Mike Tyson bizarrely dressed up like a bumblebee and danced round on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

The heavyweight legend was featured on this system and loved a dance with Kimmel’s sidekick, Guillermo Rodriguez.

Iron Mike posted a solo dance video of himself within the bee costume with the caption “it’s none of your beeznuss” and says “I’m feeling lovely.”

He additionally performed a sport of “Mike Tyson is true behind you …” the place followers remark on the boxing icon earlier than being confronted by the person himself.

One man is requested to rank the best athletes of all time and has no room for his “favourite boxer of all time” Tyson.

But when Iron Mike creeps up behind him, he shortly says: “No method! Probably primary now.”

Tyson turned the youngest heavyweight world champion of all time aged 20 in 1986.

He retired professionally in 2005 and later went on to build a cannabis empire.

But in November 2020, he made a boxing comeback and drew with Roy Jones Jr, 53, over eight exhibition rounds.

‘I’m feeling beautiful’ – Fearsome Mike Tyson bizarrely dresses up like BUMBLEBEE and dances around on Jimmy Kimmel show
Mike Tyson dressed like a bumblebee and danced round on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
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Tyson, 55, has since been linked with a combat in opposition to YouTube-turned prizefighter Jake Paul, 25, who is 5-0 as a boxer.

He informed Kimmel: “I’ve by no means taken it very critical however that may very well be actually attention-grabbing.

“He’s expert sufficient sure, I’m going to present it to him, he’s expert sufficient as a result of he retains successful.

“Even if he’s preventing guys you don’t consider are ok fighters, they need to be capable to beat him, however they’ll’t.

MIKE TYSON bizarrely dressed up like a BUMBLEBEE and danced around on the Jimmy Kimmel show.
Tyson turned the youngest heavyweight world champion of all time aged 20 in 1986.
Instagram/@miketyson

“So he’s beating individuals who actually he shouldn’t actually be beating, we’ve obtained to present him that credit score.

“He’s beating those that he ought to not likely be beating and he’s doing good man.”

This story initially appeared on The Sun and has been reproduced right here with permission.

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