Mike Tyson smokes a joint in his chauffeured car after dinner at popular celebrity restaurant Craig’s in Hollywood – The Sun

MIKE TYSON was spotted smoking a huge joint in his chauffeured car after enjoying dinner at popular celebrity restaurant Craig's in Hollywood.

The former boxing world champion, 53, once revealed he smokes £33,000 of marijuana per month at his 40-acre weed farm Tyson Ranch.

And he was seen taking a monster puff on a joint after leaving popular hangout Craig's in Hollywood on Wednesday night.

Dressed head-to-toe in black, Tyson grinned as he strolled out of the restaurant and to his car.

After hopping in, Tyson lit up his joint and could seen through a cloud of smoke.

The former boxer – who also had a cameo in Hollywood hit The Hangover, as well as The Hangover II – has never been shy of flaunting his love of weed.

Tyson opened up a 40-acre ranch 100 miles north of Los Angeles, not far from Death Valley, to launch his company Tyson Holistic Holdings in 2016.

Around 20 acres of the land is dedicated purely to growing marijuana, with Tyson having big plans to open a factory on the premises that will make edibles.


The plot will eventually feature an amphitheatre and cultivation school, teaching potential future growers, as well as a glamping area and eSports arena.

Tyson's overall plan is to become not just a weed farmer, but become a leader in the marijuana tourism industry in what he called the "Lollapalooza of cannabis".

Even though he admitted to smoking around £33,000 of pot every month, the ex-world champ did also reveal he rakes in monthly profits of around £400,000.

Despite his turbulent past, including a spell in prison for rape and biting off a chunk of Evander Holyfield's ear, Tyson recently revealed he is a changed man.

Speaking on his podcast, joined by boxing great Sugar Ray Leonard, Tyson claimed: "I know the art of fighting, I know the art of war.

"That's why I'm so feared. That's why they feared me when I was in the ring 'cause I was an annihilator. I was born for it.

“Now those days are gone. I'm empty. I'm nothing. I'm working on being the art of humbleness.

“That's the reason why I'm crying, 'cause I'm not that person no more and I miss him."

Tyson still stands as the youngest heavyweight world champion in history, after he thrashed Trevor Berbick in 1986 aged 20 years and four months.

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