Mike Tyson’s massive KO’s won’t beat AEW


Mike Tyson We have dealt with many unforgettable moments over the years.

From becoming the youngest heavyweight champion at 20 years old to his infamous fight with Evander Holyfield, Tyson has never been far from the headlines.

His guest appearance at All Elite Wrestling last year was no different, when at the age of 52 he showed he still packs punches, landing a fierce hook right on Cash Wheeler.

Wheeler hit the ground, leaving him motionless on the ground. The mark on his head indicates that nothing has been withdrawn about the injury.

Having fallen out of the back of his show bout with Roy Jones Jr. just months ago, Wheeler picked the wrong moment to piss off Tyson.

Iron Mike came on the show as a special guest outlet, stating that he would be “firm, but fair.” He certainly did his part in setting the law.

Mike Tyson has made various appearances in wrestling shows

The truth is, Tyson is very popular. One night Chris Jericho directed Dax Harwood, all eyes were on the boxing legend.

After the match, he officially joined the inner circle, the stable of gladiators in Jericho.

The union may have come as a surprise to fans, who have watched the pair’s feud since Tyson turned on Jericho to join Triple H in 2010.

At that time, Jericho did not rule out the possibility of a confrontation between him and Tyson.

Speaking to Digital Spy, he said, “It’s not that Mike and I won’t fight each other again in the future. We’ve been feuding with each other on and off since 2010, so it’s been a decade since it is.”

“But for now, that was the best way to tell the story and I think we put together a really attractive two-part mini-corner that started last week and ends this week as far as we know, and also leaves an open door for him to come back when the time is right.”

“He loves AEW, he respects wrestling and we feel the same way, so I have no doubt that Mike will come back to AEW whenever he feels like he wants to come back.”

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