Mike Tyson was offered a million dollars to get back in the ring

Australian promoter Brian Amatruda said he has already contacted a representative of former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson. This is reported by the Daily Mail.

According to the Australian, he offered Tyson through an intermediary million dollars for participation in a boxing match. “I could make his fight part of the big card with the title fight. It would be a whole event,” Amatruda said.

According to the promoter, despite his age, the 53-year-old American is still recognizable among fans. She called New Zealander Sonny Bill William, a rugby player and heavyweight boxer, a possible rival to Tyson.

On May 2, Tyson published a video where he is practicing paw kicks. The speed of the American impressed both the fans and the famous athletes.

On April 25, it was reported that Taison allows returning to the ring. Former absolute world heavyweight champion said he has resumed training and may take part in a charity tournament.

Mike Tyson fought 58 battles and scored 50 wins (44 of them by knockout). The American is also the youngest holder of the heavyweight title in history. At the time of triumph he was 20 years old, four months, and 22 days.

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