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The New Scheduled Date of Mike Tyson-Jake Paul Fight Revealed

Tyson’s reps confirmed he suffered a serious medical scare during a cross-country flight from Miami to Los Angeles last Sunday (May 26) in an email to the New York Post on Monday (May 27).

“Thankfully, Mr. Tyson is doing well,” the email said. “He became nauseous and dizzy due to a flare-up of a stomach ulcer 30 minutes before landing. He is grateful for the medical staff who were there to help him.”

Tyson, 57, is said to have initially had an “apparent medical scare.” Weekly contact.

“Mike had a medical emergency on the plane and paramedics boarded,” a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to the newspaper. “Before the paramedics arrived, the flight issued an announcement requesting a doctor – the message even appeared on everyone’s screen.”

Tyson’s flight was reportedly delayed by two hours in Miami, which his representatives said was not due to the medical incident, but rather an air conditioning problem. Passengers heard an announcement asking for medical professionals about 30 minutes before the plane landed in Los Angeles. Weekly contact reported.

Passengers were delayed 25 minutes in leaving the plane due to the medical scare.

“He was in first class, but we were in an exit row and the flight attendant was very talkative. They asked us to stay on the plane and it landed so paramedics could get in,” the source said Weekly contact. “She said something like, ‘He’s a very important passenger, so we want to make sure he’s okay.’ I knew it was him, but I just said the words “Mike Tyson” and she nodded yes.

The youngest boxer to ever win a heavyweight title and one of the most dominant ever in the weight class, Tyson went 50-6-2 (44 KO) in 58 professional fights, with his last loss coming to Kevin McBride in 2005.

Paul, 27, has a 9-1 record in 10 professional boxing matches, including a first-round TKO against Ryan Bourland on March 2. The match between Paul and Tyson was about to begin Netflix‘s first live martial arts venture and third live sporting event overall made possible through a deal with Paul’s Most Valuable Promotions, according to MVP co-founder Nakisa Bidarian.

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