Tyson reignites feud with furious act towards Don King

The old feud between Mike Tyson and Don King is still alive and as heated as ever.

At a Boxing Hall of Fame Induction event over the weekend, Tyson showed time hadn’t healed his wounds after his former promoter ‘did him in’ during his storied boxing career.

Tyson claimed that King stole some $100 million from him while promoting him after he was released from prison in 1995.

After being a dynamic duo for years during Tyson’s prime, their relationship eventually unfolded with the heavyweight boxer attempting to sue King for damages of $100million in 2004.

Tyson (left) and King appear at a press conference during happier times. Pic: Getty

He eventually settled for a $14 million payment, but that clearly didn’t heal the wounds.

And the angry feud was again in the spotlight over the weekend as Tyson lost his cool after King patted him on the shoulder.

Not seeing the lighter side of the moment, Tyson reacted angrily, and threw a fell glass of water on the 86-year-old.

“That was me being immature, I shouldn’t have done that,” Tyson said of the incident.

“But, you know, he touched me, he tapped me on my shoulder … it’s just, I don’t know.

“He talked in there like he was my friend and that was just bullcrap. He really did me in.”