Evander Holyfield open to facing Mike Tyson again, for charity

BKFC To Offer Mike Tyson More Than $20 Million To Fight Wanderlei Silva

"I think I know what we need to do to make these things happen", Feldman was quoted as saying by MMA Fighting over the weekend.

Tyson created a whirlwind when he hinted at a comeback by posting a string of social media videos hammering the pads and showing off his impressive physique to show that "Iron Mike" had gathered nearly no ring rust despite him turning 54 next month.

There's also a report that Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) is prepping a $20-million-plus offer to Tyson.

Ortiz, sporting a T-shirt bearing the slogan "Donald Trump Real American Hero", said he had "nothing but respect" for Tyson, who last fought in 2005. Shortly thereafter, Evander Holyfield began training as well, sparking rumors of a third bout between the two rivals. I'm in. I'm not sure if it's going to be MMA or boxing yet.

On Saturday, he elaborated on his plans further, explaining he has already held negotiations with potential opponents and that a contract should be signed before the end of the month.

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The former heavyweight champion said last week that he and his team had been in in talks with a number of fighters and that fans are "not going to believe the names when they come out".

"We've got so many guys that want to do this man", he said during an interview with rapper Lil Wayne.

"If I ask him it's nearly like me being a bully saying I want to go against somebody I've beaten twice", Holyfield told the BBC. "I'm doing it for my foundation to tell them what life is really about".

Fast forward to the present, as Holyfield told BBC that he would take on Tyson in a three-round bout for charity.

That would make the colorful Tyson-Holyfield rivalry into a trilogy; Holyfield won their 1996 match by 11th-round TKO in one of the division's greatest ever shocks, but their 1997 rematch became famous for Tyson biting both of The Real Deal's ears in one of the most shocking events ever seen inside the squared circle, thus losing by 3rd-round disqualification. "Then I became the undisputed cruiserweight champion, became the heavyweight champion of the world then got it again and again and again - he was right". So how likely is a fight between the boxing legends?

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