Mike Tyson Seen In Wheelchair After Saying His Death Is Coming ‘Really Soon’

The 56-year-old was wheeled through the terminal at Miami International Airport.

Renowned boxer Mike Tyson, who is well-known for his boxing achievements, is trying out acting in an Indian movie called ‘Liger’ with actor Vijay Deverakonda. But, lately, there’s been worry about his health and some comments he made about de-ath.

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There were pictures of Tyson in a wheelchair at the Miami Airport. He had a stick to help him walk, and he took pictures with his fans. He was dressed in all-white clothes and used a white cloth to wipe his mouth. He was seen using the same walking stick in New York as well.

People got worried about him, but someone close to Tyson said it’s not a big problem, just some pain in his back. They said it’s like wear and tear from his time as a boxer and that it happens to athletes.

Mike Tyson

But Tyson’s talk about death has added to the concern. In a podcast talk with his friend, he talked about how we all have to die someday. He looked at himself in the mirror and saw some marks on his face, and it made him realize that his time on earth is getting shorter.

He wants to die without fear and pain. He mentioned how some famous people have suffered a lot before they died, and he doesn’t want that. He wants to be aware and peaceful when the time comes.

Mike Tyson Photographed In Wheelchair At Airport, Sparking Fan Concerns

Tyson also talked about money and how people think it makes them secure and happy. He disagreed with this idea. He asked if money can stop diseases or accidents, like getting hit by a car or falling from a bridge. He shared that having a lot of money doesn’t guarantee that people will love you. He said that money gives a false sense of safety. He mentioned that some rich people believe they’re invincible, even though that’s not true.

In conclusion, Tyson’s new journey into acting has brought attention to his health and his thoughts about life and death. The images of him using a wheelchair and walking stick have worried people, but his close circle says it’s not a big deal. His reflections on death and the limitations of money remind us that true happiness and security come from different places.

Mike Tyson Seen In Wheelchair After Saying His Death Is Coming 'Really Soon'

Boxing legend Mike Tyson used the oldest airport trick in the book recently when he skipped the lines when traveling for a flight.

One of the most frustrating deceptions at any terminal is the passenger who clearly can walk using a wheelchair to get to the front of the queue.

Mike Tyson in a wheelchair

Tyson did this on a recent trip after admitting to TMZ that the was “nothing serious” wrong with him, and it was “just an occupational hazard for an athlete like Mike.”

Everyone is aware of just how good of shape Mike Tyson is in. You only have to ask his coach Rafael Cordero about that.

He’s constantly getting bombarded with punches in the gym. Some of which he knows could seriously cause damage.

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“We train hard every single day. Guys like Mik inside the ring, if you don’t move your head, it’s coming off,” Cordero told TMZ.

“Nothing comes for free. Mike trains six or seven hours a day.

“He hit me a couple of times. I saw stars. The first time he caught my chin, I saw my wife, daughter, and son. My life passed in front of me.

“The second time he caught me, I was like, ok, it’s Mike.”

Unbelievable shape

Discussing Tyson’s shape through his mid-fifties, Cordero added: “He is impressive. I have never seen anything like this before.

“Mike Tyson has the experience, and his techniques are better today than what he had in the past.

“He shows desire every day when we train. He runs every single morning. Mike Tyson trains three times a day for his body, but his mind is there.

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“He is still the same Mike Tyson in the ring.”

Despite Cordero’s words, Tyson is unsure how long he has left on the planet, let alone fighting in exhibitions like the one against Roy Jones Jr.

Tyson broke records alongside Jones in a November 2020 exhibition. Their fight sold over 1.5 million Pay Per Views.


On his Hotboxin podcast, Tyson admitted he worries about his mortality.

“We’re all going to die one day, of course. Then, when I look in the mirror, I see those little spots on my face. I say, ‘Wow. That means my expiration date is coming close, really soon.’”

Mike Tyson is formidable, but that won’t stop him from kipping the queues at the airport.


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