Mike Tyson Humiliated By UFC Fan In Photos

The legendary pro boxer Mike Tyson has been involved in several bouts in his illustrious career. Now, it seems his body is going through wear and tear. He was spotted in public this week while out in New York City. But, the sights had raised concerns for the fans as he needed a cane to get around. Similar incident transpired during last week’s UFC 277 as well.



Mike Tyson was spotted with the cane at UFC 277

Tyson made his presence felt at UFC 277 that took place at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. ‘Iron Mike’ sat with boxing champion Terence Crawford to watch the Octagon card. He was seen with the walking stick he was spotted using earlier this week. The 56-year-old moved slowly as he made his way to the entrance a New York hotel using the stick on Wednesday. A fan also upset Tyson at the event, as seen below.

Tyson recently talked about ‘death thing’ with a certified therapist, Sean McFarland, and DJ, Whoo Kid. ‘Iron Mike’ had previously revealed that he only sleeps for four hours. He also went on to reveal his fear.

In the recent episode of Hotboxin’with Mike Tyson, ‘The Baddest Man on the Planet’ had a very emotional conversation with his new guest, McFarland. Talking about the ultimate truth of life, the 55-year-old confessed that he was inching closer to death really soon.

“We are all going to die, one day, of course. When I look in the mirror, I see those little spots on my face and say wow that’s my expiration date is coming close really soon,” Tyson said.

McFarland, who has a better understanding of this psychology, faced the question of ‘death’ next. He did not react much. Staying cool, Sean responded, “I don’t worry about it.”

Then later on he detailed:

“I’m not sweating it. I just want to die consciously. I don’t want to die screaming and I’ve heard the last rides of a lot of people, a lot of famous people, and they’re getting ready to die and they leave this planet screaming.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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