Mike Tyson is opening up his own 40 Acre Ranch Filled with Marijuana, details here!
Since the legalization of Marijuana many states, Celebrities are starting to see the benefits of investing and are partaking on the legalization of the medicine. Mike Tyson is one of the new comers to join the Marijuana coalition and is starting his own Ranch filled with Cannabis. Mike has invested over 20 million dollars into the place and will sit on over 40 acres of land. The Ranch has already begun developing with the Former Champ and his team which is set in a remote town near Death Valley and will span over 40 acres.20 Acres will be used for Mike Tyson's cultivation of the Marijuana while the other half will still be used for basic farming.
The Daily Record reports, "It will also have a Tyson Cultivation School to teach dope farmers how to develop and perfect their own strains, a luxury “glamping” campground with cabins, and an amphitheatre." Mike also plans to help study the effects of Medical marijuana more by contributing their time and efforts into the medical marijuana community. Tyson's ranch will also be provided as a tourist attraction with heightened security and possible tours that will be coming to the ranch. This will also generate revenue for Tyson and his team and is making Cannabis history in California.
A 1998 ranking of "The Greatest Heavyweights of All-Time" by Ring magazine placed Tyson at No.14 on the list.] Despite criticism of facing underwhelming competition during his run as champion, Tyson's knockout power and intimidation factor made him the sport's most dynamic box office attraction. According to Douglas Quenqua of The New York Times, "The [1990s] began with Mike Tyson, considered by many to be the last great heavyweight champion, losing his title to the little-known Buster Douglas. Seven years later, Mr. Tyson bit Evander Holyfield's ear in a heavyweight champion bout — hardly a proud moment for the sport."In Ring Magazine's list of the 80 Best Fighters of the Last 80 Years, released in 2002, Tyson was ranked at No. 72.He is ranked No. 16 on Ring Magazine's 2003 list of 100 greatest punchers of all time.On June 12, 2011, Tyson was inducted to the International Boxing Hall of Fame alongside legendary Mexican champion Julio César Chávez, light welterweight champion Kostya Tszyu, and actor/screenwriter Sylvester Stallone.