Tales of Mike Tyson’s fake penis could potentially generate real money.
CamSoda.com has extended an offer to the former heavyweight champion of the world to secure his services for an upcoming combat sports event. The self-described “leading adult entertainment webcam company” is presenting Fight Circus Vol. 2, a spectacle taking place on November 21 in Thailand.
The event features various forms of fighting—none of which appear to be boxing, but all of which they believe will intrigue Tyson. Apparently, the story landed right in the wheelhouse for what the webcam company had in mind for its next sporting event—for Tyson to oversee all pre-fight drug testing for the event.
The six-figure offer was made after hearing Tyson reveal during his recent podcast. As proudly reported by BoxingScene.com’s Manouk Akopyan, Tyson (50-6, 44KOs) detailed how he would beat drug tests by using a prosthetic penis loaded with child’s urine in order to avoid testing positive during random drug tests.
“I was very intrigued listening to your “Hotboxin” podcast this week. Your story about using a prosthetic penis to produce clean urine for your drug test before a fight gave me an idea,” Daryn Parker, vice president of CamSoda said to Tyson in an official offer letter, a copy of which has been obtained by BoxingScene.com. “You may not know this, but CamSoda, a leading adult entertainment webcam company, is actually heavily involved in the fight game. We produced an MMA card, CamSoda Legends, in 2018, and had what some have called the most entertaining mma battle of the year during our Fight Circus event this past August.
“With Fight Circus Vol. 2 set to take place on November 21 in Thailand, I’d like to formally extend a $100,000 offer for you to be the Drug Test Coordinator for the event. Given your status as a legend of the boxing ring and expertise with bypassing drug tests, we think you are well qualified to advise our officials during their pre-fight drug test to make sure that everyone is abiding by the rules.”
The event is the second for the revolutionary adult entertainment platform, which was launched in 2014. CamSoda became the first to offer 360º virtual reality live streams. In 2018, the company ventured into mixed martial arts before offering Fight Circus Vol. 1 this past August. The three-plus hour event drew nearly 24,000 views on the Full Metal Dojo YouTube channel which will host Vol. 2.
Among the list of events for this upcoming show include a kicks-only human cockfight.
However bizarre it all may sound, the highest order of decorum is demanded by event handlers—hence the need for Tyson to participate.
“For the record, we are proponents of medicinal drug use, we even gave out bongs to the losers during the first Fight Circus,” notes Parker. “Mainly we want you to spot any fakes where a contestant is trying to sneak by using performance enhancing drugs. We cannot stand for PEDs and fake Johnsons in our Circus!”
Whether or not Tyson will consider the offer is anyone’s guess. Of course, the former baddest man on the planet has his own matters to tend to, namely his upcoming Legends battle with former four-division champion Roy Jones Jr. (66-9, 47KOs). The two middle-aged all-time greats collide in an exhibition match on November 28, live on Pay-Per-View from a crowdless Staples Center in Los Angeles.
To avoid any conflict, the fine folks at CamSoda are willing to go the extra mile to accommodate Tyson.
“I know you have a big fight coming up yourself on the 28th,” acknowledges Parker. “We are willing to fly out your entire team so that you can continue your training camp in Thailand. There are plenty of tigers around, I know you’re fond of them.
“On a personal level, I’m a huge fan and cannot wait to see you and Roy Jones Jr. battle it out. If interested, please reach out to me… would love to coordinate a phone call to discuss logistics.”
Jake Donovan is a senior writer for BoxingScene.com. Twitter: @JakeNDaBox