MIKE TYSON introduced Muhammad Ali's grandson, , to his beloved pigeons.
Muhammad Ali's grandson spent some time at Mike Tyson’s house
Iron Mike introduced Nico Ali Walsh, his beloved pigeon collection, to Iron Mike
It appears that the former champion of the world has made a new friendship with Nico Ali Walsh, the grandson of the late star.
21-year-old is already working hard to create his own legacy within the ring.
After his Las Vegas victory, he now holds a professional record of 5-0.
Walsh dominated Alejandro Ibarra with a stunning one-punch knockout at the MGM Grand's Shakur Stevenson/Oscar Valdez Undercard.
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It appears that he is now picking the brains Tyson to help him further in his quest for glory. He paid a visit at the Baddest Man on Planet's house.
Tyson was offering more than boxing advice to the prospect.
Walsh was able to meet his beloved pigeons during the well-publicized animal lover's visit.
Walsh also shared video footage showing Tyson teaching him how to hold birds in his bird loft.SUN BINGO GET PS50 BONUS & 50 FREE SPINS TODAY
Since he was nine years old, the American has been in love with birds.
He posted a video in 2020 of him relaxing and feeding his pets before his exhibition bout against Roy Jones Jr.
He's always loved pigeons and revealed that he was ten years old when he got his first punch.
In the past, he said that "The guy ripped my pigeon's head off." The pigeon was the first thing that I loved in my entire life.
"That was my first punch.
"I've loved pigeons ever since I was nine years old. They were my escape.
"I was fat, and ugly. I was constantly teased by my children. Pigeons were my only joy."