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    Tyson Comback !


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    Oh shyte let's see how that goes...

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    i think he should take a hike

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    Mike will always be he man !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    What happened to this??

    "I'm not going to fight again. I haven't got the fighting guts or the heart any more," said the 38-year-old." Mike T.

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    What happened was he payed his bills then put his hand in his pocket and though holy shit i spent all money.

    Well tyson is the main man of heavy wieght boxing in my eyes But you guys got to take a look at this come back i just read.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/boxing/4638489.stm


    Talk about grave dodging

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    Quote Originally Posted by WILDCH1LD
    What happened to this??

    "I'm not going to fight again. I haven't got the fighting guts or the heart any more," said the 38-year-old." Mike T.
    yeh,..hes only got the fight in him for 4 rounds,.not 10 - 12 like these young hungry guys,...i personally think he can still do it but,when youve been a millionare for the last 20 years,as a proffessional ( not including his amature days )..running for 20 years,..training for 20 years,..you kinda get tired of it ya know..football players dont even last that long..he would need a whole new staff and be reborn again to do it like he use to!!!!!

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    I'm afraid Tyson will make a fool of himself once more....I am a Tyson fan and awlays will be but he's getting old....it's better to leave slowly and dissapear.

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    you gotta be kidding me..Hearns!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuttup
    you gotta be kidding me..Hearns!!!!!!!!!
    I think hes been hit so many times he thinks hes still 21

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    Quote Originally Posted by Box This*
    I think hes been hit so many times he thinks hes still 21
    something like that!!...my father almost hit him in the head years ago,...Hearns father lived doors down fro my parents and when visiting one day,..he made a flirtashish remark to my mother who was out front watering the lawn,..what are the odds hugh!

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    A pay-per-view event of Tyson vs. Holyfield would make a ton of $$ if they hyped it up enough. Even though their skills aren't what they used to be, the average guy is gonna watch that fight. It would be entertaining as hell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WILDCH1LD
    What happened to this??

    "I'm not going to fight again. I haven't got the fighting guts or the heart any more," said the 38-year-old." Mike T.
    i talked to two ex trainers of mikes after the fight. he told them he was well aware he was winning the fight. he was frustrated that he couldnt reach kevins head for a k.o. he thought about kneeing him in the head. he also said he was so frustrated that if he would have knocked him down, he was thinking about just piling on top of him. he was having bad thoughts and instead of acting on them, like he did in the past, he chose to quit. i think he made the right decision. i understand that he doesnt have the heart to win a 10 round decision. i dont blame him. he's a brawler at heart. i hope he fights again. its all he knows. i know alot of other fighters in his same boat. if you knew them, you'd understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphaman
    A pay-per-view event of Tyson vs. Holyfield would make a ton of $$ if they hyped it up enough. Even though their skills aren't what they used to be, the average guy is gonna watch that fight. It would be entertaining as hell.
    no dought about it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1819
    i talked to two ex trainers of mikes after the fight. he told them he was well aware he was winning the fight. he was frustrated that he couldnt reach kevins head for a k.o. he thought about kneeing him in the head. he also said he was so frustrated that if he would have knocked him down, he was thinking about just piling on top of him. he was having bad thoughts and instead of acting on them, like he did in the past, he chose to quit. i think he made the right decision. i understand that he doesnt have the heart to win a 10 round decision. i dont blame him. he's a brawler at heart. i hope he fights again. its all he knows. i know alot of other fighters in his same boat. if you knew them, you'd understand.
    that actually sounds logical... cause he deffinately waqs winning,.its just bewildering that he quit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuttup
    that actually sounds logical... cause he deffinately waqs winning,.its just bewildering that he quit!
    yes, puzzling though a little. most fighters i talk to, his age or older, still want to fight. they just dont want to train anymore. guys like michael moorer, even guys like jose ribalta or trevor burbeck or ray mercer. iron mike is just the opposite. he still trains like an animal. if you saw him recently you'd swear he'd kill anyone. but when he gets in that ring on fight night something happens to him mentally and its all over. very puzzling and sad to me. all those guys i mentioned are great guys and great friends of mine. its hard to let go when its all you know. im thankful when my career was over it wasnt my choice. sucked then but now that im older im glad it wasnt me walkin away cause i dont know how i would have handled picking the right time to leave for good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1819
    yes, puzzling though a little. most fighters i talk to, his age or older, still want to fight. they just dont want to train anymore. guys like michael moorer, even guys like jose ribalta or trevor burbeck or ray mercer. iron mike is just the opposite. he still trains like an animal. if you saw him recently you'd swear he'd kill anyone. but when he gets in that ring on fight night something happens to him mentally and its all over. very puzzling and sad to me. all those guys i mentioned are great guys and great friends of mine. its hard to let go when its all you know. im thankful when my career was over it wasnt my choice. sucked then but now that im older im glad it wasnt me walkin away cause i dont know how i would have handled picking the right time to leave for good.
    HEARD IT WAS MANDATORY( by all the boxing commisioners ) THAT HE TAKES HIS MEDICATION days before the fight. Thats my opnion of what changes him prior to fight night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuttup
    HEARD IT WAS MANDATORY( by all the boxing commisioners ) THAT HE TAKES HIS MEDICATION days before the fight. Thats my opnion of what changes him prior to fight night.
    ya know i never even thought of that. ill check it out. that makes a ton of sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1819
    ya know i never even thought of that. ill check it out. that makes a ton of sense.
    look into that if you can!...Ive ehard this from a few reliable people

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