Mike Tyson is at it again.
The 54-year-old boxer once again chomped down on an opponent’s ear, taking a bite.
But don’t worry, it wasn’t flesh and cartilage this time. Instead, it was cake and icing, Bleacher Report reported.
Tyson posted a video on YouTube, “Thanksgiving with the Tysons,” and in the clip, he took a bite of a cake made in the likeness of his exhibition bout with Roy Jones Jr.
The former heavyweight champ is known for his fight against Evander Holyfield in which Tyson bit off a chunk of Holyfield’s ear in 1997.
In the video, Tyson says the cake opponent tastes better than Holyfield, TMZ reported.
Of the infamous bout, Tyson told Fox News, that he wanted to kill his opponent.
“I bit him because I wanted to kill him,” Tyson said. “I was really mad about my head being bumped and everything. I really lost consciousness of the whole fight. It took me out of my fight plan and everything.”
Saturday’s event is the first sanctioned boxing match since 2006. That was an exhibition fight, Bleacher Report reported.
His last professional one was in June 2005, in which he lost by technical knockout in the seventh round against Kevin McBride.
Tyson is expected to make $10 million in his fight against Jones, TMZ reported.
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