- Mike Tyson says life is just too complicated
- The legendary emotionally says he looks forward to dying
- His latest comments seem to worry his fans who are concerned about his health
Mike Tyson says being alive is too complicated in a recent interview as he emotionally stated that he is looking forward to dying, Give Me Sport reports.
The legendary boxer was highly famous during his active days and many refer to him as the ‘baddest man on planet earth'.
He was feared and dangerous especially inside the ring. Although there are times he proved to be fierce outside the ring too.
The 53-year-old who had broken down during a podcast chat with boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard as he said he feels empty and now working to be humble.
He said: "Now those days are gone it’s empty, I’m nothing. I’m working on the art of humbleness... That’s the reason I’m crying because I’m not that person no more, and I miss him."
He has assured his fans of his health status saying he is fine, but his recent comments seem to worry a lot of people.
"From my experience, from what I believe, the more I know about not existing, the more willing I am to die," he said adding that he is not afraid to die.
Then when asked if he 'looked forward to death', he replied: "Yeah, I don't fear it. Living might be more complicated than dying to me, because living takes a lot of courage."
Meanwhile, Mike Tyson has commended Deontay Wilder's decision to make a third fight happen with the new WBC champion Tyson Fury, cited on Sport Bible. The Bronze Bomber suffered his first career defeat to the Gypsy King last month after a seventh-round stoppage in Las Vegas.
And the American fighter has triggered his rematch clause for a trilogy fight with the British heavyweight champion in July.
Iron Mike Tyson who celebrated Fury's victory at the MGM Arena has given a thumbs up for another rematch in a yet to be mentioned date.
The 53-year-old suggested that his fellow American should return to full fitness and keep his head right for the fight.
"(Wilder) has to go right back in, right away. Get yourself healthy, your head right and get back in the ring," Tyson told The Sportsman. The winner between Fury and Wilder III will face Anthony Joshua in a much anticipated battle of the Brits in December 2020.