Boxing legend Mike Tyson has challenged superstars Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder in exhibition fights to raise money.

Tyson was one of the best boxers in the world during his active days as he beat a lot of tough opponents before he retired.

Tyson won his first 19 professional fights by knockout, in which 12 of them in the first round and also won the WBC title in 1986 after stopping Trevor Berbick in the second round.

After being knocked out by Kevin McBride, Mike Tyson decided to retire from professional boxing with superb career achievements.

Tyson also known as Iron Mike had 58 fights in his career, won 50, lost six and no contests in the other two.

Tyson will be facing Roy Jones Jr in an eight-round exhibition fight on November 28 in Los Angeles.

According to boxingscene.com, Tyson believes he can raise more money for charitable organizations if he could fight current Boxing Champions Joshua, Tyson and former champion Wilder.

“I think they’re brilliant. They’re brilliant fighters. They could do so much for society. They could have exhibitions, and take the money from the exhibitions, because they’re such big crowd pleasers, and they could help so many people.

“There’s so many people out there that we can do so much for, and it wouldn’t even be a tenth of their charitable heart to do something like that. In fact, fight exhibitions with me, and most of our charity would go to people who desperately need it.”