The line of suitors interested in hosting Mike Tyson's presumed return to boxing continues to grow as now an actual professional fighting organization has thrown eight figures on the table. David Feldman, president of Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship -- a bare-knuckle boxing promotion based out of Philadelphia -- has reportedly offered Tyson a $20 million-per-fight deal, according to

Tyson would not only get that comically large sum for every fight he participates in, but he'd also have the right to choose his opponent from those currently on the BKFC roster.

"While we did make a guaranteed offer of $20 million for Mike [Tyson] to fight for BKFC, we're open to many different options as to how we can work together. Obviously, the excitement of seeing Mike's video showing himself training and desire to participate in exhibitions inspired us to reach out and make the offer." Feldman told

For those uninitiated to this sport, the name is pretty self-explanatory. It's a boxing match that takes place in a circular ring with just the participants' hands taped. It can also be as brutal as one might expect from this kind of thing.

As for who Tyson would possibly face,'s Brian Mazique offers two names: Shannon Briggs, a 48-year-old former heavyweight champion who has apparently already called Tyson out, and Hector Lombard, a former UFC contender and Olympian.

Were this deal to come to fruition, it would be Tyson's first bout in 15 years. Iron Mike lost to Kevin McBride the last time he stepped into the ring in 2005.