Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Mike Tyson Is Opening Up A 40-Acre Weed Resort, Y'all!

Mike Tyson Is Opening Up A 40-Acre Weed Resort, Y'all!

Former boxing heavyweight world champion Mike Tyson is reportedly opening a California cannabis ranch to celebrate the state's legalisation of recreational marijuana. The ranch will dedicate 20 acres to growing high-grade cannabis for medicinal and recreational use.

Tyson recently trademarked the name "Iron Mike Genetics" for use at the cannabis resort.

The boxer is a longtime believer in medical marijuana, which has been legal in California for more than 20 years, and the ranch will also carry out research to develop its clinical uses.

Hickman echoed Wood's sentiments and told The Blast that the "undeveloped lands" in California City "are primed to be cultivated".

In addition to the above, the resort will feature high-end camping and cabin facilities, an amphitheater, hydro-feed plant and an edible factory.

According to The Blast, the company which will run the ranch, Tyson Holistic, will focus on treating men and women who have suffered from psychological ailments during their military service.

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A Tyson Cultivation School will be opened to teach growers the latest ways to flawless their strain of cannabis.

But whether or not Tyson Ranch really takes off probably depends on a whole fuckload of regulatory statutes and the usual dealings with general contractors and greedy government fingers.

For years Tyson has been on record as a pro-marijuana advocate.

Los Angeles and other nearby cities outside of West Hollywood have not finalized their local permitting rules so licenses to businesses in those jurisdictions are yet to be granted.

"He always wanted me to smoke weed with him, and I never did it, and I wish I did", Tyson said during the phone interview. In 2000, the former heavyweight champion was fined for testing positive for marijuana, and his technical knockout and win over Andrew Golota was changed to "no contest" after the test.

She said the industry will not only provide medical marijuana to people in need, but also provide revenue, jobs and income for residents.

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