Mike Tyson dresses up in giant bumblebee suit – leaving him “feeling beautiful”

Boxing legend Mike Tyson has the internet buzzing after appearing on the Jimmy Kimmel Show adorably dressed as a giant bumblebee.

Muhammad Ali might famously sting like a bee, but 'Iron Mike' proved he can sing like one, humming the words "I'm feeling beautiful," while joyously wiggling his bee-hind around – apparently as a present for Kimmel.

The 55-year-old, who looks to be living his best life, posted the short clip on his Instagram page, tagging the American talk show host, and adding the caption: "It's none of your beeznus." Despite being nicknamed 'the Baddest Man on the Planet', Tyson pulls off 'cute' remarkably well and social media couldn't get enough of his hilarious bee-haviour.

"This has got to be one of the greatest videos on the internet," one of Tyson's followers wrote.

"Dance like a butterfly, sting like a bee! How can you not love Mike Tyson? What a legend," said another, while a third posted: "Imagine him knocking someone out in that suit hahah."

"Mike in his element and I'm so happy about," a fourth commented.

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Tyson became the youngest world heavyweight champion of all time aged just 20 back in 1986, striking fear into the hearts of his opponents with his savagely boxing style. He beaten for the first time ever by Buster Douglas in one of most shocking upsets in sporting history in 1990, after which his career took a turn for the worse.

Two years later he was convicted of rape and sentenced to six years in prison, though was released on parole after just three. From there he won two of his four heavyweight titles back, but was then beaten for the second time in his career by Evander Holyfield.

In their rematch, Tyson infamously bit a chunk of Holyfield's ear off, for which his was disqualified. His last heavyweight title fight came in 2002 against British champion Lennox Lewis, with Lewis knocking Tyson out in the eighth round.

Tyson officially retired three years later, though made a sensational return to the ring in 2020 to face Roy Jones Jr in an exhibition bout.

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