George Foreman pinpoints weakness in Mike Tyson punching technique ahead of comeback against Roy Jones Jr

GEORGE FOREMAN pinpointed a weakness in Mike Tyson's right leg ahead of his comeback bout against Roy Jones Jr.

Tyson, 54, has been gearing up to make a sensational return to the ring, 15 years since his last fight.


Before announcing he had signed to face former four-division champion Jones, 51, Iron Mike posted a series of viral training clips.

Tyson appears to show off his trademark speed and heavy hands – but Foreman noticed a problem with the power generated in his right leg.

He told TMZ: "He only see what he want to see. We are only looking at what he wants us to see.

"Maybe a few minutes later when he gets up out the bed he gets dizzy and falls on the floor or your leg pops out.

"That right leg that he was trying to throw, the right hand I noticed it didn’t move with the right hand, it kind of stayed there.

"The left leg moved OK. I watch everything."


Tyson will box Jones on September 12 in California.

The winner may only be determined via stoppage – despite the pair being advised not to aim for a knockout.

It has emerged the fight will also be stopped if either receives a cut. 

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