MIKE TYSON was left giddy after being superbly introduced by legendary UFC announcer Bruce Buffer on his podcast. The iconic heavyweight had bee
MIKE TYSON was left giddy after being superbly introduced by legendary UFC announcer Bruce Buffer on his podcast.
The iconic heavyweight had been introduced throughout his career by Bruce’s brother Michael Buffer, who coined the famous phrase ‘let’s get ready to rumble’.
Buffer put everything into announcing Tyson on his podcast[/caption]
The youngest world heavyweight champion in history was loving Buffer’s introduction[/caption]
And then when Bruce went on his podcast Hotboxin’ with Mike Tyson, the 54-year-old was not going to pass up the opportunity of being welcomed to the ring by another member of the Buffer family.
In a brilliant moment, Buffer proclaimed: “Aaaaaand now, this is truly the moment we’ve aaaall been waiting for.
“Introducing, fighting out of Brownsville, New York, USA.
“Presenting the heavyweight undisputed champion of the world, ‘IRON’ MIKE TYYYYSON.”
Bruce, 63, and Michael, 76, did not grow up together and did not even know they were siblings until much later in life.
They eventually met in 1989 and Bruce started managing Michael, before beginning his own announcing career in the UFC.
Meanwhile, Tyson made his return to the boxing ring for the first time in 15 years when he fought Roy Jones Jr in an eight-round exhibition in November.
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Bruce (left) and Michael did not meet until later in life[/caption]
The legendary pair fought to a draw, but Tyson was the one who impressed boxing fans.
And he has declared that he intends to carry on his comeback, eyeing a trilogy bout with Evander Holyfield.
Holyfield, 58, who is also planning a return to the ring, beat Tyson twice in the 1990s.