Mike Tyson claims he would be ready to box anyone with just 30 days of prep

Legendary boxer Mike Tyson was really a freak of nature back in the day.

With 44 knockouts and 50 total wins, he was arguably the scariest boxer in the world.

Even though he has been officially retired since 2006, The ‘Iron’ Mike recently made an exhibition comeback.

In a highly-anticipated return to the ring, Tyson faced fellow boxing legend Roy Jones Jr, and boxed to a draw over the course of eight rounds.

Tyson has stayed in shape since, making the fans question if he would make another return to the ring.

“I’m not going to underestimate them either but I’m going to be in shape, that’s the thing you’ve got to do is be in shape.”

“I think 30 days of boxing I could fight anybody, 30 days of boxing every day. If I’m boxing every day in the gym I don’t have to worry about my diet, I’ll eat whatever I want.”

The former Undisputed Heavyweight champion has hinted that he’s in talks for another exhibition bout. Tyson seems to be most interested in old rivals, and would rather not get into it with the Paul brothers unless the money makes sense.

Considering Holyfield had suffered a devastating KO loss to Vitor Belfort, a bout between him and Tyson is on the rocks.

YouTubers-turned boxers Jake and Logan Paul also revealed that they’re interested in boxing the old legend.

“I’ll beat their f***ing ass, I’m coming straight at ’em,” Tyson said.

Besides the knockouts, Tyson also holds the record as the youngest heavyweight champion in history, winning the WBC title at the age of 20 in 1987.

The Brooklyn native boxed professionally from 1985 to 2006, winning 50 of his 56 bouts with two no-contests.