Kevin Hart Mocks Mike Tyson's 'I'm Back' Video Asking Where He Is Back From
Kevin Hart responds to former undisputed heavyweight Mike Tyson's "I'm back" training video, with a clip of him jokingly showing off his boxing skills.
Comedian Kevin Hart recently posted a video to his Instagram to shade former boxer, Mike Tyson, to the delight of fans.
The post which comes days after Mike Tyson went viral for his intense training in a series of videos shows Hart introducing the heavyweight boxer to his fists, which he nicknamed, "lightening" and "thunder." He also challenged Mike to a fight asking him to reach out to him on a fake email address.
Mike said in a chat with rapper T.I on Instagram Live that he has been working out to be fit enough to fight to raise money for some charities.
Hart's post earned him a lot of laughs from his followers as he mockingly asked Tyson where he was coming back from. While some of his fans edged him on, others advised him that challenging the former world heavyweight boxing champion might not be wise.
The comedian's trainer, Ron Boss Everline, whose voice is heard in the background, also encouraged him to show off his boxing skills. However, Hart maintained that he was just joking in the accompanying caption.
Everline, according to E! News, owns "Just Train" fitness program and doubles as a personal trainer to Kevin. They both have an online training series "What the Fit" where they work out and exchange comical verbal jabs.
While we are not sure if 53-year-old Mike will take on the actor's challenge, we know he has been training hard, as seen on his Instagram 3 days ago.
In the clip, which is a compilation of different training videos posted of the athlete showing off his agility as he hit the pads held by a trainer, Tyson showed off his impressive skills that put him on the map. He, however, ends the video, looking at the camera and saying, "I'm back."
CNN reports that the heavyweight champion also shared on a Facebook Livestream that he has been training, and he feels young again.
According to CNN, Mike said in a chat with rapper T.I on Instagram Live that he has been working out to be fit enough to fight to raise money for some charities.
Like Tyson, Kevin Hart will help make a difference during the novel coronavirus pandemic by supporting people making an impact in their communities in the fight against COVID-19.
USA Today shares that the comedian will appear alongside Nick Jonas as a special guest in the eight-episode of the Amazon docu-series, "Regular Heroes," to celebrate a few front-line workers.