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And if you've seen his intense training sessions on his social media channels, then you'd understand why the former "Baddest Man on the Planet" looks as good as he does.
Heavyweight champ and movie star @MikeTyson is headed back to the ring!https://t.co/5q7bcCRpIU pic.twitter.com/OCZ2PltMhd
- Good Morning America (@GMA) November 23, 2020
The 54-year-old goes hard and recently revealed that he's dropped a whopping 100 pounds in preparation to fight Roy Jones Jr in their exhibition bout on November 28.
Whether it's hitting pads, smashing the heavy bag or lifting copious amounts of weights in the gym - Iron Mike is arguably in better shape than he was during his prime back in the 80s and 90s.
And if his Instagram page is anything to go by, he certainly hasn't been shy in showing off his shredded rig to his millions of fans.
It appears the youngest ever boxing heavyweight champ doesn't mind getting his kit off on live television too - as Good Morning America host TJ Holmes quickly discovered first hand.
During a live TV interview, Tyson and Holmes discussed his rigorous training schedule.
"It was very difficult but only for one particular reason - I had to lose 100lbs," Tyson said.
"But other than that I've always done this my whole career.
"I became a vegan. My wife told me to get on a treadmill. So I went from 15 minutes on the treadmill and ended at two hours.
"I kept going to the gym and watching my diet and I'm beautiful."
Which is when the interview took a slightly different turn of events.
After being complemented on his weight loss and impressive physique, Tyson thought one thing and one thing only: 'I must get my kit off'.
Which is exactly what he did.
"You ain't seen nothing," he said while ripping his shirt off and flexing his muscles.
"I've got to show you my body man, I've got to show you how beautiful I look.
"This is where it's at."
It's not the first time Tyson has left his mark during a live TV interview.
Throughout the years, Iron Mike has been known to have a unique relationship with the media (honestly, just YouTube his interviews - you won't be disappointed).
And most recently, the boxing fan favourite was forced to issue an apology after his rather unusual segment on Good Morning Britain left viewers scratching their heads.
But this time round with Good Morning America, Tyson proved he's still the true showman that everybody loves.