"TYSON 2.0": Mike Tyson Brings Californian Marijuana to Amsterdam

Former legendary boxer Mike Tyson has expanded his marijuana business to Europe, with the opening of a new coffee shop in Amsterdam.

by Faruk Imamovic
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"TYSON 2.0": Mike Tyson Brings Californian Marijuana to Amsterdam

Former legendary boxer Mike Tyson has expanded his marijuana business to Europe, with the opening of a new coffee shop in Amsterdam. The consumption of cannabis is legal in Amsterdam, making it the perfect location for Tyson's latest venture.

The American Dream Come True

"It is a dream come true to open our first coffee shop in Amsterdam," said Mike Tyson, Co-Founder and Chief Brand Officer of TYSON 2.0. "The TYSON 2.0 coffee shop will provide fans with a fully immersive experience, where they can enjoy my favorite TYSON 2.0 products just as I do.

I have tried and tested all of our products and I can't wait to share some of my most beloved and unbeatable products with Europe."

Introducing TYSON 2.0 to Amsterdam

Adam Wilks, CEO of TYSON 2.0, also expressed his excitement about the company's expansion into Europe.

"Amsterdam is a city with a rich cultural heritage that has made it one of the world's top destinations, with over 18 million visitors each year. The TYSON 2.0 coffee shop celebrates our journey and marks a significant milestone for the company as we extend our international presence beyond North America into the thriving European market.

We look forward to introducing the TYSON 2.0 brand and lifestyle to Amsterdam and serving our European fans with the top-of-the-industry products we are known for."

Tyson Ranch: A Dedicated Marijuana Cultivation Space

Tyson started his marijuana business in 2018, with the creation of a dedicated 16-hectare ranch called "Tyson Ranch" for the cultivation of medical marijuana.

According to Cheat Sheet, the former boxer earns over $500,000 per month from his business ventures. However, Tyson also has expenses to consider, as he admitted to smoking marijuana every day. In a statement from 2019, Tyson and his partner Eben Britton confessed to spending about $40,000 per month on marijuana consumption.

Despite declaring bankruptcy in 2003, Tyson has proven himself to be a successful businessman, earning a staggering $584 million during his boxing career.

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