Mike Tyson has seemingly regained his fighting mindset and says he feels ‘unstoppable’ ahead of a potential ring return.
The 53-year-old boxing icon previously revealed he’s been back in the gym training and is considering ending his retirement for charity exhibition bouts.
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However, it appears that if ‘Iron Mike’ returns it won’t be for light-hearted contests.
When asked about feeling unstoppable in his prime, Tyson told Facebook Gaming: “I feel unstoppable now.
“The gods of war have reawakened me. They’ve ignited my ego and want me to go to war again.”
Since retiring, Tyson has completely transformed his personality and left behind the ferocious character of his fighting prime.
He reiterated that, should he return, his intentions will be ultimately positive with the aim of helping those in need.
“Imagine I went out there and fought,” the former champion continued, “I could help all these people and animals we’re talking about. That’s really what it’s about.”