Former World Heavyweight Champion Mike Tyson, Offered $20 million Contract To Return to Boxing

By  //  May 26, 2020

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Tyson's last match was in 2005 but has been training recently

(FOXNEWS.com) – Mike Tyson might actually make a comeback to the boxing ring.

According to MMA Fighting, Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship [BKFC] is set to offer Tyson over $20 million to come out of retirement and compete in a fight for the organization.

“I think I know what we need to do to make this thing happen,” BKFC President David Feldman said.

The company offered the 53-year-old Tyson $20 million earlier in the month, but its next offer reportedly will include more money as well as charitable donations. The last time the former world heavyweight champion competed in a boxing match was back in 2005.

Tyson has been training recently and he even posted videos of his sessions.

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