posted on 04/19/2005 4:49:15 PM PDT
Tyson, in his absolute prime, would have beaten anyone.
posted on 04/19/2005 4:50:41 PM PDT
(University of Vietnam 1970)
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posted on 04/19/2005 4:51:53 PM PDT
(There's been a huge party. All plates and the bottles are empty, all that's left is the bill to pay)
When Mike Tyson Ruled The World
Mmmmmm, must have been out with a cold that day and missed it.
Mike Tyson never ruled squat
and with his tattoos looks to be even a bigger moron than previously.
And he was pretty damn dumb previously.
posted on 04/19/2005 5:24:44 PM PDT
by Hank Rearden
(Never allow anyone who could only get a government job attempt to tell you how to run your life.)
Tyson's strength was that people were afraid of him. When the fear is gone, nothing's there. We was washed up before he was 30 when he lost his technique. Any smart
fighter can kick his ass, and Tyson only has a puncher's chance anymore in a bout.
Tyson simply doesn't have it up here.
posted on 04/19/2005 5:37:59 PM PDT
by Dan from Michigan
("Cause if it's goods on the left, than I'm sticking to the right." - "Hell's Bells")
During the 80's I never missed a Tyson fight. My friend, having a cable descrambler helped save us a lot of money :)
I was at a keg party at U-mass during the Douglas fight and i figured I'd rather hang near the beer in the basement then bother watching Tyson destroy another opponent in 90 seconds. My mistake! Shortly after some kid came running downstairs screaming "Tyson lost!" nobody believed him and they threw empty keg cups at him.
I just caught that fight last week on ESPN classics. What a sad end to a great fighter.
I still believe his wife had him on anti-depressants or something at the time. he seemed pretty lethargic.
posted on 04/19/2005 5:52:51 PM PDT
My most memorable Tyson moment occurred when Spinks took the dive after 90 seconds.
posted on 04/19/2005 7:13:15 PM PDT
(Alcohol Tobacco & Firearms: The Other Holy Trinity)
Does he plan to "wrap Tyson in a cocoon of horror?"
posted on 04/19/2005 7:46:59 PM PDT
(Vincente Fox's opening line at the Mexico-USA summit meeting: "Bring out the Gimp!")
I disagree with those who say Tyson was the best ever for reasons that had nothing to do with Tyson himself.It's hard to rate him when the competition was so weak in his division during those years.The first skilled heavyweight he fought was Douglas and he got knocked out by him.He was definitely a great fighter but calling him the best is stretching it in my opinion.
posted on 04/19/2005 8:01:11 PM PDT
(The Democratic Party Has Become An Abomination)
The fact that they even write about Sir Ear Biter shows just how low a writer will stoop for attention ......
Tyson is a plain and simple thug.
posted on 04/20/2005 5:30:45 AM PDT
When is this punk going to the the UFC?
posted on 04/20/2005 7:59:07 AM PDT
(7 days - 7 ways (but you must follow the instructions carefully))
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