American boxer and former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson announced that a synthetic drug known as “frog poison”, which psychiatrists use to treat depression and drug addiction, played an important role in his return to boxing again..
Tyson, the 54-year-old, is scheduled to return to the ring to confront his compatriot Roy Jones Jr. in an eight-round showdown. In an interview with USA Today, Tyson said, “I took the drug, which kept me in good shape.” To the fast-acting drug derived from frog venom.
The upcoming match at the “Staples Center” gymnasium in Los Angeles will be without an audience due to the emerging corona virus pandemic, Tyson’s first fight in 15 years, after his professional career ended on June 11, 2005 when he was only 39 years old..
“Iron Mike” is the world’s youngest heavyweight champion in history, and despite being 54 years old, his punches are still powerful, and Tyson’s preparations in recent months have caused a sensation among fans, according to Al Ain.
“If he focused, he could fight on the belt soon, why not? Who said it was impossible?” Rafael Cordero, the current American boxer coach, told the TMZ website, which specializes in watching celebrity news.
It is noteworthy that Tyson reached the world boxing elite after many years of training, fighting and sacrifice, and the American boxer at the age of 20, 4 months and 22 days succeeded in defeating Trevor Berbick and winning the World Heavyweight Championship, thus becoming the youngest player in the history of the game to win this title.
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