Mike Tyson left social media stunned with an incredible boxing combination — but is there more to this than meets the eye?
The American was the youngest boxer to win a heavyweight title at 20 years old.
Tyson went on to become the undisputed world heavyweight champion.
The 52-year-old had a brutal style of boxing, knocking out his opponents 19 times — and doing so 12 times in the first round.
In the clip, Tyson is in an unidentified bar. He appears to be giving some of the staff a lesson in fighting.
And the 52-year-old pulls out some uppercuts and swinging hits before hitting at full pace.
His combination sees the former heavyweight champion make some punches while moving his body quickly.
Since being shared on Twitter the clip has been seen more than two million times. Posted by Boxing Life, the accompanying post says: “Iron Mike’s still got it.”
And boxing fans were blown away by the former heavyweight’s speed.
“That left so fast the camera almost didn’t catch it,” one said.
Another commented: “Wow. Death can come quick.”
While it was too much for a third viewer.
“I got hurt watching this,” they said.
But another video has emerged which shows there has been some adaption to the video. In the clip, which was shared on Streamable, the viral video is played alongside another version called “original”. And there is a huge delay between the time of the viral hits and the original ones, suggesting the video was sped up.
This comes as the American reportedly offered a zookeeper £9 000 to let him “smash” a silverback gorilla in a fight.