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Old 08-23-2010, 12:42 AM   #7 (permalink)
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What you guys don't understand is that his trainer Cus D'Amato molded Tyson into the youngest champion he was. His career gradually declined once he passed on. Cus instilled discipline into his training. He had raw talent and could have been one of the best champs. No way he would have lost to Buster. Imagine how things would have unravelled; Evander and eventually Lennox.

As much as it's a different sport, Tyson would have done well in K-1, but not so much in UFC unless it was against another striker. Definitely would have blasted Bob Sapp...lolz.

I don't think Toney could keep up with Tyson's speed, defense, head movement and power. Watch...


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