BOXING legend Mike Tyson has sent social media into meltdown after he was snapped holding an industrial-sized bag of marijuana.
The 55-year-old is currently in Colorado where he is celebrating the launch of his Tyson 2.0 strain.
Tyson is a known advocate of weed, with the former world champion previously declaring he smokes £33,000 of the drug every month.
That is in addition to owning a huge weed farm in California which is believed to earn around £500,000-per-month.
And he has now teamed up with Columbia Care Inc, which owns the Green Solution dispensary chain in Colorado.
To celebrate his new project in the Centennial State, the Baddest Man on the Planet took to Instagram to show off his massive bags.
With multiple bags in the picture, Tyson captioned the photo: “Had a great time in Denver with the @itstyson20 team. This is a weeks worth.”
At the time of writing, the snap has over 600,000 likes.
Replying to the post, one user quipped: “He’s always been my favourite boxer of all time.”
Another joked: “I’m faded just looking at this.”
A third added: “New type of heavy bag.”
Meanwhile this fan stated: “I thought that was popcorn… I need to stop snacking.”
Tyson returned to the ring in November 2020 for an exhibition bout with fellow boxing great Roy Jones Jr.
Rumours have swirled over who he could face next, with Jake Paul claimed to be one option.
But SunSport have exclusively revealed how he has walked away from a fight against the YouTuber.
A source close to Tyson said: “Mike did not want to resume full-scale training to a level that the world would expect, unless he thought the money was right.
“But what seemed like a good idea at the turn of the year is now no longer a top priority.”