'Iron Mike': Klitschko gehört zu den ganz Großen. Mike Tyson hat nach dem Rücktritt von Wladimir Klitschko dessen Karriere gewürdigt: "Auf. Mike Tyson war Schwergewichtsweltmeister im Boxen, kokain-, alkohol- und Schwergewichts-Titelträger Vitali und Wladimir Klitschko. mike tyson comeback.
Boxen: Mike Tyson adelt Wladimir und Vitali Klitschkomike tyson comeback. 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. Ich bin zurück!“ Mit diesen drei Worten kündigte Box-Legende Mike Tyson (53) sein Comeback an. In einem Trainings-Video, das durch soziale.
Mike Tyson Vs Klitschko Random Quote VideoINCREDIBLE! ESCAPE FROM THE RING! TYSON vs GOLOTA. Despite those monster fights, Lewis' double-header against Holyfield went down in boxing legend. The Brit ace KOd Tyson in the eighth round of a brutal bout, with his fight against Klitschko stopped after the sixth round after Lewis opened a huge cut above the Ukrainian's eye. The first came in November and saw Holyfield clinch the WBA belt in what was a significant upset by the thenyear-old. 12/18/ · Mike Tyson vs Klitschko brothers? Lets say Mike was in his prime and he was put up against Vitali or Vladimir. Could Mike have been capable of beating them? I think he could beat Vladimir but vitali would be a close fight. Source(s): mike tyson klitschko brothers: houckanderson.com 0 0. 9/29/ · Mike tyson vs vitali klitschko who wins? I see the fight going like this I see the fight ending in Tyson knocks Vitali out like he did Tyrell biggs or Tyson 12 round dec. 11/27/ · The Brit ace KOd Tyson in the eighth round of a brutal bout, with his fight against Klitschko stopped after the sixth round after Lewis opened a huge cut above the Ukrainian's eye. Tags: Mike TysonWladimir Klitschko. Januar Box zum Festnetz-Neuauftrag!
He's also an avid Bristol City fan. Advert Latest 3 hours ago. Klitschko returned to boxing in to fight Anthony Joshua for the world championship titles at Wembley.
Despite his lengthy championship reign in boxing, Klitschko suggested that he wasn't a "great champion. I think that would be also good idea for article.
As I said they are very equal. Even the ko ratio is the "same" they both had only 10 decision wins just like Ken Norton. Yeah I heard that Evander had Hepatitis or something during that fight and someone else said heart condition.
He seemed to bounce back to good health though whatever it was. I honestly think it would have been a prime match up Bowe and Lennox.
The thing with their respective records though is that Bowe was could somewhat be regarded as lucky he has only the one loss to Evander on his record later avenged anyway after the Golotta DQ and Lennox fought the much better opponents.
That's why author will pretty much dismiss Riddick, even though all that aside it would obviously be an epic fight. He just needed to hit the road more and lay off the pork chops a little lol.
Yeah not too many heads I know of that could stand up to too much punishment from those bastards lol ; Would have almost even survival chances against a gorilla lol.
This article is about Mike so I rewatched some of his fights. First I enjoyed his quick one with Mcneeley best was the staredown and his fight with Golota.
That one was very even but I think that Mike became much slower after his fights with Holy. Lewis vs Golota was completely different.
I think that is how should Lewis fight with Vitali. Jump on him and take no prisoners. Again Tommo definetly watch Legendary nights documentarys.
They are great. Mike Tyson would have done better by knocking them both out. Vitaly Klitschko is a good fighter because of his martial arts background.
He would have beaten Tyson in a mixed martial arts bout. China jaw Vladmir would have fallen before round five. The above reports are skewed as they only take into account heavy weights in the autumn of Mike's career.
Frank would have made comparison with the defensive Klits more convenient. The big is better argument would not hold good at all. When most of Tyson's fans speak of his prime, they actually refer to his pre prison era.
Klitschkos are great defense fighters but would stand a snow ball's chance in hell if put in the ring with Iron mike Tyson.
Do you feel that pre-jail Rooney's Mike would have been able to defeat Lewis too? One could draw the conclusion that Mike would lose against the Ukrainians based roughly on what Lewis did to him but most agree, me included that this wasn't Mikes peak and definitely not as great as he could have been.
I would have very much liked to have seen history be much kinder to Mike, he is one of my favourites. I never really seen Mike beat anyone as large and skilled as the giants so he's unproven there really.
But I believe he had what it took. On the flip side of that argument though, I see nobody in the Heavyweight division today to challenge the Ukranians which has the combined features of speed, power, style and fury that Iron Mike posessed.
It would be a very welcoming sight!! Mike was one of the kind same as George. I know that they were both different but they both possessed a ko power.
Even in during Mike vs. Lewis fight you can see that Lewis was still fully aware of Mikes power even when he was winning.
Mike s only real disadvatage was size. I still think tha is why he lost to Buster Douglas. But I diagree that his prime ended before his prison time.
I think it was Evander who ended Mikes prime. Just watch Mikes confidence before that battle. He was looking forward to that fight. But you know that pitbull from Georgia just could not go down.
Actually Evander vs. Mike I-II are for me something like a last hurray. They were last champions I really liked.
Then came times of big strong guys Lewis and Klitschkos. Sad times. Yeah I agree about Lewis fight. Even though Mike was worked over in that fight, Lewis played it very cautious until Mike was worn down.
Especially the first round Mike got some good shots in and looked like there might have been a flash knock down but it didn't last.
I think that time frame you mentioned for Mike's prime is valid in the sense that he was still very much into boxing then and still held his own self-image as a killer in the ring.
I also see the speed and movement degrading though from a much earlier time, whether it was just because he got heavier or not properly trained anymore I don't know but it wasn't the same Mike for me.
Watch Tyson VS Gross, The way he evaded that final assault from Reggie, maybe 20 punches all slipped except a few punches which were minimized by head movement is testament to how agile Mike was at this stage of career.
He kind of transitioned into a slugger later on. You could tell Foreman was patiently walking him down keeping the pressure up hoping to bomb him out like he did to Moorer, and how strong is George when he got sick of Tommy in his face in I think 2nd round and just shoved him into the corner lol.
But I reckon Tommy looked sharp as in this fight, he back pedalled the whole fight but whipped in some snappy combos and hard knocks.
Old George took em good though. Tommy was puffing hard but his work rate was flat out in this fight. He still knew to respect Georges power!!
Yeah even though I still like boxing today I have to admit, todays HW fights don't really compare to the magic that guys like Evander and Mike did.
Everyone could hold Evander in high regard and even early Mike was a peoples champion. Hard to identify with a cocky or smug giant beating everybody up.
Yeah I agree. I only have some sympathy for Haye and Deontai because those two can come up with some excitement. I am really looking forward to Vitalis retirement because then Wlad will be on his own.
But maybe I could like them if they loose and if so without complaining especially Vitali talking about lossing because injuries is annoying.
Did you watch legendary nights? Also beyond the glory is ok. 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.
Anybody who knows boxing will tell you Tyson was better than both the bros. Tyson was no joke in Tyson kos him Originally Posted by HeavyweightCP.
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Without a doubt. I have GOT to get some of whatever you guys are drinking Mike Tyson beating them in his prime Ok, other facts. So, now lets flash to the scenario.
In neither scenario does he win. I could see Mike chopping both of them down with monster hooks. Show more answers 1. Still have questions?
Get your answers by asking now. 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.