Former world heavyweight boxing champion Shannon Briggs claims Mike Tyson has agreed to fight him.

Former undisputed champion, Tyson has been back in training for some
time working towards a return to the ring in a charity bout.

53 year old Tyson had been offered a million dollars to fight a
former rugby league player in Australia, with Sonny Bill Williams one of
those mentioned.

Evander Holyfield was reportedly also interested, but it appears two time world champion Briggs has landed a deal.

48 year old Briggs made this announcement on Instagram. “I just
talked to Mike Tyson, it’s going down, me and Mike. We’re going to make
it happen, it’s official.”

“You’re going to see it happen. Brownsville versus Brownsville. Me and Tyson are going to lace up the gloves, we’re going to rumble, rumble in the jungle. We’re going to let our fists do the talking!”

Briggs last fought in 2016 and has a career record of 60 wins from 68 fights.

Nicknamed “The Cannon”, Briggs had noteable wins over George Foreman and Ray Mercer.

RNZ

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