Legendary Boxer Mike Tyson Spotted in Wheelchair at Miami Airport

Legendary Boxer Mike Tyson Spotted in Wheelchair at Miami Airport

Isaac Darko
August 18, 2022 at 12:15 PM
  • Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson was sighted in a wheelchair at Miami International Airport on Tuesday
  • The legendary 56-year-old boxer has been suffering from back problems for a while now, according to reports
  • Mike Tyson recently revealed that at times, he feels as though his fate is sealed and believes his body parts are deteriorating

American boxing icon Mike Tyson was pushed in a wheelchair as he posed for photos with fans at the Miami International Airport on Tuesday, August 16.

The 56-year-old was making his way through the airport but still made time for his devoted fans as he received assistance.

Per reports, as claimed in Marca, the former heavyweight boxer is suffering from "sciatica flare-up" in his lower back, which is reported to be an old issue.

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Tyson is said to be suffering from an 'old back issue' that has flared up again. Credit:
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The legendary Tyson was assisted by an airport employee as he was wheeled through the terminal with a large walking stick in his lap.

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The International Boxing Hall of Fame inductee recently gave fans a grim update about his future as he hinted he was close to passing away.

He took an introspective view of the world in recent years, embracing some uncomfortable concepts including his own mortality.

While speaking on his Hotboxin' podcast, the former heavyweight boxing champion said he had started to notice small changes in his body which rang alarm bells.

He also reflected on how he had come to detach from the love of money, saying he knew it did not necessarily translate to love and happiness.

Legendary Mike Tyson Offers Anthony Joshua Secrets to Defeat Oleksandr Uysk During Heavyweight Rematch

Legendary ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson has warned Anthony Joshua to ensure he stays away from Oleksandr Usyk’s jabs when they clash for a rematch on August 20.

Joshua faces one of the toughest tests of his boxing career, and the Briton has been advised to put pressure on the Ukrainian and ensure he avoids jabs when they meet.

Recall that Joshua lost all his world titles to Usyk last September, and they have a rematch this weekend in Saudi Arabia.

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