Mike Tyson will return to the ring only to fight the “bona fide boxer” because the legend of 53 years does not want to “insult” the sport – The Sun

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MIKE TYSON will only make a sensational comeback to fight “another bona fide boxer”.

Fraudulent offers and announcements have been posted on the Internet since the 53-year-old coach returned.

 Boxing legend Mike Tyson, 53, has shocked the world of sport in recent weeks6
Boxing legend Mike Tyson, 53, has shocked the world of sport in recent weeks
 But Iron Mike will only return to the ring if he finds an opponent 6
But Iron Mike will only return to the ring if he finds a “bona fide” opponent

But one possibility is a tantalizing third game between Iron Mike and old enemy Evander ‘Real Deal’ Holyfield.

An Australian matchmaker offered Tyson a £ 500,000 charity fight against New Zealand rugby star Sonny Bill Williams.

Then, an American barefoot boxing promoter promised Baddest Man on the Planet £ 16 million in a return agreement.

And even Tyson Fury’s father and former heavyweight John Fury, 55, said he was ready to DIE in the ring trying to beat Tyson, known as one of the most poisonous punchers in the game. history.

Friday, a fake Twitter profile deceived a number of high-profile personalities into believing that Tyson had accepted a hand-to-hand fight with another veteran and former heavyweight world champion
Shannon Briggs.

Mike Tyson shows incredible speed at 53 as heavyweight legend prepares for sensational boxing comeback

 Former New Zealand rugby star Sonny Bill Williams had been mentioned as a potential candidate6
Former New Zealand rugby star Sonny Bill Williams was mentioned as a potential candidate
 Tyson Fury's father John, 55, says he's ready to die against Mike Tyson as he calls a 53-year-old legend to fight

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Tyson Fury’s father John, 55, said he was ready to die against Mike Tyson as he called a 53-year-old legend to fight

The farce was quickly discovered, leaving fans teased by Tyson’s short viral clip breaking the pads with his new deflated trainer.

But a source close to one of the movements at play to promote Tyson’s return told SunSport that all hope is not lost.

The insider said, “Mike has ruled out the prospect of an exhibition fight in Australia because he doesn’t want to fight a crossover athlete.

“If Mike returns to boxing, it will only be to fight another bona fide boxer.

“Mike believes everything else would be an insult to the sport.”

In an article on social media on Saturday, Tyson revealed his intention to fight, saying that “the gods of war have woken me up.”

He wrote, “I feel unstoppable now. The gods of war woke me up. They have ignited my ego and want me to start the war again.

 Evander Holyfield - who beat Tyson twice in the 1990s - is considered a potential opponent6
Evander Holyfield – who beat Tyson twice in the 1990s – is considered a potential opponent

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“Imagine I went there and fought, I could help all these people and animals we are talking about. That’s really what it’s about. “

Holyfield, Tyson’s most infamous ex-rival, who was bitten in the ear in their 1997 rematch, also coincidentally announced his return to the ring.

The 57-year-old super fit is boxing at a Covid-19 Unite 4 Our Fight charity show.



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