Mike Tyson shows off ripped physique as he makes All Elite Wrestling appearance

Mike Tyson showed off his incredible physique during a surprise appearance at an All Elite Wrestling event this week.

The boxing legend, who is reportedly closing in on a long-awaited trilogy bout with old rival Evander Holyfield, stormed the ring and ripped off his t-shirt before unleashing a flurry of punches at wrestler Shawn Spears.

He then dumped Spears on the canvas before flexing his muscles and embracing WWE legend Chris Jericho, who was floored by 'Iron' Mike during one of his previous appearances at the show.

Tyson is looking in sensational shape ahead of his rumoured fight with Holyfield later this year.

He said during an Instagram live session earlier this week: “I just want everybody to know, the fight is on with me and Holyfield.

“Holyfield’s a humble man, I know that. And he’s a man of God, but I’m God’s man.

“And, listen, I’m going to be successful on May 29.”

However, according to TMZ, representatives for Tyson insist the 54-year-old 'misspoke' as the two parties are still not close to an agreement.

Talks have been ongoing for a number of weeks, with reports suggesting their trilogy deal is worth a staggering £25million.

But Holyfield's manager claimed last month that negotiations were beginning to "fall apart".

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    Holyfield also hit out at Tyson at the time, uploading a photo of himself after a workout in the ring with the caption: “Looks like my dance partner Mike Tyson is a no show for the last dance.

    “You know where I’m at if you change your mind.”

    Holyfield got the better of Tyson twice in the late 90s, with the latter infamously disqualified for biting a chunk out of his ear in their second contest.

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