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Mike Tyson Plans to Come Out of Retirement


Mike Tyson

After learning of Mike Tyson’s plans to come out of retirement at the age of 53, former heavyweight champ George Foreman has some advice for the once-invincible fighter: Don’t do it.
Foreman, who famously made a comeback of his own when he was 45, tells World Boxing News Tyson can only tarnish his image by returning to the ring. “Tyson has done enough great things for boxing,” Foreman says. “No more is needed. He is in the Hall of Fame and was a mighty puncher.”
Foreman’s unsolicited advice comes after Iron Mike revealed he’s in training to return for three- or four-round matches – although he admitted his body hasn’t taken to the workouts like it did when he was in his 20s. “I’m in pain,” he says. “I feel like three guys kicked the sh** out of me.”
Do you agree with Foreman? Or does Foreman not want to be upstaged by Tyson, who’s older than Foreman was when he made a comeback?

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