Mike Tyson’s latest pre-fight training video is a 3-second clip displaying his stunning speed: ‘Don’t blink’

  • Mike Tyson's latest training video ahead of his bout against Roy Jones Jr. is just three seconds long.
  • That's all it took however for the 54-year-old to showcase his stunning speed as he unleashed a powerful four-punch combination into his trainer.
  • "Don't blink!" Rafael Cordeiro said alongside the clip he shared to his Instagram on Thursday. 
  • Tyson fights fellow all-time great Jones Jr. on November 28 in California in an unofficial exhibition bout.
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Mike Tyson has made something of a habit of posting videos of himself preparing for his return to the ring later this month, but his latest offering is his shortest yet.

The video, posted by trainer Rafael Cordeiro, is just three seconds long.

That's all it took however for the 54-year-old to showcase his stunning speed as he unleashed a powerful four-punch combination into his trainer Rafael Cordeiro. 

"Don't blink!" Cordeiro said alongside the clip he shared to his Instagram on Thursday.

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Tyson is preparing to fight Jones, 51, in an eight round exhibition at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on November 28.

While the bout will not be included on either fighters' professional record and they have been told to take it easy on one another, Tyson recently said he was preparing to "disable" his opponent on the night.

"You got Mike Tyson and Roy Jones, and I'm coming to fight, and I hope he's coming to fight. That's all you need to know," Tyson told reporters. "My objective is to go in there with the best intentions of my life to disable my opponent."

Jones says he is extremely wary of Tyson's threat.  

"The last time [someone] went in and did an 'exhibition' with Mike Tyson got dropped in the first round. If you don't know that, there's something wrong with you," he said. 

"And if you're going in the ring with the legendary Mike Tyson and think, this is an exhibition, no headgear, really? Come on, brah. Keep it real."

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