The renowned boxer, 56, says he has just been aware of some sections of his body and is concerned about how much longer he has to live.
Mike Tyson has given his fans a grim update about his future as he warns his end is nigh.
“We’re all going to die one day, of course“, Tyson stated on his Hotboxin’ podcast. “Then, I notice those tiny spots on my face when I look in the mirror“.
“I say, ‘Wow. That means my expiration date is coming close, really soon.’”
He said nothing more about his health, including whether it was a problem.
MIKE TYSON ON THE TOPIC OF WEALTH
Iron Mike thought about how he’s less concerned with amassing enormous wealth because he believes that it doesn’t necessarily convert into love and happiness.
“Money don’t mean s**t to me,” he said.
“I always tell people: they think money’s gonna make them happy, they’ve never had money before — when you have a lot of money, you can’t expect nobody to love you.
“How am I gonna confess my love to you when you have $500 billion?
“The false sense of security.
“You believe nothing can happen. You don’t believe the banks could collapse. You believe that you’re invincible when you have a lot of money, which isn’t true.
“That’s why I always say money is a false sense of security.”
He claimed that no amount of money could protect you from life’s normal processes or the catastrophic events that can happen to anyone at any time.
“When you put money in your bank and you get a check every week and you can live for the rest of your life, is that security?” he questioned.
“That means you won’t catch a disease, you can’t get hit by a car? You can’t jump off a bridge. I don’t know. Is that security? Can money secure you from that?”
HOW HE HAS CHANGED AS A PERSON
Tyson has undoubtedly been more self-aware and transparent about how particular incidents have impacted his life in recent years.
He broke down in tears as he thought on how he is a different guy from the man who was the heavyweight champion of the world during an interview with Sugar Ray Leonard for his Hotboxin’ podcast.
“And, it’s not funny at all. It’s not cool like I’m a tough guy. It’s just that I hate that guy, I’m scared of him.
“That guy’s kind of dead now… but that wasn’t easy. That guy didn’t want to leave. He wasn’t leaving easy.”
“He fought, screamed and cried and scratched all the way until he died, you know?”
Iron Mike, who defeated Trevor Berbick in 1986 when he was only 20 years old, is still the youngest boxer to ever win a world heavyweight title.
He currently offers a variety of cannabis products through Tyson Ranch, his business.