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George Foreman, a former two-time heavyweight champion has urged Mike Tyson not to return to boxing.

George asked what he thinks of plans for Tyson to dust off the gloves for potential exhibition fights, said bluntly that the 1980s icon should reconsider.

George Foreman

Foreman believes Tyson, who was undisputed and the more feared man in the sport for years, has secured a lasting legacy in the ring.

“Tyson has done enough great things for boxing,” pointed out George Foreman. “No more is needed. “He is in the Hall of Fame and was a mighty puncher,” added the 71-year-old.

At 53, Tyson is still in great shape after previously battling weight problems when he initially retired in 2005. Making a life for himself outside of boxing through his cannabis business and popular podcast, part-time actor Tyson still holds that burning desire to punch people.

“I’ve been hitting the mitts for the last week,” said Tyson. “I think I’m going to box some exhibitions and get in shape. “I want to go to the gym and get in shape to be able to box three or four-round exhibitions for some charities and stuff.”

 
By: Damilola Faustino

See Also: Mike Tyson Is Currently Training For a Return to Boxing

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