Mike Tyson shows up at AEW event and knocks out Cash Wilder
Mike Tyson exploded into the heavyweight division in the 80s and his dominant displays was destructive to all that stood in his way., 'Iron' Mike Tyson's last bout was his exhibition against Roy Jones Jr, which took place in 2020, and is still around the fight game. But a different fight game!
young Mike Tyson >>> pic.twitter.com/8YTObpakii— Roots of Combat (@RootsOfCombat) April 23, 2021
Mike Tyson, has turned his attention to professional wrestling, in which he holds history. Mike Tyson helped WrestleMania XIV live up to its billing as “The Greatest Extravaganza of All Time.” Serving as the special enforcer in the massive showdown between WWE Champion Shawn Michaels and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Tyson caused a media circus to surround The Show of Shows in 1998. At Wrestlemania, Tyson ended up being the one who counted the pin to give Austin his first WWE Title. After the bout, the heavy-hitter knocked an angry Michaels out cold in front of a rabid Boston crowd.
Tyson has now aligned himself with AEW (All Elite Wrestling) and On May 23, 2020, at All Elite Wrestling's Double or Nothing, Tyson helped Cody defeat Lance Archer alongside Jake Roberts and presented him the inaugural AEW TNT Championship. Tyson returned to AEW on the April 7, 2021 episode of Dynamite and helped Jericho from being attacked by The Pinnacle, beating down Shawn Spears in the process. He was the special guest enforcer on the April 14 episode of Dynamite for a match between Jericho and Dax Harwood of The Pinnacle, in which Tyson took out Cash Wilder with one right hand, which according to reports, was a real punch and not a fake punch.
Tyson is already a WWE hall of famer, and now has joined the Inner Circle in AEW.