There’s been speculation for weeks that Mike Tyson would make a comeback in 2020. Following videos of the boxer training and looking to be in great shape, the 53-year-old has offers to get back inside the ring.

But it might not be the boxing ring where Tyson makes his return.

Tyson is back in the world of professional wrestling, having made several appearances with WWE in the past. The boxing legend got into a scuffle with former AEW World Champion Chris Jericho on “Dynamite” Wednesday night, starting a potential feud.

Jericho and Tyson were involved in a WWE storyline a decade ago when the former heavyweight knocked out the pro wrestler. Jericho demanded an apology Wednesday when Tyson entered the ring with several professional MMA fighters, including recently retired UFC bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo.

“Apologize to me before I knock your damn teeth down your throat!” Jericho said with several wrestlers by his side.

Tyson responded by shoving Jericho, who pushed the real-life fighter right back. Tyson’s entourage and Jericho’s Inner Circle separated the two men. The AEW locker room emptied and the show went off the air amid mayhem in the ring.

Are Tyson and Jericho going to have a wrestling match? At the very least, it appears that they will have some sort of feud going forward.

“Hey, I’m telling you this is not over,” Tyson said Wednesday night in a short video posted to AEW’s official Twitter account. “I’m coming back and Jericho’s gonna get his ass kicked!”

Tyson appeared at Double or Nothing, AEW’s pay-per-view event, Saturday night. He presented the AEW TNT Championship to Cody Rhodes.

The scene Wednesday night was reminiscent of the brawl between Tyson and Stone Cold Steve Austin on “Monday Night Raw” in 1998. Tyson was the special guest referee for the WrestleMania 14 main event match between Austin and Shawn Michaels.

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Pictured: Former boxer Mike Tyson attends the super welterweight boxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, Aug. 26, 2017. Christian Petersen/Getty Images