Mike Tyson Attacks Intoxicated Antagonizer On Airplane

Mike Tyson Handles An Airplane Passenger

Mike Tyson smiles; Images of attack on airplane
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Mike Tyson Pummels Intoxicated Airplane Passenger


Retired undisputed heavyweight champion and boxing legend “Iron” Mike Tyson was recently filmed dropping a barrage of punches on a fellow plane rider. The footage was first released by TMZ, which depicts Tyson standing and delivering blows to the person in the seat behind him.

Credit: TMZSports

According to the story, Tyson was being constantly harassed by the passenger who would not stop antagonizing him. Ultimately, the former champion reached his boiling point and began raining knuckles down upon the man. It’s unclear what will become of his matter at this time.

Tyson is a complex character who has gone through numerous evolutions during his time in the public eye. Back in 1986, he became the youngest heavyweight champion at the age of 20 when he knocked out Trevor Berbick. The knockout specialist was praised and widely celebrated for his power and brutal stoppages. At the same time, however, Tyson was a controversial figure who would go on to serve jail time for a rape that he has denied to this day.

Currently, Tyson is a much more reserved and jolly individual. In 2009, he made a iconic and humorous cameo in the hit comedy “The Hangover” which did a great job of re-introducing him to the public. Then in 2013, Iron Mike launched his one-man stage show “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth” which was directed by the trail-blazing Spike Lee.

Tyson even staged a very forgettable exhibition with Roy Jones back in November of 2020. Now, the aged warrior can regularly be seen on his wildly popular YouTube channel “HotBoxin w/Mike Tyson”.

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