In his first 50 professional fights, undisputed world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson was only knocked down once – a stunner to Buster Douglas back in 1990 – but the boxer once known as “Kid Dynamite” may have met an even greater rival than Evander Holyfield: a hoverboard.
Trying out a new hoverboard at home, the 50-6-2 boxing legend and entertainment icon tried out a new hoverboard but struggles to maintain his balance. After traveling just a few feet on the device, Tyson loses his balance and falls flat on his back in arguably one of the most hilarious falls of 2015.
Tyson was the undisputed world heavyweight boxing champion from 1987 to 1990, losing the title belt to Buster Douglas in Japan. He was also the youngest heavyweight champion in history, winning the WBC title in 1986 when he was just 20 years old.
Infamously, Tyson bit the ear of world champion Evander Holyfield in their rematch in 1996, earning a ban from boxing and never winning the world title ever again.
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