ExclusiveTMZSports.com 54-year-old Mike Tyson is still an elite fighter who could supply the greatest heavyweights in the world a serious run for their money– so states Iron Mike’s popular trainer.TMZ Sports talked
to Rafael Cordero– owner of SoCal’s Kings Mixed Martial Arts, considered as one of the very best fight sport coaches– about Mike … who’s fighting Roy Jones Jr. in November.Cordero– who states Tyson is training 6 to 8 hours a day– informed us Mike remains in fact much better than he was years ago when he was heavyweight champ of the world … so we asked, could he argue against Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, and Deontay Wilder!.?.!?” I think Mike can do it. If he put his mind, he wan na fight for the belt one day, why not? Who mention it’s impossible to do?”Rafael states.”He’s battling each and every single dayin the
gym and I believe the best still to come. Why not? If one day he want to show, he put his techniques to the test, why not [fight for] for the belt?” FYI, 32-year-old, 6’9″, 30-0-1 Fury, 30-year-old, 6’6″, 24-1 Joshua, and 34-year-old, 6′ 7″
< img src="https://imagez.tmz.com/image/f3/16by9/2020/09/15/f398c60906b5480192e5356c7a89e1e1_md.jpg"/ >, 42-1-1 Wilder are considered the 3 leading heavyweights in the world.We similarly asked Cordero about training video that appears to reveal Mike blasting RC in his confront with an ideal hook … and
how it felt to be struck with a flush power punch from Tyson.