Mike Tyson Gets Massive Paycheck For Drugs

The Boxing legend Mike Tyson recently dropped some hints about his possible return to the ring as he showed off his tumultuous speed. ‘The Baddest Man on the Planet’ is now 55-years-old and is earning a whopping £500k-a-month from his cannabis empire. He has been witnessed openly speaking about marijuana consumption. He recently teased a new line of marijuana products in Boston.



Mike Tyson teases a possible return

The heavyweight legend made a spectacular return in November 2020, more than 15 years after he announced his retirement from boxing. ‘Iron Mike’ drew in an eight-round exhibition with fellow American great Roy Jones Jr, 53, on a Triller pay-per-view which sold a reported 1.6million packages. The Sun Sport reported earlier this year that Tyson was in advanced negotiations for a mega-money fight with YouTuber Logan Paul.

Those negotiations broke down and nothing has been reported since now regarding the icon stepping back in the ring. But he has teased his fan base about another comeback by posting a picture of himself in his prime with the caption:

“Ready or not, here I come…”

Then a video clip was posted by the official ESPN Ringside account showing Iron Mike back in training with his coach Rafael Cordeiro. This has led to the fans wondering if he would be making a huge return to in-ring action. It is always a treat to witness the boxing legend inside the ring. It is only to be seen when he decides to hit the ropes and who steps up as his opponent. Will it be the YouTube sensation, Logan Paul? Only time tell.

During a recent interview with Power 106, Tyson would discuss his friendship with Tupac, credit to Cheatsheet.com for the following transcription.

“I went to prison, and he wrote me a letter,” Tyson said in an interview with Power 106. “Then he came and saw me. Then he explained to me who he was, I said, ‘I remember you.’….And that’s how we became friends. He kept coming, we talked on the phone, and we cultivated our relationship.”

Barry Russell
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