Mike Tyson has named a sensational three-fight hitlist he hopes to run in 2021.
The former undisputed world heavyweight champion made an astonishing return to the ring last November at the age of 54 for an eight-round bout against Roy Jones Jr.
He has since then been in talks with former rival Evander Holyfield with mixed messages over whether or not they will meet.
However, it appears Holyfield is just one of the names on Tyson’s results list.
He revealed on his Hotboxin ‘podcast, “I want Holyfield and I want Lennox Lewis this year.
“I want both, I want to have them both this year.
“I also want to frame an exhibition with Tyson Fury.
“If I do that – even though I can have these two guys [Lewis and Holyfield], I’m going to say, “It’s an envelope, I’m just going to live life.”
“And these are just exhibitions. I will beat all my real professional records with exhibitions.
Tyson and Holyfield were involved in two incredible battles in 1996 and 1997.
The first time around Holyfield shocked the world by stopping Tyson, while the second fight became known as the “ Bite Fight ” when “ Iron Mike ” was sadly disqualified for taking a piece of the ear of his rival.
Five years after this rematch, Tyson finally met Lewis in the ring.
It was the Briton who emerged victorious by knockout in the eighth round.
And now, Fury reigns as the current heavyweight champion after beating Wladimir Klitschko and Deontay Wilder.
The “ Gypsy King ” was named after Tyson and even appeared on his podcast as the two built a friendship.
There was an approach last year about their meeting at an exhibit through the ages, but it hasn’t come to fruition yet.
Fury told BT Sport last May: “I got a phone call with a chance to fight Mike Tyson. I was like, ‘What?’
“Yeah, I got a phone call saying, ‘Would you like to fight Mike Tyson in an exhibition fight?’ I was like, ‘Hell yeah!’
“But I don’t think anything came to fruition to be honest.”