Warren on Tyson return: 'He has no chance against any heavyweight'

Mike Tyson's potential return to the boxing ring will end in 'embarrassment', promoter Frank Warren has warned. A video of the 53-year-old hitting the pads with trademark tenacity went viral last week and he has since revealed he would like to take part in four-round exhibition match.  Old rival Evander Holyfield has revealed plans to fight to raise money for charity.   Holyfield defeated Tyson twice in the mid-1990s, with Tyson biting his opponent's ear in their 1997 rematch, and leading many fans have been speculating that the pair could make a trilogy fight. '  Warren represents current WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, and the Gypsy King has been weighing up his future fight options during lockdown.  Deontay Wilder has the opportunity to make a trilogy fight with Fury, but the lineal champion could alternatively take a unification match with fellow Briton Anthony Joshua.  Related: The Most Eccentric Boxers of All Time [Grid]