MIKE TYSON is giving fans the chance to join him in one of his training sessions... for £32,000.
Iron Mike, 53, recently announced he is making an incredible comeback in a series of exhibition bouts for charity.
The boxing legend shared two clips of himself in action, showing his his explosive speed and power, despite his age.
And now Tyson is offering his fans the chance to come and join him in a three-hour training session.
Tyson started an auction to allow fans the opportunity to bid for the honour.
The auction has so far already reached an eye-watering £15,529 in its first week and is expected to reach £32,000 by the time it comes to a close on May 27.
For the astronomical fee, the lucky winner can bring a friend for a two-to-three hour private meet-and-greet.
Within that, they can take a photo with the Champ and get something small autographed by the man himself.
Lunch is also included, as well as a boxing glove and T-shirt to be sent 30 days after the experience.
It's thought the winner will be able to claim their prize somewhere in 2021 - with dates to be confirmed at a later stage.
Earlier this week, it was confirmed Tyson would take on Shannon Briggs - with the pair having a combined age of 101.
Briggs revealed "it's official", while a trilogy fight against old foe Evander Holyfield could also be on the cards.
FIGHT FOR THE AGESHow heavyweights Tyson and Briggs compare with combined age of 101
GLOVES ARE OFFJoshua opponent Pulev's stunning ex Andrea accuses him of cheating
THE REAL DEALHolyfield warns Tyson he won't settle for any nonsense in exhibition fight
MIKE DROPMike Tyson recalls prison visit from Tupac and hitting a fellow inmate
'PART 2'McGregor 'excited' for Mayweather rematch as Tyson calls him 'bad motherf****er'
SPAR DAYDid Joshua really beat up Fury over 3 rounds? Rivals recall last sparring session
'OFFICIAL'Tyson return CONFIRMED as Briggs says the pair have officially signed to fight
T-RICKY TIMESHatton shows off stone weight loss & reveals lockdown pain after family death
'STAYING SHARP'Mayweather shows off rapid hand speed at 43 and thanks previous opponents
NO W-HAYEHaye snubs Mike Tyson in top 5 heavyweights of all time and details sad decline
On his fight with Tyson, Briggs said: “I just talked to Mike Tyson, it’s going down, me and Mike, we’re going to make it happen.
"It’s official, you’re going to see it happen, Brownsville versus Brownsville.
“Me and Tyson are going to lace up the gloves, we’re going to rumble, rumble in the jungle.
“We’re going to let our fist do the talking.”
*Check out Mike Tyson's meet-and-greet auction, here...