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Mike Tyson Confirms He Wants Holyfield Rematch To Raise Millions For Charity

Their last fight may have ended with an ear being bitten off, but we may not have seen the last of Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield inside the squared circle.

The two boxing legends may meet once again, after Iron Mike confirmed he would take the fight to raise money for charity.

Holyfield dealt Tyson consecutive defeats in Heavyweight Title bouts in November 1996 and June 1997, with the rematch ending in disqualification for Tyson, when he bit Holyfield’s ear.

Tyson, now 53, looks in phenomenal shape, having posted several training videos recently and crediting his resurgence to stem cell treatment.

Speaking to TMZ, Tyson confirmed, “I’m in good shape, I feel really good.” While a rematch with Holyfield is certainly on the cards as far as the one time Baddest Man On The Planet is concerned.

“Hey, listen, there are a lot of people out there that need help and something like that could help a lot of people, that’s in need for help.”

Holyfield, now 57, last stepped inside the ring in 2011, defeated Dane Brian Nielsen by TKO in 10 rounds.

While the fight wouldn’t be anything like seeing the two former champs in their prime, if they can help raise millions for those in need, when now more than ever charity is vital for countless people across the world, we say Iron Mike and The Real Deal run it back one more time.

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