~Experience is the currency of the soul.
I was watching this at 3am and man this is a fantastic video.
November 8th, 2005 The greatest night in the history of GD!
powerful uppercuts is beyond me....
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he lands 3 punches before someone can throw a counter, it's unreal
he damn near decapitated many opponents with that punch. I always thought his defense was under appreciated.
Like I knew how ill he was in the beginning, but never got to see it.
i haven't seen these before either and i'm wide eyed
we're lucky is folks fight 10 fights in a career.
look like?I think he retires unbeaten. Holyfield, Lewis, esp. Buster Douglas don't come close to beating focused Mike Tyson, IMO.I think if he stuck w/ Rooney, he probably would have not lost. Fucking Don King, man.
dollar and ended up losing those dollars and more. I do like the humbled man that Mike is today though.
tyson would have had an unbeatable streak.
RIP JDILLATHE ILLEST THAT EVER DID IT
30 seconds, Frazier got knocked out 2 more times as he was falling.
I still can't believe Jamie is playing Mike. He's a capable actor, just hard to imagine him playing young Mike. Once he packs on the muscle, it might be easier to imagine.
It's just Mike was a very young champion at his peak and I'm wondering how they will pull that off.
If you got past Round 1, your chances of beating or drawing with that man jumped up like 60%in real life, if you got past round 4, then your chances jumped 60% as well.