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This was one of Mike Tyson’s most compulsive purchases

The famous former boxer, Mike Tyson, continues to drive the networks crazy. His career as a professional boxer led him to have great luxuries, bu


The famous former boxer, Mike Tyson, continues to drive the networks crazy. His career as a professional boxer led him to have great luxuries, but also to make somewhat absurd purchases. However, one of these compulsive acquisitions became something that characterized him and differentiated him from the rest. Find out all the details below.

April 30, 2022 3:57 p.m.

, is one of the celebrities of the moment. With her life of luxury, victories, great deeds, and also some controversies, today she drives the networks crazy again. A quite emblematic personality that has transcended in the history of boxing.

Mike won several medals in the world of the ring, and for this reason many followers still claim for his return to the ring. He always liked to stand out from the rest, although one of the most frequented postcards were those where violence had him as the protagonist. However, many prefer to keep the good times in which Tyson lived his golden age.

A life of great luxury is what characterized that stage. Women, excesses, mansions and exotic cars were on the front page. Despite this, the former boxer had somewhat compulsive purchases where he squandered money over and over again. However, this new acquisition was something that characterized it and for which many differentiated it from the rest. His beautiful Bengal tigers made the perfect postcard for the much feared “Iron” Mike.

Mike Tyson with one of his tigers.

While I was in prison, Mike bought three tigers worth about $70,000 each. Despite this, this was the starting point of this investment, since paid $125,000 a year for an animal trainer. Not to mention, another $250,000 he had to invest when a woman thought it would be a fun idea to jump Tyson’s fence and she got bitten.

A Tyson that was not on foot and that had bills everywhere. Their F50, is a true reflection of how well he was doing at that point in his career. Not to mention, it was just one of many cars he had in his distinguished garage. A car with a V12 engine and a top speed of 325 km/h. A supercar that is among the purest and most radical of the Italian brand, and how could it be otherwise, had a place in the former boxer’s garage.