Even At 50 Yrs Old, Mike Tyson Still Throws A Life Changing Right Hand!

    

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In the ring, during his glory days, Mike Tyson was a formidable opponent. The man won his first 37 fights over a five-year-long span coming unstuck, famously at the hands of Buster Douglas in Tokyo. Two years later, he was convicted and put behind bars putting him out of the sport for four years. 1995 saw “Iron Mike” make a comeback via a very well-publicized comeback against Peter McNeely. He regained his WBC and WBA titles before a steady decline to his retirement in 2005.

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The below 11-second video is taken from a ‘comeback’ fight of sorts. It was well-documented that Tyson was facing considerable financial difficulties after squandering much of his amassed $300 million fortune. As such he undertook a ‘World Tour’ in 2006 in order to repay creditors and resurface from bankruptcy. The series of four-round bouts were against former training partner Corey “T-Rex” Sanders. As such he undertook a ‘World Tour’ in 2006 in order to repay creditors and resurface from bankruptcy. The series of four-round bouts were against former training partner Corey “T-Rex” Sanders.

   

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The fights were organized with Sanders allowed head protection, but Tyson not. The fight series was heavily criticised for Tyson ‘holding back’, but who could really blame him? He had to entertain. He also had to make the fights last in order to attract a crowd to the next gig.Both men appear to be carrying a little extra in their post-fight days. But we see that despite this Tyson still has his killer instinct.

   

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In one of the early rounds, Tyson unleashed a straight right cross that thunders into Sanders’ chin. He wavers, looking ready to go down. But Tyson steps in, holding him up until he regains composure! He wavers, looking ready to go down. But Tyson steps in, holding him up until he regains composure! The only thing better than the act is the viewer’s disbelieving commentary. Whilst pretty funny, the incident winds back the clock, showing some of Tyson’s devastating form!