Did a time traveller click Myke Tyson in 1995 with phone?

By: GizBot Bureau

    A video clip of a "time-travelling" fan recording a professional boxing match between the former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson and Peter McNeeley on August 19, 1995 has gone viral on the social media.

    Did a time traveller click Myke Tyson in 1995 with phone?

    While the fans were celebrating the return of "Iron Mike", this fan appears to be clicking a picture from his camera-wielding phone in a year when phones did not have cameras.

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    The phones that came equipped with camera were first sold in 2000 -- five years after the match, Mirror.co.uk reported on Sunday.

    The clip was first published on the video-sharing website YouTube and has been reappearing by other conspiracy theorists searching for answers.

    The footage shows a spectator standing in the front row using a phone to film Tyson vs McNeeley match.

    Did a time traveller click Myke Tyson in 1995 with phone?

    According to conspiracy theorist, it could only be a human time traveller from the future or an alien in the ring enjoying a holiday on the Earth while detractors say it could actually be an early digital camera.

    Time-traveller may or may not be the case but the device can also be mistaken with a camcorder of that age.

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    The match was played in Las Vegas and was marked as the return of Tyson to professional boxing after serving three years away in prison on rape charges in 1992.

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