Mike Tyson Is Opening a Giant Pot Farm and Resort


The former champ recently broke ground on a marijuana resort called Tyson Ranch.

Get the best sports content from the web and social in the new B/R app. The resort will also host a school created to educate growers on the best techniques for cultivating their own strains of cannabis.

The Blast reports Tyson's 40-acre facility is set to become a marijuana Mecca as Californian entrepreneurs rush to meet the so-called "Green Rush" of growing demand for cannabis in the state.

Terming the ranch as the "Tyson Cultivation School", the boxing legend is set to create a lot of job opportunities by providing flawless marijuana growing lessons to farmers and also set aside a huge portion of space for "master growers" to have maximum control of the environment.

California is the sixth U.S. state to legalize medical marijuana for recreational use. One of the primary goals of the "Tyson Ranch" will be to serve military personnel seeking relief with cannabis.

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Of the multifarious developments springing from the legalization of marijuana in California this week, here's one that was hard to predict: Soon, everybody will be getting high over at Mike Tyson's place.

Wood is seen in video of a December 20 groundbreaking ceremony as calling the Tyson Ranch a potential "rebirth" for California City, which has a population of just over 14,000 and lies roughly 65 miles southwest of Death Valley National Park. However, Tyson Ranch will also include an "edible factory", a "premium glamping" camping ground, and a Tyson Cultivation School that will teach growers innovative ways to fine-tune their own strains. Tyson instead moved to other drugs like cocaine and morphine, and his fondness of morphine is what he blames some of his earlier transgressions on.

He tested positive for marijuana following a 2000 win over Andrew Golota, a decision that was later changed to "no contest".