One Time Baddest Man on the Planet ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson Reveals He Spends $40,000 on Smoking

One Time Baddest Man on the Planet ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson Reveals He Spends $40,000 on Smoking

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  • American boxing legend Mike Tyson disclosed he spends a whopping $40,000 on smoking as health concerns surrounding ‘The Baddest Man on The Planet’ continue to grow
  • The 53-year-old's eyewatering expense on the drug equates to a shocking 120 tonnes of w**d per year
  • Concerns about Tyson's health heightened when the former boxer revealed he is nearing his ‘expiration date’ in recent weeks

Boxing Hall of Famer, Mike Tyson once divulged he spends a colossal amount of money on smoking w**d every month.

Tyson, who has never shied away from declaring his stance on w**d, owns a 'can-nabis' company based in South California, known as Tyson Ranch.

The 56-year-old former boxer once shed light on the amount of money he spends on smoking.

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'Iron' Mike Tyson has made no secret of his love for smoking. Photo credit: @Herbworthy
Source: Twitter

Speaking on his Hotboxin podcast back in 2019, to co-host and former NFL player Eben Britton, the former WBC, WBA and IBF heavyweight champion claimed he smoked around $40,000 worth every month.

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"What do we smoke a month?" he asked Britton as quoted by SportBIBLE, "Is it $40,000 a month?"
"We smoke 10 tons of w**d at the ranch a month," the co-host replied.
"Is that crazy?" Tyson then quizzed. That's a lot of w**d," rapper Jim Jones, who was the guest on the show, said, "That's nonstop, every second w**d right there."

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Going into the fight, Tyson was the undefeated and undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, holding the WBC, WBA, and IBF titles.

Most considered this fight to be a warm-up bout for Tyson before meeting up with then-undefeated number 1 heavyweight contender Evander Holyfield.

Mike Tyson sighted in a wheelchair at Miami International Airport

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.