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    Iron Mike’s Ulcer Uppercut: Tyson Delays Jake Paul Fight with Medical Mystery

    Boxing legend Mike Tyson has strategically postponed his highly-anticipated match against YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul by deploying his latest secret weapon: an impeccably-timed ulcer flare-up.

    Tyson, 57, known for his ferocious fighting style and controversial past, has once again proven that he’s not just a master in the ring but also a grand strategist outside of it. Earlier this week, during a routine flight from Miami to Los Angeles, Tyson experienced an ulcer flare-up that conveniently resulted in nausea and dizziness just 30 minutes before landing. This unforeseen medical episode has led to the postponement of the match, much to the chagrin of eager fans and Netflix subscribers.

    “I want to thank my fans around the world for their support and understanding during this time,”

    Tyson said in a statement.

    “Unfortunately, due to my ulcer flare-up, I have been advised by my doctor to lighten my training for a few weeks to rest and recover. My body is in better overall shape than it has been since the 1990s, and I will be back to my full training schedule soon. Jake Paul, this may have bought you some time, but in the end, you will still be knocked out and out of boxing for good. I appreciate everyone’s patience and can’t wait to deliver an unforgettable performance later this year.”

    Jake Paul, who only started boxing in 2018 after achieving social media stardom, has graciously agreed to the postponement.

    “I fully support postponing the event so Mike Tyson has no excuses come fight night,” Paul declared.

    The bout, initially scheduled for July 20 at the 80,000-seat capacity AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, is now on hold, with a new date to be announced on June 7. This gives both fighters extra time to prepare for the clash of the titans, which promises to be one for the ages.

    Paul’s fans are ecstatic at the prospect of their hero potentially getting more time to avoid a swift knockout, while Tyson’s supporters are amused by his continued display of tactical genius. After all, this is the man who once bit off part of Evander Holyfield’s ear and now, years later, uses his gastrointestinal system as a delay tactic.

    Tyson’s representative shared with CNN that the boxer is

    “appreciative to the medical staff that were there to help him,”

    but the real appreciation might be for the perfect timing of his condition. Who knew that an ulcer could play such a pivotal role in the world of professional boxing?

    As Tyson, who will turn 58 at the end of June, continues his unique training regime—including giving up both sex and marijuana—he’s shown off a chiseled physique in several TV appearances, insisting he’s still a match for the 27-year-old Paul. One wonders if the next phase of his training will include managing acid reflux and perhaps a strategic sprained ankle.

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