Mike Tyson rules out 'exhibition' mode against Jake Paul and guarantees he is invincible

Former boxing champion believes that his opponent will make a big mistake during the fight; athletes face each other on July 20

Mike Tyson faces Jake Paul on July 20th. Photo: Reproduction/Montage SUPER FIGHTS

Chosen for a big duel in his boxing career, Mike Tyson who is now 57 years old, still has the mind of an aggressive and healthy boxer. Escalated to face Jake Paul on July 20, the veteran did not hesitate when expressing confidence and guaranteed that he would have an advantage over his compatriot. Willing to put on a show, 'Iron', as he is known, expects 'violent mode' from his rival.

“I don’t think Jake is faster than me. I train every day, I take it seriously. I'm invincible. I think Jake has been generating content for YouTube for a long time. I saw a video of him at 16 doing weird dances, that's not the guy I'm going to face. These guys are going to come and try and hurt me and he's going to be making a big mistake," Mike said in an interview with 'Fox News'.


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With a competitive spirit, Tyson rules out the fight being an exhibition for fans of the noble art.

“This fight is called an exhibition, but if you see exhibitions, you will not see any of the laws under which we are fighting. This is a fight”, he concluded.

Mike Tyson made his last performance in November 2020. Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

Mike Tyson made its last performance in November 2020. Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

Inactive since the duel against Roy Jones Jr. in 2020, Mike is hoping to quickly return to the ring. Considered an underdog in the bookmakers, the veteran guarantees that he will go to defeat Jake Paul, in a fight that will take place in Saudi Arabia, on July 20th.

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