Mike Tyson has sold his Las Vegas mansion to move into an even bigger house that cost him $2.5million on the gated community property, which boasts six bedrooms and a swimming pool, an outdoor fireplace, lush landscaping, marble flooring and a grand entry in Henderson, Nevada.
His return to wealth is said to be down to celebrity appearances, endorsements, business savvy and his very own animated television show, Mike Tyson Mysteries.
Mike will be making his UFC debut in a video game. The legendary heavyweight boxer was unveiled on Wednesday as a playable character for EA Sports UFC 2, the upcoming sequel to Electronic Arts’ mixed martial arts franchise.
Tyson has long been an advocate and fan of mixed martial arts. EA officials announced that two playable versions of Mike will be included in the game: “Iron’ Mike Tyson, based on his climb to stardom and string of invincible fights in the eighties; and ‘Legacy’ Mike Tyson, developed with the end of his illustrious career in mind.”