Former heavyweight champion of the world Mike Tyson as the record still stands is the youngest heavyweight champion in history.

When he knocked out Trevor Berbick in 1986 at the age of 20 years old he became the youngest heavyweight champion of the world ever recorded.

A remarkable feat when you consider how long ago it was at this stage and how athletes have gotten much stronger, faster and bigger in pro sports since then.

Particularly the heavyweight division in boxing.

32 years on and a lot has changed for Tyson now retired as an active fighter.

A career and life that is perhaps as interesting as any professional sportsman of the modern era, Tyson now spends his time as an entrepreneur in the medical marijuana business these days as well as hosting a podcast as well as other interests.

He also every now and then still shows off the old hand speed and punch technique to fans as this video shows:

Still got it.

Since his retirement from boxing he has had brief ventures into the sport as a promoter but largely he is a fan these days who provides very insightful breakdowns of the big fights when asked about the latest happenings in the sport.