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Boxing champion Evander Holyfield announced last week that he was retiring and getting ready to step back into the ring. He tweeted his intention to take part in a series of exhibition games to raise money for charity, particularly # Unite4OurFight, an organization that "seeks to fill the void that the pandemic has created in accessing resources that our youth need for emotional development and education needed ".  And he is already resuming his education. Holyfield wrote on Instagram that he was "feeling good" after his first week at the gym, adding, "I'm looking forward to increasing my workouts and intensity as I prepare for my fight." The short video shows how he demonstrates his quick footwork and impressive speed in hitting the pads before ending in just two words: "I'm back."
The post has sparked speculation among boxing fans that Holyfield could be preparing for a long-awaited rematch with Mike Tyson, who recently expressed his desire to retire for some charity fights and posted an intense training video himself .
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Holyfield and Tyson were famous rivals in the 1990s; After defeating Tyson in a knockout win in 1996, winning his third heavyweight WBA title, Holyfield faced each other in a rematch the following year. The now infamous "Bite Fight", in which Tyson bit a piece from the helix of Holyfield's ear and spat it on the mat, sparked great controversy and has gone down in the annals of sports history.
And not even a man is as young as before, you can say with certainty that the whole boxing world will watch whether and when the 53- and 57-year-old fighters step back into the ring.
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