Mike Tyson Partners With Holyfield For Ear-Shaped 420 Edibles

Mike Tyson and Holyfield launch THC edible line

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Legendary boxers Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield have teamed up to launch a line of THC and Delta-8 THC edibles through TYSON 2.0, a cannabis company owned by the new Carma Holdings.

The line, called Holy Ears, will launch in the U.S. in November; but the Company already preparing for international expansion, Chad said Bronstein, Chairman of Carma Holdings and Co-Founder and Chairman of TYSON 2.0, in an exclusive conversation with El Planteo.

"Evander is now part of the TYSON 2.0 family," Bronstein said.

For those wondering how this happened, given that Tyson ripped a piece of Holyfield's ear in the third round of his infamous rematch of Heavyweight in June 1997, it seems that boxers made peace shortly after the game. accident.

"We made peace years ago. I really respect Evander," Tyson told El I propose.

However, Holyfield was not involved in the release of Mike Bites, the first line of edible ears released by TYSON 2.0. He wasn't either. excited.

"It didn't work at first. I think Holyfield thought he came from a place disrespectful," Tyson revealed. "However, his son explained that we were not being disrespectful and understood. And now we're all together."

As TYSON's best-selling Mike Bites 2.0, Holy Ears is all natural, Vegan and gluten-free.

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