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Mike Tyson is one of Boxing’s greatest fighters, and one of the world’s finest athletes. Over his career he’s made nearly a billion US dollars in prize money, and although struggled, has made some major comebacks! From Mansions, Tigers, Private Jets, and Sports cars – this is how he spends his millions!
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Welcome back, Richest fans! Mike Tyson is one of the greatest boxers to walk this earth. He made an absolute fortune during his incredible career. As such, he would spend a lot of money. However, by 2003, many controversies and financial issues caught up with Iron Mike. He was declared bankrupt due to millions of dollars in debt. Since the heavyweight boxer retired from the ring in 2005, he’s slowly been building his fortune up once more. Today, we’re going to look at some of the most expensive items “the baddest man on the planet” has spent his money on.
Now for the spoiler-ridden paragraph. If you don’t want to know what’s in the video, then we suggest you skip this and go and watch it now. We’ll look at many of his expensive mansions. From Ohio, Connecticut, and Las Vegas. One of which was sold to rapper, 50 Cent. We’ll look at why he loves racing pigeons and how much they cost. We’ll also look at the three Bengal Tigers Tyson bought and the massive expenses! We’ll take a look at his recent businesses in the Tyson Ranch and Tyson Holistic Holdings. There’s also the matter of his immense watches and jewellery costs. Plus, we’ll examine all the luxury cars he’s owned. We’ll take a gander at how much he spent on phones and technology. As well as see how much he’s making from the Cameo App. We’ll look at the infamous gold bathtub he bought for his first wife. Finally, we’ll chat about his possible boxing comeback. Which might mean facing his rival, Evander Holyfield, once more.
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