Is Mike Tyson returning to Glory or Disaster?
Iron Mike Tyson is considered one of the best heavyweights of all time. Now, at age 53 turning 54, he is plotting his return to boxing. The burning question every sports enthusiast is trying to answer is, is Mike Tyson returning to glory or disaster? Using his 365 Pin Code we provide you with a detailed, numerical intelligence driven answer. Prepare yourself to be well and truly shocked by the results.
Michael Gerard Tyson, Iron Mike Tyson (born June 30, 1966) is an American professional boxer who competed from 1985 to 2005. He reigned as the undisputed world heavyweight champion and holds the record as the youngest boxer to win a heavyweight title, at 20 years, four months, and 22 days old. Tyson won his first 19 professional fights by knockout, 12 of them in the first round. He won the WBC title in 1986 after stopping Trevor Berbick in the second round and added the WBA and IBF titles after defeating James Smith and Tony Tucker in 1987. This made Tyson the first heavyweight boxer to simultaneously hold the WBA, WBC and IBF titles, and the only heavyweight to successively unify them.
Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated writes: “The Internet was ablaze last week after a video emerged of a 53-year-old Mike Tyson looking in shape and sharp working the pads with a former trainer. Almost immediately offers for Tyson, who has been retired since 2005, to return came in from everywhere. An Australian promoter offered Tyson $1 million to travel there. Bare-knuckle Boxing said it would pay $20 million. Even Evander Holyfield took to social media to clamour for a third fight with Iron Mike. Oscar de la Hoya declared that if he trained properly, Tyson could defeat any of the current heavyweights. If Tyson wants to return for an exhibition match, more power to him. He’s still an enormously popular figure in the boxing community. A match with the 57-year-old Holyfield is morbidly interesting, provided both wear headgear and whack away to each other with 16-ounce gloves. But the idea that Tyson could come back and win a meaningful fight is ridiculous. Rewind the tape to the end to 2004, when Tyson was knocked out by Danny Williams to two thousand five when he was battered, broken and ultimately retired by Kevin McBride, that Tyson was a shell of his former intimidating self. We’re supposed to believe a 50 plus year old version will be better? By all means, make a buck in an exhibition match. But a return to the ring against a real heavyweight is a recipe for disaster.”
Nasir Jabbar of Sport Bible writes: “British heavyweight Dave Allen doesn’t want to see Mike Tyson box again and insists he’d beat the returning boxing legend. Tyson, 53, is set for a sensational ring return when he laces up the gloves again for an exhibition bout. But his proposed comeback has divided opinion among the fight community, with some people feeling he shouldn’t come out of retirement including Allen who believes ‘Iron’ Mike’s comeback should NOT happen. The 28-year-old Doncaster fighter reckons he’d beat the former heavyweight world champion in a frank assessment of the American’s boxing plans. “A lot of people would laugh at this, but this is the facts – I would beat a 53-year-old Mike Tyson,” he told talkSPORT. “And that is the saddest thing any boxing fan wants to hear. For that reason alone, he should never box again.” He added: “I think fighting’s a young man’s game. I’m 28 years old, I’ve had a lot of hard fights and people are saying to me, ‘David, you’re coming to the end of your career now. I’ve talked to people saying I should stop before because I’ve had some hard fights. People see him on the pads, a little minute clip, and say, ‘Oh he could come back and beat everybody.” Allen’s bold claim about Tyson sent social media wild.
Iron Mike’s 365 Pin Code numbers will reveal much
Whilst the above opinion does send a stern warning to Tyson, many still believe that he could return and do the impossible, some even touting that he could beat the current world heavyweight champs. This begs the question posed by this research piece, is Mike Tyson returning to glory or disaster? One of the best ways to answer this question, is to unpack and analyse Iron Mike’s 365 Pin Code, because numbers never lie and within his most core numbers, we’ll be able to see what 2020 and the years beyond, have in store for him. Before we get into his numbers, we have to draw to your attention that 2020 is a Number 4 Universal Year [2020 = 2+0+2+0 = 4]. What our many numerology research case studies have revealed, is that where the numbers in a person’s numerology chart (e.g. Life Path, Sun Number, Birth DD, Birth MM, Birth YY, Expression Number, Karmic Lesson etc.) match the universal year number (which in 2020 is a 4), much happens, guaranteed.
So, is Mike Tyson returning to Glory or Disaster? To answer this let’s turn to what his 365 Pin Code Numerology numbers reveal, with numerology number 4 as a specific focal investigative point?
Table 1: 365 Pin Code Numerology numbers for Mike Tyson born 30.06.1966
Table 2: 365 Pin Code Numerology numbers for Mike Tyson born 30.06.1966 contd.
From the above two tables, we see that Mike Tyson has the number 4 appearing six times, as his:
- Life Path Number [DOB is 30.06.1966 = 30+6+1966 = 2002 = 2+0+0+2 = 4]
- World or Career Number [Birth YYYY = 1966 = 1+9+6+6 = 22 = 2+2 = 4; 22//4 The Master Builder]
- Personal (as in physical) Year Number [40//13//4]
- Shadow (as in emotional) Year Number [13//4]
- Harvest Cycle Number [HC lasts from age 60 to Death; yet to begin] 22//4 [The Master Builder]
- Balance Number [MGT = 4+7+2 = 13 = 1+3 = 4; 13//4]
The fact that Mike Tyson has a Number 4 life path (this is THE most important number in a study subject’s numerology profile) and a Number 4 World or Career Number (also a very important number in a study subject’s numerology profile) tells much. Both align or synch perfectly with the number 4 of 2020. This is massively significant and explains why there is this sudden desire and focus within Tyson to get back to work, to get back into the ring, to make things happen again, career wise. No random coincidence this; it is the number 4 energy (work, discipline, back-to-basics, back-to-earth, focus, justice, law and order, persistence, no short-cuts to success approach) pushing his buttons in a big way, and, Iron Mike is responding! Now that we have established why 2020 is going to be “THE year” when he returns, what needs answering is, is Mike Tyson returning to Glory or Disaster?
365 Pin Code Predictive Modelling is pure genius Performance Intelligence wise
To answer this question, we turn to our 365 Pin Code Predictive Model which delivers lines of experiential code in 4D, personal physical, personal emotional, professional physical, professional emotional. Below is a data table generated from this model. This table belongs to Michael Gerard Tyson born on the 30th of June 1966. It is created by using many critically important numbers sourced directly from Tyson’s Date of Birth [DOB], Full Birth Name [FBN] and Other Data Sources [ODS]. The model delivers lines of code (what we call Annual Experience Numbers; AENs) which as per our exhaustive Applied Numerology Research have been proven to be bulls-eye accurate. We accurately predicted early on (i.e. well before the knock-out games started) that against all the odds, the South African rugby side, the Springboks, would win the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, and that they’d meet England in the final: Springbok RWC 2019 case study, case in point; Rassie Erasmus’s 2019 numbers were always golden!).
365 Pin Code Table of Annual Experience Numbers [AENs] for Mike Tyson with specific reference to 2020
Unpacking Mike Tyson’s 2020 – Good Times!
Mike Tyson’s 2020 line of 365 pin Code [driven by Red AEN 5; more precisely 23//5; remember, the Number 5 links with change, adrenaline, adventure, personal freedom, adaptability, pushing boundaries etc.] reads:
This code tells us he is in a Number 4 personal year [as in work, focus, discipline, a well-planned and systemic approach to creating success etc.], a Number 4 shadow personal year, a Number 11//2 professional year [as in developing or nurturing a new vision] and a Number 6 shadow professional years [as in responsibility]. Given Tyson’s Number 4 lifepath number, career number and balance number, this coding is most favourable for him. Therefore, the conclusion can be drawn that 2020 should by all accounts be a very good year for Mike Tyson and so his comeback, or should we more precisely say the initial stages of his comeback, look very positive, performance wise. You can expect Iron Mike Tyson to win during 2020 and to win convincingly at that.
Unpacking Mike Tyson’s 2021 and beyond – Severe Warnings Issued!
Tyson’s 2021 line of 365 pin Code [still driven by Red AEN 5; 23//5] reads:
After a hugely successful 2020 (due to all the 4’s lining up so favourably for him) this is where the real concern lies. In 2021, Tyson enters a year which sees his Number 5 personal year, Number 5 shadow personal year and Number 5 AEN, all align (see the 3 x Red 5’s above). The danger of all these 5’s presenting the way they are, is that this could be the year when he fatefully throws caution to the wind, and “mentally-drunk” from the success and glory and hype around him, throws caution to the winds and goes all in, boxing and lifestyle wise. Whenever AEN driven personal physical and personal emotional dualities like this present themselves, we at 365 Pin Code issue a severe risk warning to the client around the given number in play. In Tyson’s case, the risk posing number is 5 which links with adrenaline, pushing boundaries, adventure, the human experience as lived through the 5-senses etc. This dramatic risk posing year in Mike Tyson’s numbers should not be taken lightly, and we believe, should be sending a powerful professional and lifestyle (!!) message to him to not be stupid, to not live it up and to not get in to the ring with young, hungry, ruthless boxers who would love nothing more than to go down in history as being “the one” who gave champ Iron Mike Tyson the most severe beating of his life.
If he does choose to throw caution to the winds and believes he can beat the young heavyweight top-guns of this world, what happens in 2021 could be so severe that it impacts massively on him family wise and emotion wise in 2022, hence the two red blocks linking the double 6’s. The double 7’s which follow in 2023 are linked with backing number 16//7. This invariably implies significant losses on both a material and relationship / family level. If experienced, these multiple losses would see 2023 turn into a year of much personal emotional despair (the 1 and the 6) and desperately seeking for answers (the 7).
Iron Mike Tyson must Adopt a Precautionary Approach
The original question posed was, Is Mike Tyson returning to Glory or Disaster? No matter how we look at this, the numbers reveal that the risks are just not worth it. The real answers lie in the choices he makes as of now. If he goes all in, as we suspect he may do, this return to boxing heralds nothing but disaster. Be sensible Mike Tyson, your 365 Pin Code numerology numbers are signalling the warning, many times over in 2021, 2022 and 2023! Enjoy the glitz, the glamour and the glory which will come your way during 2020 exhibition fight wise, but beyond that, if your life is not lived around a precautionary approach, lies much personal physical and emotional devastation. Its just not worth it Mike, quit while you are still ahead and a living, consciously engaged legend.
Not convinced that the Above Numbers for Tyson are Accurate? Think again!
And if you’re not sure that these numbers are accurate, then let’s retrace Mike Tyson’s numbers all the way back to 1986, the year he won a heavyweight title, at just 20 years, four months, and 22 days old, making him the youngest boxer ever to do this.
365 Pin Code Table of Annual Experience Numbers [AENs] for Mike Tyson with specific reference to 1986
See the string of RED Numbers? As explained above, these are Tyson’s 365 Pin Code Annual Experience Numbers. They define the dominant theme of that year of his life path. In 1986, his AEN is 22//4 which synchs perfectly with the year he was born in [1966 = 1+9+6+6 = 22 = 2+2 = 4; 22//4]; this, as per 365 Pin Code Numerology, is Tyson’s World or Career Number. And, in the string of code for 1986, can you see the red block linking the 13//4 and 22//4? That is Iron Mike’s professional physical code and it signals the number 4, occurring twice in the same year, professionally. Dualities like this reveal so much to the astute numerologist; it’s sequences like this which make us sit bolt upright and pay attention because they’re indicating something very significant. This 4 on 4 duality brings life path significance (remember Tyson has a No 4 life path) as well as career significance into frame. Given this, from his numbers we know that 1986 was always been coded for something dramatic career wise, and in keeping with this dramatic numerology number sequence, it did, he became the heavyweight boxing champion of the world. Tyson won the WBC title in 1986 after stopping Trevor Berbick in the second round (see above Youtube video).