Mike tyson He returned to training in the gym, and he did it explosively, less than a month after having fought in an exhibition duel against Roy Jones Jr.
In a video broadcast on social networks, you can see Tyson doing mitten work with his coach Rafael Cordeiro.
The training images show the characteristic speed and power of Mike tyson preparing for his next fight, even though he still has no defined rival.
Mike Tyson back in training and looking as sharp as ever 🔥 pic.twitter.com/AcN8CabvGt
– GiveMeSport Boxing (@GMSBoxing) December 20, 2020
Just last November 28, Tyson and Jones jr they had a much better and more competitive match than expected. The fight made it into the Top 10 of the best-selling boxing fights in history on PPV.
The focus of attention was taken Tyson, who showed that despite more than 10 years of inactivity, he is in excellent physical condition and showed scraps of his best moments.
Many fans and experts in the field believe that the fight was without a doubt a comprehensive victory for ‘Iron Mike’.
After the fight, Tyson He stated that he plans to remain very active in exhibition matches and that they can look forward to seeing him in the ring one more time, sooner rather than later.
“This is better than fighting for championships,” he said. Tyson. “Now we are humanitarian. We can do something good for the world. We have to do this again. It has to be competitive. I once had 15 fights in a year. Let’s try to work closer to that.
Possible rivals for Tyson in the future
The list of rivals of Tyson is a very good one since names like Evander Holyfield, Lennox Lewis, Kevin McBride They have been called up for a match against the former youngest heavyweight champion.
The former heavyweight champion and also legend, George Foreman, fully supports this new boxing air of Tyson, and even mentions that he could be world champion again, if he wants to.
“If he gets in shape as he is now, and all other things fit together, he may have a chance to fight for a world title,” he said. Foreman.
– ESPN Sports (@ESPNDeportes) November 29, 2020