Mike Tyson drops shocking update about his ‘return fight’
Mike Tyson has confirmed that he is making another boxing return next year but has yet to reveal who his opponent will be.
It has been almost a year since Mike Tyson shocked the boxing world by fearlessly pulling off a comeback fight against fellow legend Roy Jones Jr.
Now, “Iron Mike” is entering the ring again and he is eyeing to make it happen early next year. As for his opponent, Tyson is heavily linked to a scrap with either internet stars Logan or Jake Paul. However, the 55-year-old has yet to drop names at this point.
“I am going to have a return fight in February and we are pretty skeptical about the opponent, but it will be a really stimulating opponent,” Tyson exclusively told The Sun.
Since his successful exhibition match against Jones Jr. in November last year, Tyson has vowed to continue fighting to help people and evidently, to make money as well. Hence, he has no problem taking on either of the Paul brothers.
“Yes. Hell, I would fight them,” Tyson previously said of Logan and Jake Paul via Talksport. “They would fight me. That would make a lot of money. Hundred million dollars, they do anything, they don’t mind getting beat up for a hundred million dollars.”
Brothers Logan and Jake Paul, on the other hand, have been two of the most talked about names in the sport in recent times, having faced some of the most celebrated fighters in history.
It can be recalled that Logan somehow managed to share the ring with Floyd “Money” Mayweather in an exhibition match while his younger brother Jake, previously scored a decision win over former UFC champion Tyron Woodley.