Knapp 23 Jahre nach dem Ohren-Skandal im Fight zwischen Mike Tyson und Evander Holyfield scheint ein dritter Boxkampf zwischen den. Der große Mike Tyson feiert heute Nacht sein Box-Comeback gegen Roy ehe um 3 Uhr die Hauptkämpfe live auf Sky Sport 3 beginnen. November , MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Evander Holyfield, Niederlage / TKO Jones hat geschätzt 3 Millionen Dollar eingesteckt. Tysons Fazit: "Ich bin froh, dass ich das hinter mir habe und freue mich darauf, es noch einmal.
Wer zeigt / überträgt Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. heute live?US-Medien zufolge liegt ein 3. Boxkampf zwischen den Box-Legenden Mike Tyson und Evander Holyfield auf dem Tisch. Tyson vs. Holyfield III: Mega-Comeback der Box-Legenden? Mike Tyson und Evander Holyfield haben ihr Comeback im Ring angekündigt. Der große Mike Tyson feiert heute Nacht sein Box-Comeback gegen Roy ehe um 3 Uhr die Hauptkämpfe live auf Sky Sport 3 beginnen. November , MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Evander Holyfield, Niederlage / TKO
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Holyfield has never been known as a party animal and should be better preserved from a health standpoint than Tyson.
Tyson: Without question, Tyson took less physical punishment in the ring than Holyfield. Fight Outcome: Tyson has more bullets left in his gun, and his advantages in reflexes, hand speed, and hunger should carry him to a relatively easy win in a short bout tailor-made for his style.
Expect Evander to keep things respectable with his decent jab before absorbing a few bombs that send him back into the abyss.
Bet Tyson to win via referee stoppage in the 3rd. Holyfield 3 Preview. Follow boxingnews24 Press News Bakole vs. Wach on Dec. So how likely is a fight between the boxing legends?
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Eric Lindros vs. As a center for the Philadelphia Flyers, the reality was unfortunately less than the legend tried to sell.
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Within a year, Lindros was done playing for the Flyers, famously sitting out for an entire season because the team wouldn't trade his rights as he requested.
John Rocker vs. New York City What was supposed to be an innocuous interview as part of a feature in Sports Illustrated quickly turned into an all-out war between Atlanta Braves pitcher John Rocker and the entire city of New York.
His response, which took shots at single mothers, the LGBTQ community and just about every ethnic persuasion going so far as to call Mets fans "degenerates.
Terrell Owens vs. From his battles with 49ers head coach Steve Mariucci to his struggles with Eagles head coach Andy Reid, it seemed there wasn't a locker room Owens couldn't poison.
As a player, Owens was innately talented, but for all his talent, his need for his coaches to recognize and praise that talent was equally as great.
Coupled with his on-field antics and petty contractual disputes, Owens would eventually find himself as persona non grata at just about every stop throughout his career.
Allen Iverson vs. Many thought pairing Iverson with the legendary Brown would be a match made in heaven, but their styles clashed immediately as Brown's structured approach toward the game turned Iverson off, especially when it came to the concept of practice.
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Moorer knocked the previously undefeated Botha out in the final round to retain the title. The last fight before the main event was contested for the World Boxing Organization championship.
Akinwande emerged victorious with a tenth-round knockout in the first defense of his belt. Tyson came out fast and sent Holyfield reeling with his first solid punch.
Holyfield, who had studied Tyson's style intensively, later explained that Tyson dipped to his left, from which position he usually loaded up a left hook, but on this occasion surprised Holyfield by firing a right cross.
Holyfield tied Tyson up and revealed the first surprise of the fight, his superior strength, as he pushed Tyson backwards.
Tyson would never seriously hurt Holyfield for the remainder of the fight. Holyfield defended effectively for the rest of round one and hammered Tyson with several counterpunches.
After the end of the round, Tyson threw a punch after the bell; an unintimidated Holyfield retaliated. In the second, Holyfield drove Tyson into the ropes and stung him with a hard combination, and his strategy for the match became clear.
As Tyson mainly threw one punch at a time, Holyfield blocked the first attack, then used his strength to clinch, and shove Tyson backwards.
Keeping Tyson on the back foot minimized his power and affected his balance, and gave Holyfield the opportunity to come forward and score with combinations to the head.
As the rounds passed, Tyson was unable to adjust, and found himself being thoroughly outboxed. In the fifth round, Tyson landed a fierce combination, his best of the match, and Holyfield did not stagger.
In the sixth, a headbutt from Holyfield judged accidental by Halpern opened a cut over Tyson's left eye, and Tyson also suffered a knockdown, as Holyfield caught him with a left hook to the chest as Tyson rushed in.
Holyfield continued parrying Tyson's charges and catching him with punches to the head. With 15 seconds left in the seventh round, Tyson lunged at Holyfield as Holyfield came forward, resulting in a hard clash of heads.
Tyson cried out in pain and his knees buckled, but again the referee judged the headbutt to be unintentional. Tyson was examined by the ring doctor, and tied Holyfield up for the rest of the round.
During the next two rounds, Tyson continued missing wild punches and absorbing counterpunches from Holyfield. At the end of the tenth round, a punch from Holyfield sent Tyson staggering across the ring.
Holyfield chased him into the ropes and landed a series of devastating blows. By the sound of the bell, Tyson was out on his feet and defenseless, but his corner allowed him out for the eleventh.
Holyfield quickly landed another brutal extended combination, sending Tyson back into the ropes. All Sport. By Michael Benson. Getty Images - Getty.
Topics Mike Tyson Evander Holyfield.