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Mike Tyson Plans To Open Kosher And Vegan Restaurant. Seriously.

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Mike Tyson, currently filming “The Hangover Part II“, has been nicknamed “The Baddest Man on the Planet,” and is ranked #16 on Ring Magazine’s list of 100 greatest punchers of all time. Up next on his bucket list? Apparently opening a high-end Kosher/vegan restaurant chain.

The retired boxer was recently spotted at Kosher eatery Solo in NYC with Moshe Malamud, Executive Chairman of the Franklin Mint. A rep for Solo reported that the two discussed the concept of opening a Kosher and Vegan restaurant chain, along with a potential name for it, but that nothing is finalized yet.

Tyson, who recently converted to a vegan lifestyle, said in an interview with Details that, “meat’s become a poison for me now.”

The new diet seems to have made quite the impact, but it is yet to be seen if Tyson’s dream of a Kosher and Vegan restaurant will come to fruition. Nonetheless, we’ll be anxiously waiting for it!

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