The line of suitors interested in hosting Mike Tyson’s presumed return to boxing continues to grow as now an actual professional fighting organization has thrown eight figures on the table.
David Feldman, president of Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship — a bare-knuckle boxing promotion based out of Philadelphia — has reportedly offered Tyson a $20 million-per-fight deal, according to Heavy.com.
And now the President and founder has tweeted that the fight is going to happen.
For those uninitiated to this sport, the name is pretty self-explanatory. It’s a boxing match that takes place in a circular ring with just the participants’ hands taped. It can also be as brutal as one might expect from this kind of thing.
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