Mike Tyson unveils new boxing-inspired cannabis termed 'Undisputed 87'

Mike Tyson unveils new boxing-inspired cannabis termed 'Undisputed 87'

- Mike Tyson has unveiled his cannabis brand 'Undisputed 87' dubbed ‘Baddest Cannabis on the Planet’

- The former heavyweight champion officially began the production of the drug which is deemed legal in the United States in 2017

- The 'Undisputed 87' cannabis is inspired by Tyson's victory over Tony Tucker in August 1987 when he won the WBA, WBC and IBF titles

Boxing legend, Mike Tyson, has recorded a significant landmark in his business exploits after launching a new set of cannabis products 'Undisputed 87,' dubbed 'baddest' cannabis on the planet.''

Tyson, who is the youngest boxer ever to win a heavyweight title at the age of 20 in 1986, unveiled the drug as part of plans to give his cannabis brand a more visibility and acceptance.

The former heavyweight champion began his cannabis brand named Tyson Ranch in 2017 in California but the new 'Undisputed' cannabis which is an allusion to his days in boxing, is believed will pull the storm in the market.

Before launching the Undisputed 87, 'Iron Man' worked with cannabis larget producing company in the world Planet 13 Holdings which is based in Nevada.

"The Baddest Cannabis on The Planet is only available at Planet 13. Listen, you don't want to miss this," Tyson said.

The Undisputed 87 cannabis is inspired by Tyson's victory over Tony Tucker in August 1987 when he won the WBA, WBC and IBF titles.

"Undisputed87 is an ode to the legacy Mike left not only in Vegas but in the world of fighting,'' Rickman the CEO of Tyson's cannabis company said during the launching.

“We knew there was no better place to launch this brand than the cannabis SuperStore that is Planet 13.''

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had reported that Mike Tyson, former heavyweight champion, has admitted that it would be difficult to come out of the ring victorious should he face the ruthless late boxing legend Muhammad Ali during his ever-dominant prime.

Tyson and Ali are unarguably considered two biggest names to have walked on boxing trajectory with the grandeur of championship and social prestige, though they walked into the game in different times.

But the 'Baddest man on planet' was full of respect and admiration for the two-time late heavyweight champion while admitting that it would not be possible for him to beat Ali when he was the biggest face of boxing game.

Source: Yen

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