“I wanted to make sure that things were going to be right”
One of the most infamous moments in sports history has a happy ending.
Mike Tyson’s “Mike Bites” cannabis gummies have been a hot seller in legal states. About six weeks ago, he relayed a vision to his business partner, Chad Bronstein, of bringing Evander Holyfield into the fold for the holidays. So it was that a deal quickly came together to launch a new line of “Holy Ears” under the Tyson 2.0 umbrella.
“I wanted to make sure that things were going to be right, and I realized it was a good deal,” Holyfield told The Post.
The genesis of this unlikely partnership dates back to the two fights Tyson and Holyfield had in 1996 and ’97. Holyfield won the first by TKO in the 11th round and was controlling the second fight when Tyson surreally bit the top of his ear off.
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