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Mike Tyson’s Meanest Knockouts

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GoPro

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Joined May 15, 2014
Messages 270
He could've been the best ever if he didn't bite that ear off.
 

GoPro

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Joined May 15, 2014
Messages 270
papasmerf said:
Sure, just give him a pass on the wife beating

I forgot about that one and did some research.

'I beat up seven prostitutes when I was high on cocaine, morphine and cognac': Mike Tyson reveals his lowest moment... when he faced 'the devil himself'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...drunkenly-beating-7-hookers-high-cocaine.html

Her gold digger wife.

[h=1]Mike Tyson claims first wife Robin Givens and her 'ruthless' mother conspired to make made millions from him in memoir[/h]
  • Mike Tyson and Robin Givens married just 11 months after meeting
  • Tyson says Givens and her mother had been 'on the prowl for a big black celebrity' to marry Givens
  • Tyson says he gave his wife and her mother millions of dollars over the course of their short marriage
  • The boxer writes that before they were divorced, he encountered Brad Pitt at Givens' home


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...ss-mother-conspired-make-millions-memoir.html


[h=1]Tyson Hit Wife, Paper Reports[/h]
https://www.nytimes.com/1988/06/19/sports/tyson-hit-wife-paper-reports.html
 

papasmerf

Senior Member
Joined Aug 9, 2010
Messages 33,654
GoPro said:
I forgot about that one and did some research.

'I beat up seven prostitutes when I was high on cocaine, morphine and cognac': Mike Tyson reveals his lowest moment... when he faced 'the devil himself'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...drunkenly-beating-7-hookers-high-cocaine.html

Her gold digger wife.

Mike Tyson claims first wife Robin Givens and her 'ruthless' mother conspired to make made millions from him in memoir


  • Mike Tyson and Robin Givens married just 11 months after meeting
  • Tyson says Givens and her mother had been 'on the prowl for a big black celebrity' to marry Givens
  • Tyson says he gave his wife and her mother millions of dollars over the course of their short marriage
  • The boxer writes that before they were divorced, he encountered Brad Pitt at Givens' home


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...ss-mother-conspired-make-millions-memoir.html


Tyson Hit Wife, Paper Reports


https://www.nytimes.com/1988/06/19/sports/tyson-hit-wife-paper-reports.html

Still Like him?
 

GoPro

Senior Member
Joined May 15, 2014
Messages 270
papasmerf said:
Still Like him?

Hell no but can't dispute pound for pound he would have beaten Ali, Foreman, Frazier, Armstrong, Sugar Ray and Holyfield at their prime.
 

BEER

Reviewer
Joined May 21, 2010
Messages 4,438
See, drugs and alcohol do not mix well with an ugly scary uneducated man.
 

Raiden

Reviewer
Joined Nov 6, 2009
Messages 6,565
He was an asshole but he sure could knock em down and lay them out in his hay day!
 

Maurice Boscorelli

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Joined May 30, 2010
Messages 19,337
GoPro said:
Hell no but can't dispute pound for pound he would have beaten Ali, Foreman, Frazier, Armstrong, Sugar Ray and Holyfield at their prime.

Well first off he lost twice to Holyfield so that's off the table.

Tyson was the product of Cus D'Amato who cherry picked a lot of stiffs to build up his formidable record in his early career. An acquaintance of mine Conroy Nelson being one of them. Was he a good fighter? Yes. Was he a great fighter? No. He was however a feared fighter who was the best heavyweight from around 1986-1991.

He was once asked how he would fare against Ali to which he replied he would have been beaten. Foreman, Frazier and Norton all would have beat him as well. They were far more skilled and competed in the golden era of the heavyweights with much stiffer competition.

From Wikipedia....
A 1998 ranking of "The Greatest Heavyweights of All-Time" by Ring magazine placed Tyson at No.14 on the list. In Ring Magazine's list of the 80 Best Fighters of the Last 80 Years, released in 2002, Tyson was ranked at No. 72.

The fact is that his persona and perceived invincibility have morphed into something he never was.
 

Prim0

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Joined Jun 29, 2010
Messages 10,859
Just want to point out that Buster Douglas was an Ohio boy.
 
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