Learn the details of the former undisputed heavyweight champion Mike Tyson's son Leon Tyson.
Mike Tyson is one of the biggest names in the boxing ring, who never missed great fans with his phenomenal bout skills. Overviewing Tyson's career, he's one of the ringworld trendsetters with a record of 45 wins, 38 knockouts, and only three losses.
But here, we're not going to talk about the boxing legend Mike's staggering career. Instead, we'll be focusing on his second son Miguel Leon Tyson, already dubbed 'Mike Tyson Jr..' Learn whether or not he's following in his father's footsteps.
The 19 -Year-Old Is Yet to Commit to a Professional Career
Mike Tyson shares three children, Miguel Leon Tyson, Amir Tyson, and Morocco Tyson. Born in 2002, Miguel is the middle child between the elder Amir and the younger Morocco.
Miguel Leon Tyson has followed in the footsteps of his inspirational father.
Overviewing his career, Amir is yet to 'headstart' as his father, Mike, who at the age of 18, had already started his professional career. Over time, Tyson amassed a record of 25-4 and knocked pro boxer Mercedes.
Nevertheless, Mike shared footage, taking to his social media page, which showed Miguel being trained by him.
The video clearly shows how well he swings those punches and hooks. But Miguel seemed to be diverted when it comes to his career as he's also into music and philanthropic works.
Nevertheless, he swings, dodges well, and can be a good boxer if he follows the footstep of the most-feared puncher in boxing history.
Mike shared a video of his son training with him last year. "He just started," he captioned the video. "Not trying to box just trying to stay fit. Morning workouts with the Baddest Dad on the Planet."
Fans are eagerly waiting for Junior's breakthrough, like his father Mike, who made history avenging Muhammad Ali and defeating his longtime rival Larry Holmes. He then retained the world heavyweight title from the match and became the youngest player ever to do so.