Mike Tyson and Lennox Lewis will meet in a boxing ring one last time for an exhibition bout in December, according to ex-mobster Michael Franzese.
Tyson and Lewis had an infamous heated build to their last bout, in 2002, which saw the Lion stood tall in the eight after a spectacular knockout.
Their original fight had to be moved after the state of Nevada refused to give Tyson a license following a press conference brawl.
And Franzese, the former capo of the Colombo crime family, has claimed that their rematch may be ready to be staged in December – almost 20 years after their first encounter.
Franzese, who was appearing on the Sit Down podcast, said: "He’s going to be fighting again in December.
"Lennox Lewis, and I can tell you he’s in great shape."
While Tyson, himself, has eyes beyond the potential bout with Lewis, he told Franzese on the ex-mobster's YouTube channel: "I just want to get the exhibition over Lennox Lewis."
"And [then] probably my next one will be with [Anthony] Joshua or Tyson [Fury]."
Iron Mike returned to ring for an exhibition bout against Roy Jones Jr, which saw both fighters go the full eight rounds.
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Tyson has previously stated: "I want Holyfield and I want Lennox Lewis this year.
“I want both of them, I want to get them both this year. I also want to box an exhibition with Tyson Fury.
“If I do that — even if I can get those two guys [Lewis and Holyfield], I’ll say, ‘This is a wrap, I’m just gonna live life'."
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