STONED Mike Tyson makes bizarre claim that 'rich hunt the homeless for sport' on Joe Rogan podcast
Boxing star Mike Tyson stated that he 'really believes' that 'somewhere the wealthy are abducting the poor to hunt them'
Undisputed world boxing champion Mike Tyson floated out a bizarre claim that the wealthy are chasing the homeless for sport while having a conversation with Podcaster Joe Rogan. Tyson spoke about his outlandish theory on 'The Joe Rogan's Experience', which was also approved by the show's host.
On Friday, April 15 episode of 'The Joe Rogan Experience', an apparently stoned Tyson stated he really thinks "that the rich abduct vagrants to chase them on large private estates" hidden from the 99 percent. After the two smoked pot across from each other at Rogan's podcasting table, Tyson said to Rogan, "Whatever you think a human did to another human being - it happened. Whatever it is, it happened."
"Somewhere in history?" Rogan asked. To which Tyson replied, "Yeah, and sometimes these special camps and stuff it happens, These people own these thousands of acres and nothing grows on em," He further continued. "Right, weird ranches where people do rituals and s**t," Rogan said. "Might want to hunt a motherf**ker," Tyson said.
"That's not outside the realm of possibility!" Rogan shockingly replied. "I know, that's why I'm throwing it at you," Tyson added. "I guarantee you there's been someone, somewhere in the world who paid someone to hunt a person," Rogan said. "I guarantee you that's happened!" Tyson further elaborated his bizarre theory: "This is what happens: they take these homeless people off the streets. Put 'em in there, take them to one of those special hospitals. He added, "They take them from the hospital, all drugged up, take 'em to these large estates, property - let's hunt - Run!"
Rogan then introduced Richard Connell's 'The Most Dangerous Game,' a short novel set on a Russian aristocrat's private island in the Caribbean about a big game hunter from New York City who is chased for sport. Instead of confirming whether or not he'd read the book, Tyson asked Rogan whether he knew "the only reason we hunt the fox." "Their fur?" Rogan asked. "Fox is the only one that backs tracks," Tyson explained to Rogan. "That's the only challenging chase, everything else is too easy. So now, they say well the fox is the most reasonable animal, let's try a human animal, see how reasonable he is. Guaranteed!" Rogan agreed. "They want to challenge reasonability." Tyson finished.
During their three-hour conversation, Tyson and Rogan discussed a slew of other issues. After a psychedelic experience on DMT, he was motivated to return to boxing in his 2021 comeback match against Bob Sapp, and he recounted the day-to-day of having pet tigers to the podcaster.
Meanwhile, Rogan is facing a boycott from musicians who have taken their work from Spotify - the site Rogan uses exclusively to show his podcast - for his Covid-19 statements and use of racist slurs. 'The Joe Rogan Experience' host's $200 million agreement with the streaming service has been slammed by critics for disseminating "misinformation" about the Covid-19 vaccination. A group of 270 physicians and scientists sent an open letter to Spotify in January, accusing Rogan of spreading "anti-vax disinformation" and labeling him a "threat to public health."