Mike Tyson Opens a Marijuana Cage

Former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, US athlete Mike Tyson opened a cafe selling cannabis (Coffeeshop) in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands.

The famous boxer said that he made a big dream come true by opening a ‘coffeeshop’ in Amsterdam. Tyson, known for using cannabis for a long time, stated that he tested and approved all the products he sold.

Mike Tyson, who has a cannabis farm in the US state of California, previously opened a cannabis cafe in Canada. “Coffeeshop Tyson 2.0” opened in Amsterdam, the first cafe opened by the famous boxer in Europe. In Spuistraat in the city center, on an area of ​​​​1200 square meters The cafe will be one of the largest of its kind. Mike Tyson stressed that opening the first cannabis cafe in Amsterdam was a dream come true. “Here, fans can enjoy my favorite products. I’ve tried and tested them all. I can’t wait to share some of them with Europe.” As a result, my body is showing a lot of wear and tear. I started using cannabis to calm my nerves and relieve the pain of surgery.”Coffeeshop Tyson 2.0 CEO Adam Wilks also stated that they are expanding their international presence with Amsterdam, which is visited by more than 18 million tourists each year. Wilks said, “We look forward to introducing the Tyson 2.0 brand and lifestyle to Amsterdam and serving our European fans with the industry-leading products we are famous for.” According to the US CEO, Tyson 2.0’s mission is purity, precision and broad accessibility Producing innovative, high-quality cannabis products known for its marijuana use. Medical cannabis use was permitted in California since 1998. The state government has also legalized recreational cannabis use as of January 1, 2018. Mike Tyson has been growing cannabis on his farm near Death Valley National Park since then. In the Netherlands, under the “tolerance law”, a certain amount of cannabis has been kept since 1976. and the sale of marijuana in cafes called coffeeshops is allowed.

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