Boxing legend Tyson changes diet to increase punching power

 

Boxing legend, Mike Tyson, has ditched his vegan diet and is scoffing bison and elk meat to prepare for a ring return.

The ex-world heavyweight champ, 54, hopes red meat will restore his stunning punching power.

Protein-packed steaks are making him strong again for his comeback against Roy Jones Jr, 51, in Carson, California, on November 28.

Tyson said of his vegan diet: “I stopped because of the training and because of what I wanted my body to look like and the strength that I wanted to poses.

“I only eat elk and bison — wild stuff — and I’m starting to feel fit.

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“I realised the stuff that’s good for other people — like kale, vegetables and blueberries — for me is really poisonous.”

Tyson was speaking on the podcast of American comedian Joe Rogan, an amateur hunter.

Rogan told Tyson: “I want to give you some of my elk.

“I’ve got three commercial freezers full. You can have as much as you want.”

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