Mike Tyson Rolls Back The Years By Showing Off His Incredible Boxing Skills
Mike Tyson showed why he was one of the deadliest boxers in his prime as he recently showcased his boxing skills once again.
BT Sport tweeted footage of the 53-year-old boxing icon sharing his technique and he had no problem pulling off the movement and agility he once possessed.
The eager Tyson took off his coat and warmed up before showing why his 'peek-a-boo' technique made him one of the most feared boxers in the world.
And the former undisputed world heavyweight champ impressed many fight fans, who were quick to praise him on social media for 'not losing his touch.'
Mike Tyson is 53 years old but absolutely no one would want any of that smoke :triumph: pic.twitter.com/QsyxJB4aqh
- Boxing on BT Sport (@BTSportBoxing) October 15, 2019
Twitter user yt wrote: "I feel like I got KTFOd just by watching this."
While someone else asked: "How is he still so fast?"
User HisLight in the Dark tweeted: "Wow! Mikes still got the speed!"
A fourth added: "Power is the last thing to go, he'll be dangerous at 63,73,183 years of age."
Baddest man on the planet
- n_i (@n_iq01) October 16, 2019
Is this the 'Comeback' ?
- Stargazers Nation (@STARGAZERNATION) October 15, 2019
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Damnnn what a beast
- Giovanni040 (@giovann39738760) October 15, 2019
Probably still absolutely batter some of the so called heavyweights of today at 53 .. one of the greatest boxers ever that couldn't have been so much more but fucked it up.. #legend
- Maxwell Silverhammer (@maximossilver) October 16, 2019
Tyson had an illustrious boxing career and the feared puncher won 44 of his 58 professional bouts by knockout.
But the 'Baddest Man on the Planet' also fought personal issues outside of the squared circle and even filed for bankruptcy in 2003.
During an episode of Hotboxin' With Mike Tyson, 'Iron Mike' told Brit superstar Tyson Fury he was thrilled at how his life had turned around.
He explained: "I can't believe I wanted to die so often when I was young [and] I used to think, 'God, I hate living.'
"Now I'm 53. I love living, I don't want to f*****g die, I hate the fact I gotta die now.
"Living is so interesting."
Tyson has also opened up about his collaboration with WWE in the 1990s, saying it helped him at a "crucial time" in his life.
Featured Image Credit: BT Sport
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