Get ready, boxing fans, as we have a potential blockbuster on our hands, albeit, both legends who could enter the ring are a little past their primes.
On Tuesday night, former boxing superstar Iron Mike Tyson, 54, told TMZ Sports that he will fight Lennox Lewis, another former heavyweight champion, in September.
In November, Tyson came out of retirement to fight Roy Jones Jr. to a draw, although I would argue Iron Mike was the winner.
Tyson's performance was so spectacular, with a few big flashes of the punching power that made Tyson a legend, that fans are eager to see him return to the ring.
Lewis, who battered Tyson in a 2002 knockout that was one for the ages, and a fight I will always remember as it was years in the making, now appears to be the goal.
Tyson made his announcement, oddly enough, in a surprise interview outside a restaurant, so it seems, at least for now, nothing is official just yet.
This supposed news is going to anger former champ Evander Holyfield, who had twice defeated Tyson in the mid-90s in what were truly epic bouts for the history books, and had hoped to be the next opponent.
Instead, Holyfield appears to be settling for a June 5 fight against Kevin McBride, who beat Tyson in 2005.