Boxer Mike Tyson is one of the world's greatest all-time heavyweight champions, but having a career as prolific as his does come with a cost.
An extreme sport like boxing often takes a toll on an athlete's body and could leave them with health complications, including chronic pain, that can only be managed by medication. For some, like Tyson, treatment comes in the form of marijuana.
Tyson has been a longtime proponent of using cannabis, and he has on multiple occasions openly talked about his own use of the natural drug during his career, as well as its healing properties.
Now, thanks to California's recent legalization of recreational marijuana for those 21 and older, he's talking it one step further by opening up a cannabis-friendly ranch.
Yup, this is not a joke. It's a very serious business venture that is already underway.
Tyson is capitalizing on the Golden State's "Green Rush" by offering a 40-acre destination where weed enthusiasts can go to smoke, relax and expand their knowledge of the drug.
According to USA Today, "Tyson Ranch" will include a premium "glamping" campground, cabins, a factory that manufactures edibles (marijuana-infused food), a supply store, and an amphitheater.
The former boxer and his business partners already broke ground on the remote plot of land, which is located approximately 110 miles from Los Angeles.
In addition to offering an indulgent experience for consumers, Tyson's cannabis resort will have another even more interesting component to it.