Mike Tyson seemed to confirm that he would make an amazing comeback in boxing as the former heavyweight king shared another sensational video of himself hitting the pads.
The 53-year-old has left his fan groups excited about a possible return to the ring 15 years after hanging up the gloves in 2005, after releasing a number of clips of himself working on the pads.
“Iron Mike” showed that he did not lose his impressive speed and power which allowed him to cross the heavyweight division at its peak, and declared that he was ready to participate in fights exhibition for charity this year.
“I’m back”: Mike Tyson shared another excerpt from his training before announcing his return
Former heavyweight champion trained before potential show fights
And now the former boxing superstar has released another video of him in action, showing lightning-fast combinations and fierce power before saying to the camera, “I’m back.”
Last month, “Iron Mike” revealed on Instagram that he was preparing to return to the ring at an exhibition competition.
“I hit the mittens last week,” he said on Instagram live. “It was difficult, my body is really elevated and really painful from hitting the mittens.
“I train, I try to get into the ring, I think I’m going to box some shows and get in shape.
Tyson has shown that he still has the electric speed and power that propelled the sport to its peak
The 53-year-old revealed last month that he was getting in shape for a number of charity fights
“I want to go to the gymnasium and get in shape so I can have three or four round shows for some charities and other things.
“A few charity exhibitions, earning money, helping homeless and drug-affected mothers ***** like me.
“I do two hours of cardio, I cycle and the treadmill for an hour, then I do light weights, 300, 250 reps. Then I start my day with the boxing stuff, I go there and hit the mittens, 30 minutes, 25 minutes, I start to be in better condition.
“I’m starting to assemble these combinations. It hurts, I feel like three guys chased me away. “
Fans are delighted with the potential return of Tyson, who illuminated boxing in the 1980s and 1990s
Tyson’s former enemy Evander Holyfield (right) says he wants to fight Tyson a third time
It’s not yet clear who Tyson would face if he returns, but former sworn Evander Holyfield has thrown his hat in the ring to meet “Iron Mike” for the third time.
The rivalry between Holyfield and Tyson came to a head in 1997 when the Brooklyn star bit part of the former heavyweight champion’s ear during the fight.
Despite this, Holyfield is ready to make a comeback himself and is ready to meet Tyson once again.
He announced last week, “Are you ready?” The moment you’ve all been waiting for… Le Champ is back!
“I would like to announce that I will return to the ring. I will fight in exhibition matches for a great cause: # Unite4OurFight. ‘