Iron Mike Tysonreturn to the boxing rings taking on fellow boxing legend Roy Jones Jr.
For the first time since 2005, the 54-year-old has been training heavily to show the world that the Iron is still in him.
He confirmed plans to come out of retirement after his back-to-back loses to Danny Williams and Kevin McBride before he bowed out of the ring.
The eight-round fight is scheduled to hold on September 12 in Los Angeles and venue will be confirmed in future.
Tyson’s initial opponent was one of his nightmares, Evander Holyfield, but he appeared to have been ruled out of the arrangement.
One of the world’s greatest boxer had shared training video clips on social media.
He tells the world and his fans that he is ready to rout the ring with his strength and dexterity again.
Many anxiously waited with tamed breath to see Tyson do what he did in the past.
Some medical and boxing experts advised he should not fight beyond five rounds because of his health and age but this fight is good eight rounds.
His last boxing stint was in 2006 after facing Corey Sanders in a four-round exhibition. Reports confirmed he did that because he needed money having filed for bankruptcy.
Reports claim that fans will be able to watch the bout 9:00 pm ET on pay-per-view and will be streamed on Triller.
The multi-media platform has exclusive streaming rights to a 10-part series revolving around the fight which will also “iconic musical performances.”