By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing
Four-time heavyweight champion Evander ”The Real Deal” Holyfield says he would agree to an exhibition charity bout with former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson. ”Wouldn’t bother me to do three rounds. My manager has been talking to his people,” Holyfield told TMZSports. “I wouldn’t ask personally. The only person I would ask is Riddick Bowe because we’re buddies. Life is about trusting each other and doing something that works. Some people didn’t get a chance to see Mike and I.
“We could fight and he could show what he can do and I can show what I can do. I felt I was the best of my era. This is not a life and death situation. I won’t have anyone cheap-shotting me though.”
When asked about the second fight with Tyson when part of his ear was chomped off.
“The ear represents the $35 million I received for nine minutes in the ring. That’s amazing.”