Mike Tyson showed off his incredible physique and shredded legs as the 54-year-old prepares for his comeback fight.
The youngster ever heavyweight champions is taking on Roy Jones Jr, 54, in an eight-round exhibition fight on September 12 in California.
He has been taking training very seriously, sharing several images and videos of his time getting back in the ring.
But trainer and MMA coach Rafael Cordeiro has now given the latest update on Tyson’s form – and it looks like Iron Mike is getting back to his best.
The American was seen wearing a T-shirt of himself with the word “GOAT”, dripping in sweat after an intense workout.
And his biceps bulge beneath the sleeves as well as his huge chest, echoing his form that secured a first belt at 20 years old in 1986.
But his legs steal the show, with bulging thighs and calves as he takes a drinks break.
Cordero shared the image on his Instagram channel, where is has earned thousands of likes within hours of publishing.
While several fans have been delighted at the idea of Tyson making a return, some have criticised the event including boxing legend George Foreman.
But Tyson responded earlier this week, telling TMZ: “Don’t worry about us. [Foreman] wasn’t worried about getting hurt when he went on his tour of coming back and fighting. Tell George I love him for caring.
“We’re both professionals. We know how to handle ourselves and whatever happens, happens.”
The 54-year-old is already thinking beyond the exhibition fight in September, debating a fight with UFC star Conor McGregor.
But Iron Mike suggested it would be tough, telling the Dan Patrick Show: “Not because Conor might kick my a**, it’s just because Conor has the right to step on my feet.
"If anybody steps on my feet I’m tapping out. He doesn’t need to hit me.
“If he steps on my feet when we get out the ring it’s gonna be a problem. Then we’ll have some police involved. We’ll have the lawyer involved. It’s gonna be ugly.”