Former world heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield would fight Mike Tyson again – if his old rival asks.
Holyfield, 57, who retired in 2014, won their two previous bouts in the 1990s, including the infamous ‘Bite Fight’ in 1997 when Tyson was disqualified.
Both have planned returns for charity and Holyfield said a three-round fight was possible “if he [Tyson] wants to”.
Former world featherweight champion Scott Harrison could make his boxing return at a behind-closed-doors event in Aberdeen this summer.
Harrison, who was released from jail in July 2018 after serving four years for assault, has not fought for seven years and has seen several scheduled comeback fights fall through.
But the Scot, 42, is set to co-headline a pay-per-view television event in late June [...]
A well-placed insult in the corner was key as the love poured down from the steep seats at Manchester Arena.
Trainer Billy Graham dished out the tough words, Ricky Hatton listened and Kostya Tszyu consequently suffered.
The unshakable rivals asked questions of one another and solved puzzles in the ring, resulting in desperate moments where respect was briefly replaced with low blows.
This was the greatest version of Mike Tyson, and Donald Trump wanted to make sure Frank Sinatra could see it.
The current US president demanded the ring at his Atlantic City casino be lowered so that the legendary American singer did not have to arch his neck for a view of the action.
After all that, Sinatra did not turn up on fight night – but Tyson did, with menace. And Michael Spinks was there too, [...]