The new WBC Champion Tyson Fury said he is ready to fight Mike Tyson anytime when he comes back
Mike Tyson is eyeing a sensational comeback to the sport after his last fight in 2005, when he lost to Kevin McBride.
Obviously Tyson is one of the most explosive fighters in the boxing history bit it still not too clear to see him fighting at age 53
Yes, He has been a regular in films during his retirement, but has recently shed an incredible amount of weight and wants another shot at the glory.
While Fury meanwhile is hoping to get his hands on Anthony Joshua eventually, but must first beat Wilder in a third match up after his convincing win in February.
Mike Tyson’s record stands at 50 wins and 6 losses with two no contests from his 58 pro fights.
And he claims he’s got a lot of options to pick from for his comeback showdown.
“Listen we’ve got so many guys that want to do this man,” he said. “We’re in calls, we’re doing business with guys right now.
“You’re not going to believe the names when the names come out. Sometime this week we’ll have the contract done.
“And whatever money we get, it’s going to somebody else.
“I’m not going to make any money, probably the company, my wife because she’s partners with me, she’ll make some probably. But my money is going.”
And for Tyson Fury, who is waiting on a new date for his Trilogy with Deontay Wilder, isn’t sure anything will come of it, but he’s ready
Mike Tyson too has been linked with a rematch against Evander Holyfield, who he fought twice during the 90s.
“But I don’t think anything’s materialised out of it to be honest,” he added.
So yeah I think Mike Tyson is definitely serious about doing some fights or whatever, but he’s fought Holyfield twice so they’re both old now, so I think they’re a bit long in the teeth.
But who am I to say anything, what anybody’s capable of? I wouldn’t try and kill anybody’s dreams.
“If they’re both fit to fight, medically fit, then let them do what they want to do. It’s their life not mine.” Fury added