"Iron" Mike Tyson was on hand to present the inaugural AEW TNT Championship. Photos: All Elite Wrestling/Lee South.
Boxing and MMA crossed paths at a recent wrestling show, proving the world of combat sports is not restricted to one code.
Two World Champions crossed paths at AEW's Double or Nothing, and then caught up for a workout session afterwards.
Mixed martial arts World Champion Vitor “The Phenom” Belfort attended All Elite Wrestling’s Double Or Nothing pay-per-view extravaganza in Jacksonville, Florida on Saturday.
Heavyweight Boxing world champion "IRon" Mike Tyson was also at the event to present the inaugural AEW TNT Championship.
Cody Rhodes, son the wrestling legend Dusty Rhodes, took on "Murderhawk" Lance Archer for the title.
Both men gave it their all, with Rhodes pinning Archer to claim the title.
Following the show, Tyson and Belfort stayed in the area and had the opportunity to work out together.
Though the whole workout session was not captured on film, the superstars can be seen stretching before they get their sweat on.
It is quite a significant moment, as both men are the youngest male World Champions in the history of their respective sports, reports ONE Championship.
With Belfort chasing new challenges in ONE Championship now and rumors swirling about Tyson’s potential comeback, it appears as if the two icons are determined to make another run at the gold.