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Mike Tyson proves he still the man in recent sparring video

Mike Tyson is still in incredible shape and still has his remarkable punching power at the age of 57, as an incredible clip has emerged of the boxing legend hitting the pads in practice.

By Fitness Editor

Credit: Twitter / Mike Tyson

Mike Tyson has been in the news lately for his impressive punching power, as seen in a recent sparring video. The 54-year-old former heavyweight champion is still looking sharp, and many fans are wondering if he could make a comeback.

Tyson retired from boxing in 2005, but he has remained active in the sport as a trainer and promoter. He has also made several exhibition appearances in recent years.

The sparring video that has gone viral shows Tyson hitting the pads with incredible speed and power. Some fans believe that he could still be a force to be reckoned with in the ring.

For those of us who weren’t around when Mike Tyson was in the prime of his life, allow me to give you a quick lesson.

A name synonymous with raw power, controversy, and undeniable talent, Mike Tyson has carved a unique space in boxing history. Turning professional in 1985, Tyson quickly established himself as a force to be reckoned with. His ferocious in-ring persona, coupled with his devastating punching power, earned him nicknames like "Iron Mike" and "Kid Dynamite." He won his first 19 fights by knockout, 12 in the first round, culminating in capturing the heavyweight title at the age of 20, becoming the youngest ever heavyweight champion. By 1988, he was the first heavyweight boxer to unify the three major boxing titles (WBA, WBC, and IBF) and the only person to ever do so in succession.

After retiring from boxing in 2005, Tyson embarked on a journey of self-discovery. He explored acting, stand-up comedy, and even hosted his own podcast, "Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson."

Cordeiro's post is a reminder that Tyson still has what it takes as a boxing icon. Tyson is an inspiration to many fighters, and his legacy will continue to inspire for generations to come.

A 20-year-old Mike Tyson floors Trevor Berbick to become the youngest heavyweight world champion in history. Thirty years after that fight, Tyson has an unexpected second act in life. (AFP/Agence France-Presse via Getty Images)

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