This summer, Mike Tyson and Jake Paul are set to face off in a highly anticipated boxing match. This event is expected to be a major spectacle, drawing attention worldwide before the Olympics.

Despite being 57 and having been seen with a cane two years ago, Tyson is not shying away from the challenge posed by the YouTube-star-turned-boxer, Jake Paul. On his X account, Tyson shared a training video montage with a bold message for Paul: "You still wanna f*** with me?"

In the video, Tyson revealed he's on his third day of training, demonstrating his commitment to the upcoming fight. The bout is scheduled for July 20, to be streamed on Netflix at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Paul expressed his excitement and determination in a statement, highlighting his rapid rise from a viral knockout on Tyson’s undercard to facing the boxing legend himself. He aims to prove his worth against one of the sport's most iconic figures.

"This will be the fight of a lifetime," Paul stated, acknowledging Tyson's reputation as the greatest heavyweight and most dangerous boxer ever. The match is not only Paul's second fight of the year but also Tyson's first since his exhibition with Roy Jones Jr. in 2020.

Tyson acknowledged Paul's growth as a boxer, noting the intriguing contrast between Paul's youthful ambition and his own extensive experience. "It's a full circle moment that will be beyond thrilling to watch," Tyson said, hinting at a decisive showdown in the ring.

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