Mike Tyson’s Cannabis Brand Gets Lifted With G Pen & Stündenglass Collabs

Iron Mike is peddling new weed wares ahead of his fight with Jake Paul.

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Mike Tyson isn’t merely training for his July 20 fight with Jake Paul on Netflix—the boxing legend’s Tyson 2.0 cannabis brand just dropped two new weed-themed collaborations with G Pen and Stündenglass.

The Tyson 2.0 x G Pen Hyer is Tyson’s third release with the vape company. The device is designed to “deliver best-in-class flavor and vapor production for serious enthusiasts and novices alike” and is available in stores nationwide and at gpen.com for $299.95.

The latest G Pen iteration “features smart heating technology with constant temperature output allowing for a consistent and efficient experience with every session,” according to the brand. It houses a powerful heating element in a lightweight anodized aluminum casing for concentrate or dry herb consumption that also pairs with glass-on-glass water pieces.

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The weed-loving pugilist and entrepreneur is also collaborating with infuser and hookah maker Stündenglass for the Tyson 2.0 x Stündenglass. The stoner-friendly device is said to offer a “first of its kind, immersive and contactless experience through a patented 360-degree gravity system that generates kinetic motion activation via cascading water, opposing airflow technology and the natural force of gravity.” The Tyson 2.0 x Stündenglass is available now in stores and online at stundenglass.com for $599.95.


It’s yet another revenue stream for Tyson, who will be 58 on fight night when he laces up the gloves against Paul, 27, a YouTuber-turned-boxer who has carved out a lucrative niche by boxing faded MMA stars and journeymen fighters.

While the fight will surely be a spectacle watched by millions, not everyone is thrilled with the idea of an aging Tyson—who became the youngest heavyweight champion in history by knocking out Trevor Berbick in 1986—risking his legacy against the much-younger Paul, who is favored to win by oddsmakers.

ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith declared on First Take that he was “disgusted” and “saddened” by the bout last month.

“I’m sad—I’m saddened by it,” Smith said. “I’m disgusted by it. I don’t like it one bit. I’m not taking anything away from the great Mike Tyson, who we all treasure because of the years of greatness he gave us. But he is 57. And in Jake Paul’s case, the only real fighter he’s fought has been Tommy Fury, who’s not considered in the upper echelon in anybody’s mind. Jake Paul has been training with professional boxing trainers for years.

“When are you going to get in the ring with a modern-day, reputable fighter with a big name who isn’t 20-plus years removed from retirement? The only time we’ve seen (Tyson) in the ring in that span is for an exhibition with Roy Jones Jr. I mean, come on man. Listen, Tyson can hurt anybody, and I’m not dismissing that. But he hasn’t been fighting and Jake Paul hasn’t fought any real, ranked professional boxers. Why should this be a sanctioned boxing match?”

Smith also took a swing at Paul’s oft-stated ambitions of becoming a legitimate boxing champion, pointing out that he has yet to face a top-shelf fighter.

“I like Jake Paul and I appreciate what he does for the sport of boxing in terms of bringing attention to the sport and showing you can do it promoting yourself as opposed to being at the mercy of promoters,” Smith added. “The flip side to it, however, is that he keeps telling us how serious he’s taking this and how bad he wants it.

“Well, OK, if you want the money, please, keep doing your thing. But if it’s not just about that, and if it’s about you wanting to elevate your level, then you’ve got to get in the ring with somebody of your ilk, your age, your size because he’s fought dudes who are smaller than him by the way.”

Meanwhile, Tyson is reportedly “doing great” after a health scare on a flight from Miami to Los Angeles on May 26, according to a statement from his spokesperson to CNN.

Tyson “became nauseous and dizzy due to an ulcer flare up 30 minutes before landing,” his representative said. “He is appreciative to the medical staff that were there to help him.”

The in-flight medical episode will not impact Tyson’s fight with Paul, the rep said.

The bout will be Tyson’s first since he scored a draw with retired boxer Roy Jones Jr. in an exhibition bout in November 2020 and his first sanctioned professional match since 2005, when Tyson quit in the sixth round against Kevin McBride.