During his heyday, Mike Tyson was known for knocking his opponents out in a matter of seconds, but the former champ appears to have met his match: the hoverboard.
Tyson landed on his back after he fell off a hoverboard in the amount of time it would take him to finish off his rivals.
Tyson was a good sport about the fall and posted it on Instagram.
Tyson is the latest victim to fall off a hoverboard.
Professional baseball player Dan Uggla is also not immune to the hazards of the hoverboard, as the athlete took a tumble when he was playing with one with his children.
Hilarious! He will prob kill me for posting because he is actually amazing on these things like he is at everything but I caught him not paying attention...??? also,I've seen grown men not even able to get on them and these two kids nailed it on their first day! They got the athlete gene. #phunkeeduck #hoverboard #athletes #ornot #cmondad
Experts say that a lot of accidents are caused by people making the same critical mistakes, including not getting on and off the right way.
Tony Le, who manufactures Gli-Tek hoverhoards, showed INSIDE EDITION what many are doing wrong.
"People, when they step right on they try and go really fast. When someone steps forward [getting off] they basically have no control and the thing flips on you," Le said.
Le, who recommended stepping off the device backwards, also said users have to calibrate a hoverboard when it is first being used.