Mike Tyson Showed Off His Incredible Hand Speed In A Wine Bar
Boxing legend Mike Tyson left customers in awe as he showcased his dazzling hand speed in a wine shop.
The 53-year-old ex-boxing superstar rolled back the years as he was caught on camera seamlessly ducking and throwing punches.
And the footage of 'Iron Mike' has impressed fight fans, with one even saying that he is "faster than Deontay Wilder" at his age.
YouTube user Master Debater wrote: "His movements should be preserved in some art museum. Absolutely amazing. He's the last master of the peek a boo style. What an absolute legend."
While another simply posted: "I'm not surprised he is Mike Tyson after all."
And Doctor J added: "For years I thought Iron Mike was just a powerful brawler, but when you understand the sweet science you come to know how superbly trained and conditioned he was."
A fourth added: "And to think at his peak he was even more explosive than that. WoW!!"
Tyson enjoyed an illustrious boxing career and built his reputation as one of the most feared punchers in boxing history.
Teddy Atlas, who worked with a younger Tyson, revealed that the 'Baddest Man on the Planet' knocked out men when he was only 12 years old.
And Tyson has even credited legendary trainer Cus D'Amato for helping him to fully tap into his devastating punching power.
Boxing legend George Foreman explained last month why he never stepped into the ring with the former undisputed world heavyweight champion.
But 'Big George' also praised D'Amato for turning Tyson into a devastating force inside the squared circle.
"I could really punch. I was an expert at punching downwards," he said.
"My manager would hold a bag down there, so I learned how to punch guys lower down.
"But Tyson was very smart. And with coach Cus D'Amato, they were a smart team."
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