MIKE TYSON looked a different man from the one being wheeled around and holding a walking stick earlier this month.
The boxing icon was in New York on Monday night to watch Serena Williams in action at the US Open.
Iron Mike, 56, looked fighting fit as he made his way into the Billy Jean King Tennis Center in Flushing.
The boxer was part of a star-studded crowd to watch Serena in potentially her last ever match.
Lindsey Vonn and Hugh Jackman were also in attendance, as was former President Bill Clinton.
Anna Wintour and Rebel Wilson were also among the celebs in the stands.
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Tyson worried fans last month when he was seen using a walking stick to walk into the lobby of a New York hotel.
And he was seen a few weeks later on a wheelchair at Miami airport while still holding the stick.
Fan fears grew when Tyson claimed on his Hotboxin' podcast that he believes he is going to die "real soon".
He said: "We’re all gonna die one day of course. Then, when I look in the mirror, I see those little spots on my face.
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"I say, 'Wow. That means my expiration date is coming close, really soon.'"
But there was no stick in sight in New York on Monday night.
Tyson looked slick in a grey blazer over a purple tee.
Serena drew a star-studded crowd for potentially her last ever match.
The 23-time grand slam champion revealed before the tournament that she's planning to retire from the sport.
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