The Real Deal deleted a “slow” training video and replaced it with a faster clip after the 57-year-old was slammed ahead of his comeback.
Holyfield announced he will return to the ring to compete in exhibition bouts for charity, nine years after he last fought.
His plans were mirrored by Mike Tyson, 53, who also confirmed he will make a comeback for charity, and has spent the last month training to do so.
But after Holyfield uploaded a video online hitting the pads and bags, the former crusierweight and heavyweight champion was accused of looking slow.
And it appears he took note, having deleted his original clip only to post a new one of him performing with far quicker hands in the gym.
He also copied Tyson by announcing “I’m back” in the latest footage.
Flip the Page to see the video:
He’s so slow you could paint him
— Liam Brett (@Liam_UFC_Brett) May 12, 2020
And his new video:
My 1st week back in the gym and I feel great I'm looking forward to stepping up my training sessions and intensity as I prepare for my fight.
— Evander Holyfield (@holyfield) May 13, 2020
Well Tyson versus Holyfield sounds appealing:
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