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I Bid Farewell To Mike Tyson, The Flame Once Raging

Published: June 23, 2005

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Source: boxingscene By Phenyo Molefe I sit quietly upon my stool not knowing where to look, nor what thoughts to ponder. I systematically travel the vast array of thoughts and perceptions of ambition, which have formed over time. Perceptions which once fuelled an intensity of a hope, easily surpassing all sense. The pedigree of hope […]

The Dream of Tyson Lives On

Published: June 20, 2005

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Source: fightkings By Michael Amakor On Saturday June 11, Iron Mike Tyson received another humiliating shocker to his well publicized comeback, in a bout were he was supposed to win, he got repeatedly cloned by punches that felt like the whole of Ireland hitting him on the chin by underdog Kevin McBride who pressured him […]

Mark Workman collumn

Published: June 20, 2005

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By Mark Workman: When Mike Tyson stepped confidently into the ring at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan on February 11, 1990 the Japanese public witnessed the most awesome destroyer boxing had seen in years, decades. Sure, Muhammad Ali was a better boxer and more loved by the world, but Ali never brought into the […]

You see a big thug, I see a great fighter

Published: June 16, 2005

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Source: clantonadvertiser By Jason Cannon When Muhammad Ali fought his last fight in December 1981, I was 18 months old – too young to watch and too young to remember. By the time the 1980s rolled around, Ali was several years past his prime. By the time I turned six, however, there was a boxing […]

Column by Scoop Malinowski

Published: June 15, 2005

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Source: boxinginsider By Scoop Malinowski He came from nothing and now he leaves the sport he ruled with nothing. But in between Mike Tyson ruled the boxing kingdom like no man ever has or ever will. King Tyson captivated the world with his power and precision, his unstoppable determination and fury. And let’s not leave […]

Iron Mike Tyson Could it be?

Published: April 21, 2005

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Source:saddoboxing By Shaun Rico LaWhorn Once again, the wheels for Mike Tyson to make a point in the heavyweight division are spinning. Who can forget the young Mike Tyson, the man who studied every angle and part of boxing? The Mike Tyson that defeated Trevor Berbick in two rounds to become the youngest heavyweight champion […]

Open Letter to Danny Williams

Published: March 15, 2005

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Danny – You want a Re-Match ? Are you out of your damn mind ? Mike will wipe the floor with your ass. You are just trying to get another heavy pay-day, riding on Mikes shirt-tail just like every other chump “journeyman”. Forget “Life after Tyson” because there is none, Klitchsko beat the living hell […]

''Kid Dynamite'' is Set to Go Off

Published: March 14, 2005

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By Jason Liimatta Last summer as I sat down with friends to watch “Iron” Mike Tyson fight for the first time in 17 months, I couldn’t help, but feel things were finally looking up for the former undisputed heavyweight champion. His financial advisors had put together a plan to get him out of bankruptcy and […]

Mike Tyson……….Give Respect Where It's Do!

Published: February 26, 2005

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Mike Tyson might forever be the best thing to ever happen to the sport of boxing. He may not have been the greatest boxer to step into the ring, but his presence and intensity always was a major attraction for boxing fans and he helped the sport immensely. People who had absolutely no interest in […]

Can Mike Tyson Rekindle the Old Flames?

Published: February 21, 2005

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By Jason Petock:Word has it that a legendary fighter who struck terror in the fragile hearts of his opponents and was once a Showtime network regular, may resurface on the boxing scene sometime in the coming months. This man’s reign was the tale that was told across the nations and beyond. During his take over […]

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