Mike Tyson needed medical attention during the flight 21:10

Former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson needed medical attention while flying from Miami to Los Angeles. This was reported by NY Post.

According to the source, the athlete became dizzy and vomited due to the flare-up of the ulcer. Later, Tyson’s team reported that his health had improved.

“Mike is grateful to the medical staff who helped him,” the statement said.

Tyson’s next fight is scheduled for June 20, 2024, against blogger Jake Paul. The fight will take place at A&T Stadium in Arlington, USA.

57-year-old Mike Tyson last appeared in the ring on November 28, 2020, as part of an exhibition fight against Roy Jones Jr. The fight lasted eight two-minute rounds. The meeting ended in a split decision draw. Mike Tyson had 58 fights in his professional career and managed to achieve 50 wins (44 by knockout) with two defeats. Two more fights were voided.

Jake Paul, 27, has ten boxing matches under his belt, nine of which he has won.

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Source: Gazeta


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