Mike Tyson Mondays Training Photos From Phoenix

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TysonTalk

Published: July 20, 2004

20.07.04 – Photo: TOM CASINO/SHOWTIME PPV:
Mike Tyson worked out for approximately two hours Monday in Phoenix.
Said Team Tysons Tom Patti late Monday: “We couldnt get Mike out of
the gym today.” The former undisputed heavyweight champion makes his
eagerly awaited return to the ring against Danny Williams in the main
event Friday, July 30, on SHOWTIME Pay Per View.

The pay-per-view telecast from Freedom Hall in Louisville will begin at
9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. Straight Out Promotions will present the event,
which will be distributed by SHOWTIME Pay Per View and carries a
suggested retail price of $44.95.

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Photo: TOM CASINO/SHOWTIME PPV: An intense Mike Tyson (right) works the
pads with trainer Freddie Roach during a fast-paced workout Saturday in
Phoenix. Said Roach after Mondays workout: “This was a good day.
Mikes coming along fine. We still have work to do. By fight night, he
will be where he needs to be.”

20.07.04 – Photo: TOM CASINO/SHOWTIME PPV:
Mike Tyson (left) lands a left uppercut during a sparring session with
Cisse Salif Tuesday in Phoenix. Said Team Tysons Tom Patti after
Tuesdays workout: “It is phenomenal to be able to watch Mike keep
turning back the clock here day after day.’

Photo: TOM CASINO/SHOWTIME PPV: Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson
spends several minutes after a workout in Phoenix to sign autographs
for some youngsters. Tyson is training in Phoenix for his highly
anticipated return to the ring against Danny Williams Friday, July 30,
on SHOWTIME Pay Per View.

The pay-per-view telecast from Freedom Hall in Louisville will begin at
9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT and is scheduled to include a 12-round WBO title
bout between champion Nelson Dieppa and unbeaten Ulises Solis and a
fight featuring undefeated womens superstar, Laila Ali, against an
opponent to be announced. Straight Out Promotions will present the
event, which will be distributed by SHOWTIME Pay Per View and carries a
suggested retail price of $44.95.

Source: eastsideboxing.com