A WrestleMania flash mob broke out on night two of WrestleMania Axxess at the Miami Beach Convention Center - with Mike Tyson getting involved!
Tyson, who this weekend enters the celebrity wing of the WWE Hall of Fame, joined in the spontaneous choreography with Hornswoggle and dozens of dancers.
WWE divas Layla El - a former Miami Heat dancer - and Eve Torres led the dance group as Grammy Award-winning artist Timbaland watched on.
Tyson, a lifelong wrestling fan, has been in good spirits over the past couple of days when meeting fans and posing for photo opportunities and speaking to ESPN earlier this week, he admitted his kids were not too interested about his boxing HOF induction, but were excited about the WWE event.
"They all want to go to the WWE Hall of Fame event," he said.
"We all love wrestling. It's like a soap opera for men. ... When I give my speech, you won't have to worry about me breaking down and crying at that one like I did at the boxing Hall of Fame. You'll hear every sentence loud and crackling and clear.
"This one goes straight to my ego. It's like, 'I'm so cool.' This is going to be fun. I'm just very ecstatic about it. It's a very big honor to me."
Tyson also said that the experience of being involved at WrestleMania was a big deal for him and admits it "really helped me out financially at the time."
He added: "I just loved doing it and I really appreciated Vince McMahon.
"He knew how to get me when times were hard. Usually when times are hard, everyone knows how to run away from you, but he came to get me and I am extremely grateful.
"This is real and I am not just sucking up. I don't want to kiss no a--, but I don't know where I would have been without WWE at that particular time in my life."
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