MIKE TYSON'S ear-shaped weed edible gummies have been banned in the US state of Colorado.
The cannabis edibles are shaped like an ear in homage to Iron Mike's infamous 1997 chomp on Evander Holyfield.
The product, named "Mike Bites" has already been rolled out in California, with plans to spread it across the US.
But they won't be coming to Colorado in their current form any time soon.
Colorado possesses a law BANNING marijuana edibles from being shaped like humans.
This law was introduced in 2016 amid fears that such shaped edibles could get kids hooked on marijuana.
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According to Westword, Mike Bites will be introduced in Colorado in the shape of a "T" instead.
The vegan product is expected to be sold by Colorado recreational dispensaries by the end of this summer.
Tyson, 55, has has been selling cannabis products since 2016 through his Tyson Holistic label.
As of last year, Iron Mike was believed to earn around £500,000-per-month through his business that offers premium marijuana strains, edibles and extracts, and that's just the tip of the iceberg.
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Tyson is building a 418-acre weed-themed holiday resort he hopes will be home to a music festival to rival Coachella, as well as the world's longest lazy river.
And aside from a luxury hotel and the lure of 'glamping' tents, there will be a Tyson University on site that will aim to teach cannabis cultivation tips to wannabe farmers.
Since his initial venture, he has launched his Tyson 2.0 brand – which is responsible for Mike Bites.
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