MIKE TYSON showed his legendary vicious combination punching is back after he forced his coach back against the ropes in training.
Tyson is preparing to return to the ring for the first time in 15 years when he faces Roy Jones Jr in an eight-round exhibition on November 28.
The heavyweight icon has been training with MMA mastermind Rafael Cordeiro ahead of his comeback, having spent the year transforming his body.
And Cordeiro gave fans a glimpse of Tyson’s famed aggression in the ring as he shared a video of the pair on the pads.
Iron Mike throws a one-two, rolls underneath and comes up with another right hand, before slipping to the side.
The speed and footwork on show is a reminder of just how devastating Tyson can be, even at 54-years-old.
Cordeiro has been working with the American legend since March, and oversees his pad work and sparring.
Tyson boasted that he is ‘ready to go to war’ with Cordeiro in his corner against Jones, 51.
He said: “He is a great trainer, and I am so happy to have him in my corner.
“The energy that he possess is such a warming idea to have him.
“He is a great man. I love him. I have a great team like family members, energy, it’s just family energy.
“We are ready to go to war.”
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