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Any boxing child who is above 14 would easily beat Mike Tyson now. To be honest boxing is a real war it is not acting and a lot of people have died in the ring across the world because of boxing and they are still dying . Whoever gave Mike type an idea to come back to boxing and fight with young people he wants him dead . A person of 53 years of age is considered as a grandfather so boxing would not suit a person of that age especially if he is going to face the young beats .

Any boxing child who is above 14 would easily beat Mike Tyson now

There are rumours that Mike Tyson is coming back to boxing and he was offered a fight for $1 million to fight another child from boxing Australia.

Mike Tyson, 53, offered $1million for sensational comeback exhibition fight in Australia. Mike Tyson has been offered $1million to take his planned ring return to Australia. The legendary former heavyweight world champion previously revealed he was considering a comeback for charity exhibition bouts at age 53″ Talksport.com reported .

“There are probably hundreds of men above 14 stone that are boxing around the world that would easily beat Tyson now,” says 5 Live Boxing’s Steve Bunce.

“That’s the truth. Unless he fights another 53-year-old where they are both walking through treacle, after a minute it will be horrible.

“It comes to some fighters at 24 and some at 34; they realise inside they haven’t got it. Then the longer they are away from the sport, they start to forget that feeling they had when realised they didn’t have it.

“Tyson can have 20 years out of the gym and look sensational when he loses two stone with a man making him look good on the pads. I can assure you, within 30 seconds of a real fight with anything like real gloves on, no matter what the opposition is in the other corner, he will become a 53-year-old man again.

“It’s boxing, you don’t play this. It’s serious.”

BBC reports that

“Talk of a charity bout with Evander Holyfield, who has announced he will fight to raise money for good causes, has gained traction.

“In 2006, Tyson engaged in a number of four-round exhibition bouts with Corey Sanders. At the time he needed money having filed for bankruptcy in 2003, but he also spoke of the mental health and stress-relieving benefits a light-hearted return gave him.”

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