By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
It’s been nearly 15-years since Mike Tyson has been in a competitive boxing match. But Tyson has been working out in the gym.
On Monday, “The Baddest Man on the Planet” announced that he’s back on Instagram. Does that mean a return to the ring for the 53-year-old? We’re not sure yet.
Tyson — who is one of the greatest boxers of all-time — has a 50-6 record, including 44 knockouts. However, he lost his last two bouts before he retired in 2005.
Tyson was defeated by Kevin McBride in his final bout before his retirement on June 11, 2005. McBride won the fight in the sixth round, as Tyson’s corner retired between rounds.
BoxRec claimed that Tyson was leading on the scoreboard when he retired at the MCI Center in Washington, D.C. They claim that Tammye Jenkins and Steve Rados had Tyson leading 57-55 over McBride.
However, Paul Artisst at the time of the stoppage had McBride winning 57-55 on his scorecard.
In 2004 in Tyson’s second-to-last pro bout, he was knocked out by Danny Williams in a loss on July 30th.
“The Baddest Man on the Planet” had his last win in February 2003. He defeated Clifford Etienne by knockout on Feb. 22nd.
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