EVANDER HOLYFIELD has showed off his power in the gym amid claims he will face Mike Tyson in a trilogy fight.
The two boxing legends - who have a combined age of 110 - are believed to be in talks over a November showdown in the Middle East.
However, the four-time heavyweight world champion has now silenced his critics with his latest video.
He gave fans a glimpse of his gruelling gym workout as he shared a clip with his 317,000 Instagram followers.
Holyfield kicked off his session with some heavy bench press - which appeared to weigh over 100kg.
The boxing veteran then worked on his explosive power with a shoulder exercise before doing some press ups.
He added the caption: "Focus. Faith. Determination."
Model Billie Jo Powers commented on the video: "A true champion."
Former boxing world champion Antonio Tarver said: "All in a days work. 'The Real Deal Holyfield' still pushing the bar."
Another fan added: "Big champ. The Real Deal is back."
And one Instagram user said: "You truly are a warrior Holyfield."
He told The Times: "It's better you do it with people who have been around like you.
"I don't want to go and fight someone trying to make a name for themselves.
"People want to see me and [Riddick] Bowe, of course, Mike Tyson and maybe Lennox [Lewis], that would be good. I'll spar with anyone."