December 25, 2020
Retired iconic boxer, Mike Tyson, revealed to fans his dedication to his sport as he flaunted his remarkable body transformation in anticipation for his upcoming exhibition bout.
A Twitter handle tagged "Awful Announcing" took to Twitter to post a short clip from a live online interview with popular boxer Mike Tyson and T.J. Holmes. The handle user captioned the post:
"Mike Tyson ready for morning TV, taking off his shirt on #GMA ?"
During the interview shared in the November 20th post which attracted over 27k views, the popular champion ripped off his black hoodie to reveal his weight loss. Before his unexpected move, he said:
".. I gotta show you my body.."
Seated comfortably on his couch, Tyson flexed his toned muscles while displaying his arms and pecs as he repeatedly told the audience to take a look at him.
His body transformation was revealed in his Instagram photos with one showing the star looking fearless in a boxing ring. Another revealed Tyson in black shorts and a black round-neck top that referred to him as the greatest of all time.
Tyson isn't only relying on exercise and diet to make changes but had also turned to stem-cell therapy.
This weight loss was in preparation for the exhibition bout slated for November 28th between Tyson and retired heavyweight boxer, Roy Jones Jnr.
Since his retirement, Tyson had gained some weight, and this can be seen in photos from the 17th annual USTA Foundation Opening, amongst many others.
Tyson once shared that he was happy to get back into the ring when he saw how NFL's wide receiver Jerry Rice sustained a legendary career in his late 50s.
Preparing for his comeback against Jones, the 54-year-old not only hit the gym but also ditched the vegan diet he stuck to for a decade and instead switched to eating elk and bison.
Tyson isn't only relying on exercise and diet to make changes but also turned to stem-cell therapy, which successfully made him a different person.
The icon added that after six weeks of stem-cell therapy, which was also used to treat some types of cancer, he would be in the best shape he had dreamed of being.
Billed as an eight-round exhibition, the battle between the two iconic retired boxers Mike Tyson and Roy Jones is set to be held at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Tyson seems to be working towards nothing but flawless victory.
November 29, 2020