• Mike Tyson is expected to make a ring return next year
  • Snoop Dogg and Joe Rogan discuss the hyped potential bout between Tyson and Logan Paul
  • The famous rapper is certain "Iron Mike" could still be as dangerous as he was in the past

Snoop Dogg could be right about his take on the looming Mike Tyson vs. Logan Paul fight.

Once again, Tyson got the boxing world excited by confirming that he is making another return early next year.

It reached a crescendo when Logan called out his name in the conversation.

Tyson and Logan have yet to confirm anything about their talk-about potential bout, but some famous personalities in the sport are already making an early prediction.

Among them was hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg.

Speaking in a recent appearance on “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast, Snoop Dogg said that he sees Tyson thumping Logan via “second-round KO.”

“Well, see, when he whoops Logan, it’s all a domino effect," Snoop Dogg said. "[Like] ‘Now go get your little brother!’”

Rogan and Snoop Dogg had a brief laugh about it, but the latter went on to explain in a more serious note that regardless of Tyson’s age, Logan, or even Jake, should not mess with him as they could bring back the boxing legend’s “old instincts.”

“C’mon Joe [Rogan] quit playing with me, man. It’s Mike Tyson we talking about,” the award-winning rap artist stressed. “This is not a regular m-----------. It may trigger his old instincts. That m----------- is still in there!”

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A young Mike Tyson inside the ring Getty Images/Focus On Sport

Rogan agreed with Snoop Dogg and described Tyson as “not a regular dude.”

Moreover, the famous UFC commentator further pointed out that the only advantage Logan has over “Iron Mike” is his youth.

“Mike hadn’t been active forever. He got fat, but he’s a different kind of person,” Rogan assessed. “It’s going to be interesting to see what Logan can do to keep away from him. The only thing Logan has on his side is youth.”

Logan is 0-1 in pro boxing but is coming off an exhibition match with the self-proclaimed “The Best Ever” Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr.

Tyson, on the other hand, always needed no further introduction given his stature in the sport.