Former Boxing World Heavyweight Champion Is Bringing His Cannabis Line To Michigan
Growing up in Michigan, marijuana was an illegal drug my whole life. Then in November of 2018, the people of Michigan voted to become the 10th state in the country to make weed legal, along with Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington.
BLUE: Legal for recreational use
GREEN: Legal for medical use
Since 2018 a lot of companies have started popping up in Michigan to get their piece of the 3.2 billion dollar industry. And this month we will have another weed line in Michigan to check out.
Former Boxing World Heavyweight Champion Mike Tyson is partnering up with Common Citizen, who is Michigan's largest cannabis operator, to sell his new line called "Tyson 2.0"
In a statement Mike Tyson said:
Before I found cannabis, I used to be a very different person, this plant has changed me for the better, and I’ve made it my mission to share this gift with fans here in Michigan and across the nation.
Tyson 2.0 will bring two new strains, “Knockout OG” and “Pound for Pound Cake” to Michigan in mid-February.
Where Can You Get Tyson 2.0?
Common Citizen dispensaries in Detroit
Common Citizen dispensaries in Flint
Common Citizen dispensaries in Battle Creek
Common Citizen dispensaries in Hazel Park
Tyson 2.0 plans to offer the premium marijuana flower at more than 200 retail outlets across the state and introduce other products like edibles.