Mike Tyson Shows Off Shredded Physique During Training Session With UFC Legend Vitor Belfort
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Mike Tyson's incredible body transformation is continuing to take shape as he trains with Vitor Belfort ahead of his sensational return to boxing.
The 53-year-old icon has revealed that he intends to return to boxing and plans to compete in a series of exhibition charity fights.
And Tyson has continued to tease fans in recent weeks by sharing footage of him training on the pads and showing off his chiselled physique.
UFC star Henry Cejudo uploaded a short clip to Instagram Stories of 'Iron' Mike working on his leg muscles alongside ONE Championship athlete Belfort.
Cejudo, who announced his retirement from MMA after UFC 249 earlier this month, paid tribute to both Tyson and Belfort in an Instagram post.
The 33-year-old ex-UFC star wrote: "Spending time with the legends that have paved the way for us all. Uncle [Mike Tyson] and my brother [Vitor Belfort] #legends."
Tyson, who has undergone a remarkable body transformation, hasn't competed in professional boxing since his back-to-back defeats to Danny Williams and Kevin McBride.
MMA legend Tito Ortiz recently claimed that he was approached over the possibility of facing the former undisputed world heavyweight champ in a lucrative fight.
The 45-year-old American told TMZ: "I got a phone call and someone started asking me, 'What do you think about fighting Mike Tyson?'
"I was like, 'Really? This is an opportunity that I like. I'm in.'
"I'm not sure if it's going to be MMA or boxing yet. I haven't even gotten that far. We both have got to be cleared by the athletic commissions. That's the biggest thing.
"Either one. I've been boxing for 20 years. My boxing skills have gotten better and better. They may not be at the same level as Tyson, but has Tyson been punched in the face in the last 15 years? No, he hasn't. I have been.
"I've been able to subdue everyone I've competed against over the last four years."
Tyson has since welcomed the challenge from Ortiz and admitted he "would be open for anyone" to face him upon his return.