Der frühere Schwergewichts-Champion Mike Tyson hat sich vor dem zurückgetretenen Wladimir Klitschko und seinem älteren Bruder Vitali verneigt. Boxen: Mike Tyson adelt Wladimir und Vitali Klitschko Mayweather vs. 'Iron Mike': Klitschko gehört zu den ganz Großen. Mike Tyson hat nach dem Rücktritt von Wladimir Klitschko dessen Karriere gewürdigt: "Auf. Box-Großmaul Shannon Briggs will den Comeback-Kampf von Mike Tyson skurril im Stil von WWE inszenieren. Auch Wladimir Klitschko soll.
Uwe Hück will gegen Mike Tyson in den Ring - Schwarzenegger und Klitschko sollen helfenIch bin zurück!“ Mit diesen drei Worten kündigte Box-Legende Mike Tyson (53) sein Comeback an. In einem Trainings-Video, das durch soziale. 'Iron Mike': Klitschko gehört zu den ganz Großen. Mike Tyson hat nach dem Rücktritt von Wladimir Klitschko dessen Karriere gewürdigt: "Auf. Box-Großmaul Shannon Briggs will den Comeback-Kampf von Mike Tyson skurril im Stil von WWE inszenieren. Auch Wladimir Klitschko soll.
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Find More Posts by justnz Add justnz27 to Your Ignore List. Quote: Originally Posted by LegendOfLink Hard to say seeing how its a fantasy fight and the heavyweight division wasn't much better when Tyson was fighting.
Find More Posts by 2fast2strong Add 2fast2strong to Your Ignore List. These two would never have fought, see what good friends they are Although Tyson had a reputation as a knock-out artist, his boxing intelligence was highly underrated.
Tyson could attack like a raging bull, but he was also smooth and elusive like a graceful matador finding his target without sustaining any damage.
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson believes he would have knocked out either of the Klitschko brothers in his prime. Wladimir Klitschko became an unstoppable force in the heavyweight division from the mids after appointing famed trainer Emanuel Steward.
He went unbeaten from October to November as he reigned over the division, unifying the heavyweight belts. Alright I held off long enough lol, i'll start on Legendry nights tomorrow lol.
Is it a single documentary or a series? It is a series. I think that is almost all. Sounds like they're all classic fights too.
Box docs are always good! The When We were Kings documentary is better than watching the fight itself lol. I'll make a start this week bro!!
I would also like to see Klitschko documentary. Oh man, I really do love Ali and Georges pre fight hype in that doco, you should def watch that one man.
So long as you can put up with the James Brown tunes throughout it you'll love it lol. I just watched Mike vs. Gross to your advice and yes I have seen that defence.
It was pretty good but sometimes Mike was putting his head too low. But that is just my opinion. Anyway it was good performance but the best was still yet to come.
If only I could be 10 years older. But probably nothing could really change because in comunism country we were not allowed to watch heavyweight boxing during 80s.
Speaking of age. Mike was 19 back then. That means 4 years younger then me now but he looked at least five years older. He was one of those guys that looked older then they were.
Similiar to Hulk Hogan. LOL yeah : I reckon he still looked reasonably young in the face but overall he looks much older because I've never seen an 18yr old with such a massive and fit build and fearsome visage like that lol, so unique!
I knew things were tougher and rules stringent but I also thought that the US exaggerated lots make us hate Russia.
Then again I think Russia liked to milk the resources of it's subject nations to pad it's own economy, so after getting bled dry by that over bloated parasite for so long I can see that you'd be glad to see the end of that regime.
I think I found you on facebook, I sent message : Yeah there were a few flaws but I don't remember any other HW being so evasive.
I really wish he kept fighting like that as he developed. I seen his battle with Ribalta the other day too. Ribalta did so well against Tyson.
He fought the fight of his life there. My name at fb is Honza Hendrych. It would be great have as a friend on fb. You are great. You know I was studying our past and worst were times of 50s.
So many executions and other sentences. Comnism liked to say that Catholics are agents send by Murders from Wall street.
Our president Gottwald was ass kisser of Stalin. I know he was affraid of such a powerful ruler but he was still a scumback.
I think admin once said that americans are coming with something like "oh my daddy was threated by soviets".
Did he said something like that? Because that is exactly what hapenned to my father. Some soviet soldier pointed with his AK 47 at him. He was not about to kill him only to scare him but I do not wonder why my father still hate them to this day.
Back to boxing. Yes Ribalta was beaten pretty nicely. But poor Marvis Frazier. Did you see Mikes facial exxpresion after he koed him.
Sorry Tommo but you sent message last saturday? I get that message today so I reall do not know. But at least we found each other.
Last Sat? Nah it was only 2 nights ago :s Facebook is a bit wierd lol. I thought you would have got it instantly but obviously not lol.
I also do not know why it is delayed facebook. As I said I watched Boytsov highlights and he looks good that video has a great music. I do not know if you mean same highlights as I do.
I feel that as the ranged fighters get bigger, the more squatly built pressure fighters need a proportional growth as well in order to keep up, just as evolution would dictate.
However despite the effectiveness of Arreola etc they posess none of the key features that seperated Mike from the other swarming fighters yes he's a tub for one lol and Seth Mitchell just isn't strong enough.
One day hopefully we will be blessed with such a unique blend as Mike delivered. I still like the second mos of them all.
Third fight was a great brawl but I have to admit that Ken Norton fought very well. Even I would give him that fight.
Actually he was beating Muhammad more in their third fight than in the first one. I was suprised that first fight was very even.
The second was the best and not only because muhammad won that fair and square. To me it was also close fight and Golota was just a little better than Riddick in that fight.
He was able to protect him self better. I think that was reason why Riddick Bowes prime was so short. He was eating blows almost every time he fought somebody.
You can not do that. I think it is clear to any Tyson-afficiando that taller opponents did cause him some trouble; but, that's expected with height-differences.
Tyson still managed to win a good amount on points — much to many viewers' chagrin of lack of KO. But, there is one problem I'm wary of — and I'm too lazy to nitpick further — but, bringing up Tyson's fight v.
Ribalta and Klitschko's fight [KO10 v. KO2] is pretty egregious in comparison because Klitsch fought Jose in and Tyson fought him in 87, iirc; that's an year difference.
Am I to consider them the same opponents? As fighters age, they "usually" lose their speed and athleticism. As fighters age, they "usually" gain weight and experience.
I don't know if the Ribalta Klitschko wasted was as good as the one Tyson fought and perhaps he did have different attributes, perhaps it was better for Klitschko or worse, I'm not checking.
Mike Tyson would waste Ali within the first round pretty much beyond any doubt. MAybe 2 rounds like Alfonso Ratliff through running or maybe by holding on for grim death even longer, but the moment he tried to fight Tyson he'd be knocked out.
Larry Holmes I don't think could ever beat Tyson, but I think Larry could always put up a decent account of himself. I just watched Tyson vs Douglas today in fact.
Tyson was obviously affected by the replacement of Rooney and Givens etc. He was in turmoil at the time of course. But you cannot take anything away from Douglas either who got into the best shape of his career and motivated by his mothers death strongly, visibly produced the best performance of his career, reminiscent of a prime Riddick Bowe.
Even though Mike Tyson is my personal favourite, I'm not going to make excuses for his losses like many fans seem to do. I can recognize Mike on so many personal levels it simply cannot be described — sure he's made some mistakes I never made and vice versa — and — NO, despite being a convicted rapist I do not believe he actually raped Desiree Washington.
Mike's main weaknesses were how easily he was tied up in clinches, pushed back in clinches and his inability to break out of clinches — many of his opponents would initiate them and break out of them at their own leisure — coupled by the fact that his endurance problems caught up with him in the later rounds when he actually faced real resistance Buster Douglas, Holyfield … The latter not being his own fault IMO.
He had lung problems and was the explosive type of athlete. I don't want to discredit or take away from his opponents who gave him trouble the latter one KO'ed him and otherwise went on with their business piling up bummy to mediocre records — Quick Tillis, Mitch Green, Jose Ribalta, James Smith and Buster Douglas — I believe all of those guys trained and fought Mike as if it were the fight of their lives… Even a bum or a mediocre fighter will have one good fight in him, and at the time Mike was the man to beat… 'nough said.
At this stage Wlad's defensive skills are lacking — he's fairly easy to catch on the retreat… Mike shows solid chin before his endurance problems come into play….
Yeah I agree too. Height matters a lot. Even Holy used height to his advantage in fight against Mike. He also used few headbutts.
I watched Mike vs. Ruddock I. Very good fight and performance by both guys. Both would be good boxers today. That's your judgement. Chosen for You Chosen for You.
Also, I think Vitali would survive enough of Tyson's punches in the early rounds. The reason he'd survive is because he would use his height to minimize Tyson's offensive attack.
By the middle rounds, Tyson has missed so many punches that he's reduced to throwing one at a time. He'd hear the final bell but the middle rounds Vitali would take gives him the fight on points.
I can see Tyson beating them more than the other way around. The K brothers would last longer than most think though. I mean if they know they are fighting Mike Tyson, they aren't just going to paw and be a stick in the ground.
They would most certainly move a little faster than normal. And I see Vitali handling Tyson better than Wlad.
Tyson's prime speed would have been the undoing of little brothers weak chin, no question. But Vitali's height which he knows how to use , proven concrete jaw and awkwardness might have made for a horrible fight with Mike.
Tyson maybe on decision ala Tony Tucker but not a real exciting one. Tyson did not have a strong chin, and would struggle against someone with the intelligence and ability of either Klitschko.
In Tyson's prime, he'd destroy both.