Mike Tyson has outlined his grand plan to fight three legends of the sport before walking away to enjoy his life.
The legendary American heavyweight made his comeback in an exhibition draw against Roy Jones Jr last November in a bout that generated £58million in pay-per-view buys.
And the 54-year-old has a taste for the sweet science again, revealing who he wants to step inside the ring with before he hangs his gloves up for good.
Mike Tyson fought to a draw with Roy Jones Jr last year and is keen for more exhibitions
Tyson wants to take on Lennox Lewis (centre) and Evander Holyfield (right) this year
'I want Holyfield and I want Lennox Lewis this year,’ he revealed on his Hotboxin’ Podcast.
‘I want both of them, I want to get them both this year. I also want to box an exhibition with Tyson Fury.
‘If I do that – even if I can get those two guys [Lewis and Holyfield], I’ll say, “This is a wrap, I’m just gonna live life.”
'And that’s just exhibitions. I’m gonna break all my professional true records with exhibitions.’
Holyfield defeated Tyson twice and a contract for a third fight is yet to be agreed
Tyson clearly is motivated by exacting revenge over Holyfield and Lewis, both of whom defeated him.
Holyfield stopped Tyson in the 11th round of their 1996 encounter and the infamous rematch in June the following year saw Tyson disqualified for biting his opponent's ear.
Tyson vs Lewis took place in 2002 and the British Canadian defended his WBC, IBF, IBO and Ring titles with an eighth round KO.
In terms of a money-spinning exhibition with Tyson Fury, it remains to be seen how serious that match-up could be.
The 'Gypsy King' is preparing to face Anthony Joshua in one of the most anticipated heavyweight showdowns of all time having agreed a two-fight deal.
Tyson Fury is preparing for his huge contests with Anthony Joshua later this year