Evander Holyfield and Mike Tyson were involved in two different fights in the 90s and the world could witness another fight between the former heavyweight champions.
Holyfield has declared he would love to fight Mike Tyson one more time. Holyfield last week declared he is coming back to ring to take part in an exhibition match for charity campaign called “Unite 4 Our Fight” while Tyson on the hand has been offered $1 million to come out of retirement by boxing promoter Brian Amatruda.
Holyfield, 57, is however, looking forward to another bout with Tyson which will be the third time the duo will go against each other.
Asked if a charity match could be arranged, Holyfield said: “I don’t know, you would have to ask him! I wouldn’t ask anybody to do anything they don’t want to do. But it’s for charity. If we can work something out that works for everybody then it’s a win-win-win.”
Tyson, 53, lost twice to Holyfield first in 1996 in the defence of his heavyweight belt. Holyfield stopped him in the 11th round in the fight that was adjudged to be one of the biggest upset in the history of the game.
The duo met again in 1997 and this time Tyson caused a controversy biting Holyfield twice in the ear causing the fight to be stopped and Holyfield declared winner yet again.
Will Tyson accept a third bout with Holyfield?
Maybe a time to get one off the 57-year-old.