What do you do when you hear that Mike Tyson is opening a weed resort in the middle of the California desert? You go investigate. What we found was far […]
from ‘premium cannabis’ to plans for a 420-acre marijuana holiday resort in the California desert with a ‘weed university’ and music festival venue
The High Times 100 celebrates the 100 most influential people in the cannabis world. From entrepreneurs and activists to entertainers and cultivators.
On our cover is Mike Tyson — who is using his platform, albeit a sometimes-tumultuous one, to bring cannabis to those in need.
Planet 13" or the "Company", a leading vertically-integrated Nevada cannabis company, announced today that it has signed a Purchase Agreement (the "Agreement") with Mike Tyson's cannabis venture.
Mike Tyson has a wealth of accomplishments under his belt. From boxing and fitness to an array of multimedia companies, the former undisputed heavyweight champion is currently trying something a bit different.
Vegas Cannabis Mag
The festival had a lot to offer, from Mike Tyson to a bean bag chair attraction to a breakdancing team
As we all know by now, April 20 is synonymous with the celebration of cannabis culture. That's especially true in Las Vegas, where the industry exploded in recent years.
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson is hoping to build a marijuana empire with hemp-infused drinks, muscle pain ointments and packaged weed sold under his new brand, Tyson Ranch.
Mike Tyson is starting the New Year with green on his mind, he’s leading the charge on a cannabis resort that aims to produce high quality strains of THC and CBD.
The former boxer and some business partners have broken ground on a 40-acre ranch in the state that they envision as a destination for growers and consumers of newly legal weed.
A company owned by former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson plans to partner with a West Virginia greenhouse to grow and extract cannabis for use in its products.
WV Gazette Mail
CHARLESTON — A company owned by former boxer and entrepreneur Mike Tyson wants to take advantage of West Virginia’s relatively business-friendly industrial hemp laws to cultivate and extract the oils used in some cannabinoid products.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS/WVAH) — Former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson's company, Tyson Holistic Holdings, LLC., has come to West Virginia hoping to grow cannabidiol hemp.
Mike Tyson, whose career has spanned from world heavyweight champion to actor to pop culture icon, is adding another title: Marijuana kingpin.