed Tyson growling through a pad-hitting workout in another demonstration of the fierce power that made him one of the most feared punchers in the sport.
Since Tyson hinted at a comeback, the challengers have been lining up for a shot at the boxer known as “Iron Mike”.
New Zealand rugby player Sonny Bill Williams, who boxed 7-0-0, and former NHL player Paul Gallen, 9-0-1 in the ring, have been presented as potential adversaries.
A more likely bet, however, would be Evander Holyfield with whom Tyson has engaged in several epic fights during his professional career.
If Tyson, who retired after losing to Kevin McBride in 2005, returns to the ring, he will follow in the footsteps of Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao as he exits retirement for an exhibition fight.
Tyson, who became the youngest heavyweight champion of all time by defeating Trevor Berbick in 1986 at the age of 20, won 50 of his 58 professional fights before retiring.