Mike Tyson’s Partnership With Former Israeli Prime Minister Sends Fans into Frenzy, Predicted to Make $160 Million in Fiscal Year 2023
Tyson’s co-founded company, Tyson 2.0, already a major player in the cannabis industry, expects to rake in a staggering $160 million in the fiscal year 2023, up from $50 million in the previous year. It is no surprise that Tyson has invested so heavily in the business of marijuana. After all, he once admitted to smoking around $40,000 worth of Marijuana every month. The former Heavyweight champion once stated in a broadcast interview with Yahoo Finance that smoking marijuana puts him in a “better state of mind” and makes him “more relaxed“. Safe to say, when it comes to marijuana, Tyson likes to put his money where his mouth is.
With his new move, Tyson is looking to rapidly expand his cannabis business by adding a touch of credibility to it. Adding another layer to this ambitious venture, they have established Carma Holdings LLC, the new parent company aiming to revolutionize the intersection of celebrity and cannabis. Now, with the addition of Barak’s medical marijuana company, InterCure, to his portfolio, Tyson is poised to put his company at the cutting edge of researching, growing, and marketing medical cannabis.
Fans highlight the different angles of Mike Tyson and his unprecedented partnership news
The partnership was unveiled in an exclusive interview on Fox Business. Yet, what makes this partnership even more fascinating is not just the unlikely pairing, but the reaction it has elicited from fans. The comments section lit up with a wide array of responses, reflecting the diversity of Tyson’s fanbase.
A user named Logan Wil expressed his admiration for Tyson’s venture, stating, “Way to go, love to visit Israel. Still love your saying, ‘get real.’ God bless.” This sentiment reflects a positive reception to the partnership and the potential it holds for the future.