Mike Tyson will step foot in a ring again, it has been confirmed, after teasing a potential boxing comeback aged 53.
However, it will not be for a boxing fight, with the Baddest Man on the Planet set to appear on All Elite Wrestling's Double or Nothing pay-per-view event on May 23.
Tyson will present the winner of the Cody vs Lance Archer match with the inaugural AEW TNT Championship.
The boxing legend is a big wrestling fan and AEW's Executive Vice President Cody Rhodes confirmed the news on Twitter, writing: "It’s been a privilege to compete in this tournament.
"It’ll be an honor to finish it. The King of PPV, The Baddest Man On The Planet, Iron Mike Tyson to present the @tntdrama CHAMPIONSHIP #aew"
"They reached out to me", Hearn revealed. "I had a call, a message, someone reached out to me and said 'I wanna talk about Mike'.
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"I would like to see it. But I kind of feel like, and I know people will say 'Well, you did the YouTube fight with KSI' but is it a bit irresponsible to let a 53-year-old legend get back in the ring?
"I don't know. He looks pretty dangerous, but I think it's just the fascination of could he actually go in at 53 and do some damage in the division? Maybe, maybe not."
"There's a fine line, and I've crossed it a couple of times, sort of with the integrity of the sport versus entertainment and delivering numbers.
"Our job is to deliver numbers for our broadcasters. But we have to try and keep it as close to the right mark as we possibly can. I don't know, stranger things have happened, we'll see."