Evander Holyfield shares crucial substitute on Mike Tyson trilogy (Video)
Former heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield made his return to the “sweet science” against ex-UFC titleholder Vitor Belfort final September in Florida and “Exact Deal” got knocked out via “The Phenom” in what is perfect described as the closest issue to a snuff film without losing a pulse (watch highlights proper right here).
I tried to warn ya’.
The fact that Holyfield was laid to recreational in less than two minutes, in conjunction with reports the Triller pay-per-view (PPV) card was a financial disaster, could have presented an end to the 59 year-old pugilist’s boxing career while moreover ultimate the door on his oft-teased trilogy bout opposite fellow geriatric slugger Mike Tyson.
“Too past due now,” Holyfield instructed TMZ Sports activities actions. “All performed now. I’ve been retired.”
Like Holyfield, who turns 60 in only a few weeks, the 56 year-old Tyson walked transparent of boxing (over again) after struggling with Roy Jones Jr. to a draw in their exhibition bout once more in past due 2020, because of greedy combat promoters and their need to make it “all about money.”
Besides, who needs boxing when you can advertise “Mike Bites?”