MIKE TYSON is selling cannabis edibles shaped like an ear with a missing piece — referencing his infamous bite on Evander Holyfield.
The heavyweight boxing icon has been selling cannabis products since 2016 through his Tyson Holistic label.
And his latest launch is “Mike Bites” — ear-shaped edibles — but most importantly, a piece is missing.
It’s a hilarious nod to Tyson’s unforgettable 1997 rematch with Holyfield that ended in disgrace.
Tyson owns a massive weed farm in California that reportedly brings in around $650,000 a month.
Iron Mike is taking advantage of the state’s legalization of recreational marijuana, and Tyson Ranch has 20 acres for master weed growers.
Cannabis-infused candy sachets are part of his new range of herbal products — and date back to June 1997 when he bit off a piece of Holyfield’s ear.
Iron Mike had been beaten the previous year in round 11 — which at the time was considered a shock.
But the upheaval is lost in memory thanks to what happened eight months later.
Tyson, growing frustrated with what he claimed was headbutting and superior boxing from Holyfield, in the third round bit his rival.
This caused havoc in the ring, with the youngest heavyweight champion of all time being disqualified, causing a riot between the opposing camps.
Tyson was suspended for 15 months, fined $3 million and disgraced by the boxing public.
Over the past few years, he’s struck up an unlikely friendship with Holyfield and the pair even starred in a Foot Locker advert in 2013.
They hugged in the commercial and Tyson bizarrely gave his former opponent a piece of his ear back.
Nonetheless, after Iron Mike, 55, and Holyfield, 59, both made questionable returns last year, they were in talks for a mega-money trilogy.
Luckily for both — now with a combined age of 114 — negotiations fell through and neither has spoken seriously about boxing since.