After talk earlier in the year that he planned to step back in the boxing ring, Mike Tyson is showing off his speed and power in another training video. Tyson has stated that he plans to return to take part in four round exhibition fights for charity, putting out videos of himself doing pad work in anticipation.
The latest video is another extended montage of Tyson hitting the pads, showing off that he still has tremendous speed and power with 54th birthday at the end of June.
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Offers and potential opponents have been numerous since his announcement, including a reported $20 million offer for Tyson to fight MMA legend Wanderlei Silva in a bare knuckle fight at BKFC. Tyson was also recently challenged to a fight by UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones after Tyson discussed Jones' financial disputes with the UFC.
But the most realistic and intriguing talk has surrounded Tyson facing off with former rival, 57-year-old Evander Holyfield. Holyfield beat Tyson twice during their pro careers, with the second fight ending after Tyson infamously bit off a portion of Holyfield's ear. Tyson has expressed interest in the fight with Holyfield, who has also expressed a desire to fight in charity exhibition bouts.