Former heavyweight world champion Mike Tyson once stormed into Donald Trump’s office and shouted, ‘are you f*****g my wife?’
The intense encounter is covered in Tim O’Brien’s book ‘TrumpNation: The Art of Being the Donald’, which looks into the life of the businessman-turned-President.
According to the book, as per The Sun, the boxer said: "Could I ask you, are you f***ing my wife?"
O’Brien then quotes Trump as saying after the meeting: "Now, if I froze, I’m dead… you would have zero chance.
"Here’s the heavyweight champion of the world, and he’s a solid piece of f*****g armour."
Tyson was referring to Robin Givens, his wife from 1988 to 1989.
It is not known what the US President’s actual response was, but there has been no reported scuffle and the public relationship between the pair now seems to be good.
When Tyson posted a video of himself training back in May, Trump responded by saying: "Keep punching, Mike."
The pair have a long history together since Trump organised Tyson’s fight against the undefeated Michael Spinks in June 1988.
Tyson won the bout via first-round KO, making him the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.
Trump then became the fighter’s chief advisor in the following month, a deal which was short-lived but created multiple global headlines.
Tyson is now married to Lakiha Spicer and the couple have two children together.
He’s currently preparing to return to the ring, this time in a potential charity match against another famous fighter.
One former rival that could face him is Evander Holyfield. They’re both in their 50s, but the fight would be a massive draw considering their two bouts back in the 1990s were some of the biggest in heavyweight boxing history.
Holyfield has also posted an Instagram video of his return to the gym, increasing rumours that the pair might finally meet in the ring for a third time.
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