Mike Tyson’s comeback fight may have been postponed, but it hasn’t stopped the former world champ getting in ridiculous shape.
Tyson, now 54, will come out of a 15-year retirement to face 51-year-old former champion Roy Jones Jr. in an exhibition bout.
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While the fight has been postponed, it hasn’t stopped Tyson showing off his incredible body transformation over the last year.
Tyson admitted he has lost close to 60kg to get back in shape during his intense training regime.
While the videos he has posted show off his incredible ferocity hitting the pads, his latest image shows his lean figure.
Boxing fans lost it at the incredible transformation.
Hollywood star Jamie Foxx, who is playing Tyson in a movie about his life, wrote “Boss” on the post.
Real Madrid star Karim Benzema posted three fire emojis.
The trailer for Tyson’s comeback also showcases the former champion’s incredible power.
Tyson comeback postponed
The fight was originally scheduled to take place in Southern California on Sept. 12, but has been tentatively rescheduled for Nov. 28, two days after the American holiday of Thanksgiving.
According to The Ring’s Ryan O’Hara, the bout was pushed because Tyson’s team felt it could maximise revenue on the pay-per-view fight by pushing it back.
The fight was initially set to take place at Dignity Health Park in Carson, California, without fans present.
Tyson hasn’t fought since June 11, 2005, when he fell to Kevin McBride.
The 54-year-old former undisputed heavyweight champion was teasing his return for quite some time on social media, dropping training videos that showed he is still an incredible fighter.
Jones hasn’t fought in a few years, either. The 51-year-old last stepped into the ring in 2018.
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