Mike Tyson caught on video punching passenger on plane

Mike Tyson attends the Citi Taste Of Tennis on August 22, 2019 in New York City. (Noam Galai/Ge ...

NEW YORK — Mike Tyson took his skills out of the ring Wednesday night when he repeatedly punched a passenger on a plane that was set to take off from San Francisco to Florida.

The retired heavyweight boxer was filmed leaning over the back of his seat and attacking the man, leaving him bloodied, according to video obtained by TMZ.

The passenger, seated in a row behind Brooklyn-born Tyson, asked for a selfie with the 55-year-old fighter, then kept talking, according to TMZ. Tyson, seemingly annoyed at the chatterbox, shut him up with his fists.

A second video, filmed across the aisle, corroborates that story, as the passenger excitedly tries to talk to Tyson through the seats.

“My boy just got beat up by Mike Tyson,” the man recording says.

Sources told TMZ that the passenger was “extremely intoxicated.”

The attack happened at around 10:30 p.m. PT, according to TMZ, and JetBlue had a flight departing San Francisco International Airport at 10:54 p.m., landing in Miami just before 7 a.m. local time.

Reps for Tyson and JetBlue did not immediately return requests for comment from the New York Daily News Thursday.

The passenger reportedly met with police, but it’s unclear if charges have been or will be filed. A spokesperson for the San Francisco Police Department did not immediately answer questions from The News.

Earlier Wednesday, Tyson had been on stage at San Francisco’s 420 cannabis festival in Golden Gate Park, promoting his cannabis brand, Tyson 2.0, according to SF Gate.