During an appearance on the Joe Rogan podcast, boxing legend Mike Tyson claimed that the world’s elite class hunts homeless people for sport, a conspiracy theory that closely resembles the plot of 1997 film “The Pest” — based on the classic 1924 Richard Connell short story “The Most Dangerous Game.”
With that said, Tyson’s theory is nothing new, and as he says, it’s not ouside the realm of possibility. It’s also important to note that Tyson and Rogan were smoking a ton of marijuana during their conspiracy talks, but maybe the boxer is licking the psychedelic toad way too much.
“Whatever you think a human did to another human being – it happened. Whatever it is, it happened,” Tyson said. “These people own these thousands of acres and nothing grows on ’em.
“This is what happens: they take these homeless people off the streets. Put ’em in there, take them to one of those special hospitals. [Then], they take them from the hospital, all drugged up, take ’em to these large estates, property – ‘let’s hunt’ – Run!”
Tyson explains why rich people hunt vagrants
Tyson, 55, went on to explain that foxes are the toughest animal to hunt because they are the most reasonable animal. He believes rich hunters want to push boundaries to see how reasonable humans are compared to the fox.
“Fox is the only one that backs tracks,” Tyson said. “That’s the only challenging chase, everything else is too easy. So now, they say ‘well the fox is the most reasonable animal, let’s try a human animal, see how reasonable he is.'”