Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield return to the ring to jointly work on ear-shaped cannabis edibles


Mike Tyson said Monday he’s reuniting with Evander Holyfield to work on cannabis products including Holy Ears, an edible shaped like Holyfield’s ear after Tyson bit off a piece of it in a 1997 fight. Tyson’s cannabis company Tyson 2.0 already sells ear-shaped Mike Bites. The pair of ex-fighters said they would unite under the recently-formed Tyson 2.0 parent company called Carma Holdings to sell Holy Ears THC and Delta 8 infused edibles this month in Verano VRNO, +7.21% VRNOF, +7.76% stores in Arizona, Illinois, Nevada and New Jersey.

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