Mike Tyson Caught Using Drug With Tucker Carlson?

The legendary pro boxer Mike Tyson has been a vocal advocate of weed and his affinity towards the herb is no secret. Tucker Carlson reportedly invited pro boxing legend Mike Tyson to stay at his home before the champ appeared on his Fox Nation streaming show “Tucker Carlson Today.”



Tucker Carlson and Mike Tyson reportedly tried out weed

Page Six reported that insiders said that Tyson thought he’d have to turn down the hospitable offer because he has a heavy weed habit and didn’t want to impertinently hotbox Carlson’s tastefully appointed mansion. However, the outlet noted that the Fox host assured Tyson, who appeared on the show Wednesday, that he was quite welcome to stay — and to blaze away to his heart’s content.

“Tucker told him that it’s not his thing personally, but he had no problem with Mike smoking while he was there,” said a source.

‘Iron Mike’ recently said on his podcast that he and his buddy, co-host Eben Britton, smoke about $40,000 worth on his California cannabis farm each month. Page Six recently reported that his line of edibles somewhat distastefully includes a disfigured gummy in the shape of Evander Holyfield’s ear, which he famously bit in a 1997 bout.

Tyson got involved in a controversial incident during his infamous fight with Evander Holyfield. That contest had ended after ‘Iron’ Mike took a bite out of his opponent’s ear. ‘The Real Deal’ recently admitted that he was considering biting his rival in the face. It is one of the most horrific actions in boxing history. The matter is still talked about to this day.

Tyson was disqualified from the match and after the fight. Before the disqualification, Tyson was complaining about illegal headbutts from Holyfield that opened up a cut above his eye. He came out of his corner without his mouthpiece in the third round, before being forced to put it back in. The bite took an inch of cartilage off of Holyfield’s ear as he shrieked in pain in the middle of the ring. The gloves that Evander Holyfield wore in the infamous match against Mike Tyson recently went under the hammer.

Tyson made headlines for releasing psychoactive gummies in the shape of an ear, a nod to his rematch with Evander Holyfield. While the item has been a success all around the nation, they cannot be sold in Colorado. Despite the state being one of the most pro-cannabis areas in the United States, they passed a law in 2016 prohibiting gummies from being sold in the shape of body parts.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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