Mike Tyson claims that his sciatica, a disorder that affects the nerves, is what caused him to be seen last month in a wheelchair. The former heavyweight champion is sometimes “unable to talk” as a result of the condition.

After photographs surfaced of the former heavyweight champion of the world using a wheelchair, Mike Tyson has come out to declare that he is suffering from a rare health issue known as sciatica.

Last month, photographs taken at an airport revealed that Tyson was confined to a wheelchair while also holding a walking stick, which heightened concerns about the state of his health.

During an interview with Newsmax TV earlier this month, though, Tyson attempted to dispel rumors concerning his health.

I suffer with sciatica on occasion, and it tends to flare up. When it gets bad, I can’t even talk to anyone! I give thanks to God that it is the only health issue I have. “I’m doing great now,” he proclaimed.

Sayings at my home include, “Everyone in my house is extremely blessed, and we are all very grateful for anything we have.”

This illness has an impact on the body’s nerve endings, and it appears that Tyson is suffering from issues relating to his back.

In the past month, photographs have surfaced showing the famous Mike Tyson using a wheelchair while in an airport.
In the past month, photographs have surfaced showing the famous Mike Tyson using a wheelchair while in an airport.
Many people began to worry about the boxer’s health as they observed a decline in his overall condition.
Many people began to worry about the boxer’s health as they observed a decline in his overall condition.
Iron Back issues caused “Mike,” as he was known, to call it quits in the ring in 2005 and retire from the sport.

As an American who is known to have enjoyed life to the fullest during his 56 years, there have been concerns for a long time regarding Tyson’s health.

Many people are concerned about the boxing great’s long-term health because of his struggles with substance abuse, which are compounded by his never-say-die attitude inside the ring, which allowed him to compete against some of the most prominent heavyweights of his age.