Mike Tyson Vs Andrew Tate

If you’re a boxing fan, then you’ve probably heard of Mike Tyson. His reign as Heavyweight World Champion is legendary and he was one of the greatest boxers of all time. But after his retirement, he is far from the superstar he once was.

Mike Tyson fought some of the biggest names in the sport, and his most memorable battle was against Roy Jones Jr. Their fight was a good-natured friendly exhibition. They fought to a draw, but Tyson took the opportunity to show off his physical prowess.

He also got to display his skills in a couple of tournaments, such as the ISKA Full Contact Cruiserweight (2009). Tate has a kickboxing career and has won two MMA events, which he describes as a “small part of his overall career.” He is currently ranked as the 7th best light heavyweight kickboxer in Britain.

Aside from his professional boxing career, Tyson is a fan favorite for his social media posts and YouTube videos. One video has become a viral hit, racking up more than 13 billion views on YouTube. It’s a fun and clever video.

It’s not clear whether or not the video is a joke or a real attempt to create a buzz for a pending match between Jake Paul and Andrew Tate. This isn’t the first time Tyson has been mentioned in a Twitter thread, and it’s likely that he’ll be featured in some more.

Tyson and Andrew Tate have both been involved in several rumored bouts, although the two aren’t on the same page. In a recent interview, Jake Paul said that Tate had sent him a message on Instagram, and offered him $3 million to fight him in 2021. Although the match would be fun and would be a great way for the two to test the waters, the likelihood of a successful bout is slim to none.

The most obvious question is: Who would win? While Tyson’s skill set is unmatched, he’s no longer at the peak of his powers. At the same time, Tate hasn’t mastered the art of boxing, and the former cruiserweight champ is still a tad over 30 years old.

Although he’s got a decent kickboxing resume, it’s difficult to imagine that Tyson would beat him in his prime. Plus, the idea of fighting an untested boxer is just a little naive. However, if Tyson were to get past the initial intimidation factor, there are plenty of reasons for him to get into the ring.

The most intriguing thing about the video is the fact that he can be seen using the other half of his brain. When a camera starts rolling, he points out areas in which he can improve. Interestingly, when the video stops, he’s in the right place at the right time to swat the opponent aside within seconds.

What’s more, the most impressive feature of the video is that it can be watched in HD for free. That’s because Tate is a dual citizen of the UK and the United States, so he’s been able to take full advantage of the country’s a la carte perks.