Mike Tyson is most definitely one of the most legendary professional boxers in the history of the sport, and he attended the US Open recently, with fans suggesting he looked high on mushrooms, as seen below. Triller’s latest event featured Evander Holyfield squaring off against Vitor Belfort and getting knocked out in over a minute within the first round. Due to the match’s reception, new regulations will be imposed and that includes banning exhibition matches. Due to this, Mike Tyson and Holyfield may be banned from Triller. Sylvester Stallone has now said Tyson Fury is the best heavyweight ever, not Mike Tyson, in a new interview with Fury.
Mike Tyson recently was involved in an incident, where he punched a passenger named Melvin Townsend, who was bloodied after Tyson hit him in the head many times. This was due to Mike Tyson harassing him and then some.
On his podcast Hotboxin’, Tyson and guest comedian Bill Bellamy were discussing the time when the movie was based. Bellamy stated that the movie rightly depicted drug usage among elite Wall Street people at the time. “That was what based on that was based on the 80s right,” said Bellamy. “The 90s,” Tyson responded.” “They were doing quaaludes like they were chicklets,” Bellamy added.
This was not all, as ‘Iron Mike’ then made a fist and hit his chest mimicking McConaughey’s rhythmic chant from the movie. “Knowing the guy that first made the boom boom,” he added. This chant became popular after the movie’s release, with even sports teams using it as a relaxation tool.
“Hey, you know who I spent some time with in Saudi Arabia? Fu*king, The Wolf of Wall Street what was the name Belford? Man listen I was hanging out with this. He was only this big and um I’m saying listen did you see the part when they was in the boat. I said don’t tell me that you really had it. You see that part holy sh*t you didn’t see that did you. These mothef**kers. I’m not gonna die sober. The guys kept getting shocked. Johan Hill kept getting shocked trying to get the cradle