Boxing Legend Mike Tyson’s Spine-Tingling Ring Walk Is Still The Most Intimidating Of All Time
Mike Tyson's intimidating aura has once again been hailed by boxing fans after footage circulated on social media of his bone-chilling ring walk.
And Tyson is lauded for his legendary accomplishments inside the ring, including becoming the youngest boxer to win a heavyweight title after his TKO win over Trevor Berbick in 1986.
Fans will never forget the sound of clanging chains and sinister noises during his legendary ring walk against boxing legend Michael Spinks in 1988.
However, British Boxing tweeted out a clip of another Tyson ring walk as 'Iron' Mike created "an aura of menace."
The former undisputed world heavyweight champ kept it simple and came out with no robe, socks or entrance theme.
That's not to mention Tyson showing very little emotion as he looked like a pure warrior ready to do battle.
In fact, one of the commentators in the clip can be heard saying that the boxing Hall of Famer admitted that his entrance made him "feel like a warrior."
The clip of Tyson's ring walk has attracted fans on social media as they praised the boxing legend for keeping it simple and not going down the extravagant route.
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"Jack Dempsey style. Just sheer menace and intimidation. No need for histrionics," one fan wrote.
Someone else posted: "When your mission is not to entertain anybody or celebrate anything but to be your natural self: a destroyer. That look on his face though, like 'I want a [sic] fresh blood.'"
A third Twitter user said: "Not even up for discussion. The best and most intimidating boxer in history!"
While a fourth tweeted: "Absolute beast... A one-off we will never witness again!"
Tyson retired from boxing in 2005 after suffering back-to-back defeats against Danny Williams and Kevin McBride.
'Iron' Mike made his sensational return to boxing in an exhibition fight with fellow legend Roy Jones Jr last year, which ended in a split-decision draw after eight rounds.
Featured Image Credit: British Boxing BBTV/Twitter
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