Boxing great Evander Holyfield could be set for a THIRD showdown with former rival Mike Tyson after the former world heavyweight champion confirmed he is set to make his return to the ring for a charity bout at the age of 57.

Holyfield announced on social media late Wednesday that he will fight for the first time in nine years to help raise funds for the charity campaign Unite 4 Our Fight, igniting speculation that he could be set to renew ties with Tyson which was among the most infamous sporting rivalries of the 1990s.

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The announcement comes days after another legend of the ring, Mike Tyson, made a similar statement in which he said he was training for a return to the sport for an exhibition bout, which has led to speculation that the two former rivals-turned-friends could tangle once more,  23 years after their last fight ended prematurely after Tyson was disqualified for biting a chunk of Holyfield’s ear off.

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