Mike Tyson may be all the rage at the instant as he nears his boxing return but he is nevertheless earning frequent wrestling appearances and his most current was the craziest however.
Wrestling star Chris Jericho was knocked out by Tyson on January 11, 2010 on an episode of Monday Night time Uncooked and has been hunting for an prospect to get revenge.
He had agreed to get punched by Tyson and Jericho claimed even the imagined of getting knocked out by Iron Mike was paralysing plenty of.
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“Nothing could ever scare me ever again, soon after standing facial area-to-facial area with Mike Tyson, recognizing he’s going to swing at me, and offering him one hundred per cent trust he’s not going to knock me out and kill me,” he claimed to The Las Vegas Critique-Journal.
“Time stood nevertheless. I am the craziest male on the planet suitable now, mainly because I’m waiting around for Iron Mike Tyson to choose a swing at me.”
The two butted heads again on an episode of All Elite Wrestling (AEW) Dynamite on Wednesday, with Jericho demanding an apology from Tyson.
As an alternative, he was shoved and that was when all hell broke unfastened as each functions brawled, prompting the full AEW locker room to spill into the ring.
Jericho and Tyson were being held absent from each and every other but ongoing their verbal assault at each and every other.
Tyson has been sharing videos on the net showing his ripped physique as he appears to be like to make a lengthy-awaited comeback to the ring.
He nevertheless has remarkable velocity and ability and this week posted a online video education with UFC stars Vitor Belfort and Henry Cejudo.
Tyson Fury unveiled that he has been made available the likelihood to combat the 53-calendar year old boxing icon in an exhibition combat though Evander Holyfield’s name has also been in the headlines as a prospective opponent.