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    Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. fight

    Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr.
    Saturday, November 28th
    9 pm Eastern time on PPV or streaming @ tysonontriller.com


    The ytube below is Mike Tyson and Jimmy Kimmel
    Mike has a few good comebacks to Jimmy's questions.
    In one instance, Jimmy asked Mike if he'd be wearing a mask during this fight, to which Mike says no but his opponent would be after the fight
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    Hmmmmm, the Biter getting Hungry Again...?!?
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    Before Mike Tyson went on to his professional boxing career, he had hopes of making the U.S. Olympic team back in 1984 for the Los Angeles Games.
    But Tyson dropped a pair of bouts that prevented him from making the boxing team.

    Mike made his Professional Boxing debut on March 6th 1985 against Hector Mercedes
    It was a TKO in the first round, with the 18 year old Mike Tyson never giving Hector a chance.

    On November 22, 1986, 20-year-old Mike Tyson knocks out 33-year-old Trevor Berbick in just five minutes and 35 seconds, to become the youngest World Heavy Weight Champion titleholder ever.

    “I’m the youngest heavyweight boxing champion in history,” Tyson told his manager after the fight, “and I’m going to be the oldest.”

    Tyson had won all 27 of the matches he’d fought before meeting up with Trevor Berbick, knocking out 26 of his opponents.
    He threw unbelievably hard punches–“pineapples,” trainer Angelo Dundee called them.
    Ref Mills Lane agreed: “Everything he’s got has ‘good night’ written all over it.”

    Tyson kept his title for nine more bouts, until Buster Douglas beat him in 1990.
    After that, his life unraveled. He was sent to prison for three years. Then, five fights into his comeback in 1995, he bit off a part of Evander Holyfield’s ear and was disqualified.
    He retired for good in 2005.

    Now in 2020, Iron Mike is BACK !!
    Tristan Harris

 

 

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