'The Return of the Nuclear Fist' Mike Tyson, 55, has pointed out Lennox Lewis, 56, as the next opponent.

Tyson said in an interview with the American entertainment media TMZ that "we will confront Lewis in September."

Tyson made a 15-year comeback against Roy Jones Jr., 52, last November.

Tyson, who shocked the world with a move reminiscent of his heyday, wanted Evander Hollyfield, 59, as the next opponent, but negotiations broke down.

Tyson and Lewis faced each other in June 2002, and Lewis won the eighth round KO.

Retired in 2004, Lewis, who was called the British boxing hero, defeating both the fists of his time Tyson and Hollyfield.

Tyson, who became the youngest heavyweight champion at the age of 20 in 1986, is recording 58 games, 50 wins (44 KOs), 6 losses, 2 draws with a'nuclear fist'.

With 41 wins (32 KOs) against 44, 2 losses and 1 draw, Lewis will rematch Tyson after 19 years. 

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