Mike Tyson Receives $10 Million in His Return to The Ring

Mike Tyson has reportedly received $10 Million in his return to the ring. In an interview with TMZ, Mike said that the money he will receive would go to different charitable organizations. He further added that nobody should worry or feel jealous about the fact that I’m getting rich. In fact, the money will go for a donation. California State Athletic Commission hasn’t confirmed the news yet. Mike also said that he would not knock out anyone and there will be no judges. In simple words, there will be no winners. It’s a kind of exhibition, and the players don’t want to disappoint anyone. They are going to make it happen as an exhibition. 

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Mike Tyson – The Boxing Champion 

Mike is nicknamed Iron Mike. Tyson started his career at an early age. Mike is known as the boxing champion and one of the few boxers who has risen to fame globally. Recently in an interview, he revealed in an interview to TMZ that he is receiving $10 Million for his return to the ring. He said that it would be a kind of exhibition and nobody will win the match. The money he will receive will go for donations to different charitable organizations. Along with him, Roy Jones Jr. will also receive $1 Million. Mike is also an active philanthropist; he has donated a substantial amount of money during the pandemic. Now, he is willing to donate the money he will receive after coming back to the ring. 

Mike Tyson Receives $10 Million in His Return to The Ring

Mike Tyson Receives $10 Million in His Return to The Ring. He will be playing for California State Athletic Commission. Mike aims to donate the money. He said in a statement that no one should get jealous that he’s going to be rich. Mike Tyson will receive $10 Million, and he will donate to the money from different charitable organizations. Yahoo Sports commented that the player would back out instead of going to knock out anyone in the ring. Tyson was previously approached by a charity mixed-martial-arts exhibition along with fighter Bob Sapp, but Mike wasn’t interested until they offered him to box.