Mike Tyson infamously bit a bit out of Evander Holyfield’s ear within the 1997 WBA Heavyweight Championship struggle. However now the 2 former opponents have joined to promote marijuana gummi candies formed like ears with bites out of them. The candies are known as Mike Bites, they usually’re a part of what Tyson’s marijuana product firm, Tyson 2.0, has dubbed the “Holy Ears” assortment.
On Monday, the corporate launched a holiday-themed video that includes the 2 males (carrying vacation sweaters, nonetheless) selling the marijuana sweet. The edibles aren’t new —— however they’re now accessible at many extra shops and in lots of extra states.
Again in March, Holyfield wasn’t speaking in regards to the candies and it was unclear how he was concerned. Now, he appears all in.
Within the video, Holyfield items Tyson an iron, saying, “I am glad we ironed issues out.”
Then, Tyson fingers Holyfield a present, which seems to be a package deal of the gummi candies, in cherry pie punch taste. The 2 then argue about whether or not Holyfield’s ear actually tastes like that, with Tyson saying, “I ate your ear, I ought to know!”
Tyson 2.Zero merchandise can be found at a wide range of marijuana retailers, with a location guide on the company site.
After Tyson bit Holyfield’s ear within the 1997 struggle, the match was resumed, and shortly after, Tyson bit Holyfield’s different ear. Tyson was disqualified, his boxing license was revoked and he was fined greater than $three million.
“Hashish has at all times performed an vital function in my life,” Tyson says on the corporate web site. “Hashish has modified me for the great each mentally and bodily, and I wish to share that present with others who’re additionally in search of reduction.”