Donald Trump, The Rock and Khabib react to Mike Tyson’s stunning boxing training footage as 53-year-old shows off speed

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MIKE TYSON showed off his unbelievable speed and power in a training video posted to his Instagram account over the weekend, making a number of high-profile figures take notice.

The likes of Dwayne Johnson, Khabib Nurmagomedov and even US president Donald Trump took to their own social medias to admire the 53-year-old’s evergreen ability.

Tyson showed off his remarkable speed at 53
The American was once the most feared heavyweight in the world
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Tyson captioned the post with the hashtag “#stillthebaddestmanontheplanet”.

And WWE legend/turned Hollywood superstar Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson certainly felt inspired.

He commented: “My brother you got me ready to run thru a MF wall now. To the gym I go”.

While UFC lightweight champ Khabib added: “Can’t believe, this is another level.”

Even US president Donald Trump, who you’d imagine would be quite occupied by other things at the moment, got in on the act.

He enthusiastically tweeted from Washington DC: “Keep punching Mike!”

Actor John Boyega was in awe: “Sheesh”.

While 16-year-old breakthrough tennis sensation Coco Gauff, who was a one-year-old last time Tyson entered the ring, added: “Unbelievable.”

Henry Cejudo, set to take part in the upcoming UFC 249, responded: “You the best uncle @miketyson”.

And even Lindsay Lohan praised his handiwork, commenting: “Get it my friend.”

Former UFC welterweight champ Tyron Woodley was pumped: “Got us out our seat!!! F*** it I’m booking a fight today! @miketyson anybody can get it!”


Tyson announced his return to boxing last month, claiming he was in the best shape of his life.

His return will consist of four-round bouts with proceeds going to charity.

He last fought aged 38 back in 2005, when he was defeated by Kevin McBride.