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Mike Tyson showed how he has fun in his luxury saloon

recommended The legendary boxer caused a furor in the networks aboard his brand new Rolls-Royce. A postcard that lets us glimpse how he has


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The legendary boxer caused a furor in the networks aboard his brand new Rolls-Royce. A postcard that lets us glimpse how he has fun in his car that amounts to 300,000 dollars. Don’t miss the video!

August 07, 2022 5:52 p.m.

He is one of the great references of boxing. Kid Dynamite has managed to captivate with his sporting exploits, in addition to his controversial facts both inside and outside the ring. One of the most feared men in the ring, who had the pleasure of adding a significant sum to his bank account.

Iron Mike, despite having gone bankrupt, continues to lead a life of great luxury. His medical cannabis venture under the name “Tyson Ranch” turned out to be a highly promising staging for the former boxer’s wallet. A venture that promises millions and is on everyone’s lips. It is estimated that per month his salary is around 500,000 dollars.

To this we also have to add promising advertising contracts and his participation in some films that are causing a stir among his fans. Thanks to that, Mike can indulge himself and choose one of the great British brands to walk the streets. Without a doubt, one of the former boxer’s favorites for years.

Tyson wowed everyone with his Ghost. A divine luxury sedan that only a few celebrities can be painted like Mike Tyson himself. This car has a V8 engine and reaches a maximum speed of 250 km/h. In addition, this luxurious vehicle gives off 591 CV of power.

Its market value is around $340,000. Undoubtedly, a cheaper alternative of the British brand, but which is similar in several aspects to the popular Phantom. Mike did not hesitate to pose enjoying this terrible specimen that adds to his ostentatious collection of Rolls-Royce that causes a sensation. And what do you think of this model?

Reference model Rolls-Royce Ghost.

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