Mike Tyson recently posted a video of himself hitting mitts which went and he caught the attention of the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship who offered him $20 million for a fight in their organization.
Tyson, 53, said that he hasn’t punched a bag in 15 years and his last professional fight was a 2005 defeat to Irish heavyweight Kevin McBride, but the boxing legend has recently admitted that he started training again and is getting ready charity bout.
— Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) May 1, 2020
The press has linked Tyson to to a rematch with Evander Holyfield, who has also announced that he started training. Another likely opponent is New Zealand All Black rugby star and pro boxer Sonny Bill Williams who has defeated Tyson former foe Francois Botha.
One of the most talked-about topics today happens to be Mike Tyson appearing in shape and ready to appear in a boxing ring again. The former heavyweight champion of the world is gearing up for charity exhibition bouts thanks to Kings MMA coach Rafael Cordeiro.
So how exactly did Tyson get so quickly into fighting shape? Tyson ended up stating to Shaquille O’Neal on Instagram Live via The Sun:
“You know what I had done? I had stem-cell research therapy. I feel like a different person but I can’t comprehend why I feel this way. It’s really wild what scientists can do.”
1. WHAT IS STEM CELL THERAPY AND HOW SAFE IS IT?
Stem cell therapy is a therapy that uses your own body stem cells for regenerating certain tissues that need regeneration. It is very safe and it uses your own cells that are taken from your fat through liposuction. That way you have no allergic reactions. We do it in sterile conditions so there is no chance for infection.
2. WHAT CONDITIONS CAN BE TREATED WITH STEM CELLS AND HOW EFFECTIVE IS IT?
Stem cell therapy is a rather new kind of therapy, and all the illnesses and conditions that can be treated with stem cells are expanding. What is certain now is that most orthopedic problems can be solved using stem cells. Gonarthrosis, coxarthrosis, some major fractures that are very difficult to heal. Those are the things that are mostly treated with stem cells. In short, today stem cell therapy for orthopedic injuries is common.
3. WHAT ABOUT SPORTS INJURIES?
Sports injuries are certainly a part of conditions that can be treated. As sports people know, it is very easy to damage your knee or damage your hip, or ankle or shoulder, and cartilage in these joints cannot be regenerated by the body itself. Rather it needs help.
So what we do is we infiltrate stem cells into joints, they regenerate the cartilage and it solves your problem.