MIKE TYSON looked like a different man than the one who was wheeled around with a walking stick earlier this month.
The boxing icon was in New York on Monday night to watch Serena Williams in action at the US Open.
Iron Mike, 56, looked battle-hardened as he made his way to the Billy Jean King Tennis Center in Flushing.
The boxer was part of a star-studded crowd to watch Serena win and delay retirement.
Lindsey Vonn and Hugh Jackman were also in attendance, as was former President Bill Clinton.
Anna Wintour and Rebel Wilson were also among the celebrities in the stands.
Tyson worried fans last month when he was seen walking into the lobby of a New York hotel with a walking stick.
And he was spotted in a wheelchair at Miami Airport a few weeks later while still holding the cane.
Fan fears grew when Tyson claimed on his Hotboxin’ podcast that he believed he was going to die “very soon”.
He said: “Of course we will all die one day. Then when I look in the mirror, I see these little spots on my face.
“I’m like, ‘Wow. That means my expiration date is very close.'”
But there was not a stick in sight in New York Monday night.
Tyson looked sleek in a gray blazer over a purple t-shirt.
Serena attracted a star-studded crowd for what may be their final match.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion announced ahead of the tournament that she plans to retire from the sport.
And she lived to fight another day as she defeated Danka Kovinic in straight sets.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6104920/mike-tyson-walking-stick-us-open-serena-williams/ Mike Tyson looks fit and healthy without a cane as he joins the all-star cast to watch Serena Williams