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Mike Tyson News: Mike Tyson public workout pictures

Posted on Wednesday, August 30, 2006 @ 21:13:26 UTC by tysonian

Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson spars with his trainer Jeff Fenech during the first workout of a boxing exhibition Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006, at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas. Tyson said that he is not planning a comeback, and that he is just working out. Tyson will have open workouts at the Aladdin everyday, except Sundays, for the next four weeks.

Update: The schedule of events is: Wednesday, August 30 ?? Wednesday, September 27
Daily: Monday ?? Saturday (dark Sundays)
11:00 a.m. ?? 1:00 p.m.
Mezzanine Level
Admission is free and open to the public

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A poster is seen during former heaveyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson's training exhibition at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006. Tyson says he is not planning a comeback. (AP Photo/Marlene Karas)


Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson makes his way through the crowd after a training exhibition in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006. Tyson said he is not planning a comeback, that he is just working out. (AP Photo/Marlene Karas)


Trainer Jeff Fenech helps to stretch out former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson during a public workout at a casino in Las Vegas, Nevada August 30, 2006. (Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus)


Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson gets a drink of water from trainer Jeff Fenech during a training exhibition, Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006, at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas. Tyson says he is not planning a comeback, and that he is just working out. (AP Photo/Marlene Karas)

Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson (R) talks with trainer Jeff Fenech during a public workout at the Aladdin casino in Las Vegas, Nevada August 30, 2006. Tyson will have open workouts at the Aladdin everyday, except Sundays, for the next four weeks but says he is not planning a comeback. (Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus)


Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson, right, spars with his trainer Jeff Fenech during the first workout of a boxing exhibition Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006, at the Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas. Tyson said that he is not planning a comeback, and that he is just working out. (AP Photo/Marlene Karas)


Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson spars during a training exhibition in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006. Tyson says he is not making a comeback, just training. (AP Photo/Marlene Karas)



Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson attends a public workout at the Aladdin casino in Las Vegas August 30, 2006. Tyson will have open workouts at the Aladdin everyday, except Sundays, for the next four weeks but says he is not planning a comeback. (Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus)

Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson gives a thumbs-up during a public workout at the Aladdin casino August 30, 2006. Tyson will have open workouts at the Aladdin everyday, except Sundays, for the next four weeks but says he is not planning a comeback. (Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus)


Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson smiles during a public workout at the Aladdin casino August 30, 2006. Tyson will have open workouts at the Aladdin everyday, except Sundays, for the next four weeks but says he is not planning a comeback. (Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus)


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