ESPN Ringside shares photos of ripped Tyson weeks from Jones bout

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Roy Jones a boxing match that we all needed to enjoy for a long time. Mike Tyson would always be treacherous and very unsafe right.

The former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world is a far cry from the overweight and out-of-shape man we saw just a few years ago.

Though Holyfield may have been a more marketable opponent for Mike Tyson, the prospect of seeing the legend of the sport back in the ring is exciting.

Tyson has fully embraced the movement by agreeing to a match with Roy Jones Jr. set for this late November.

The 54-year-old's previously chubby exterior - which was the byproduct of him not training for fear of reigniting his ego - is now a thing of the past and has been replaced by a muscle-bound frame. "They should not be doing it, boxing is a young man's game".

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Tyson's ego, however, was partly reignited when his wife - Lakiha Spencer - told him he'd piled on the pounds.

With two weeks left before their meeting, Mike Tyson has posted some new photos to his Instagram.

The two famous fighters ended up marketed to face off in 2003, and Jones' desk experienced an offer you of $ 40 million (£ 33 million), while TalkSPORT, He refused because the figures weren't major enough. While there is no fight against today's best looks, Tyson has received a number of concessions, including some interest in the plain knuckle fighting championship (PKFC).

Jones added: "I'm not happy at all … like he said, that's for women". "I'm not happy at all", Jones said. "They've ignited my ego and want me to go to war again". With the November 28 match roughly two weeks out, ESPN Ringside posted photos of Tyson wearing boxing gear absolutely ripped and ready to go.

Despite providing bad news to some fans who would have hoped for the trilogy, Holyfield provided his views on the mega fight.

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