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"I seem to be in the minority...." , posted Sat 8 Jun 10:08
I seem to be in the minority, but I hope tyson just wrecks Lewis, and knocks him out in the first couple rounds. Watching interviews with him, it's really sad; either he's always had brain damage, or years of boxing have GIVEN him brain damage. All he has in his life is either boxing, or female abuse/rape. Plus, if he can get the best of Sandman, Soda Popinski, and Super MachoMan, what chance does lewis have? LOL
Here's a question that I've posed to some people: even though it's obvious that he isn't the most technical fighter in the world, Tyson must still have incredibly strong punches. How much money would you take to be punched square in the face by Tyson? One punch, gloves or no gloves, no blocking or dodging? I wouldn't do it for less than a cool $5000. That would hurt like hell!
"This oughta be fun." , posted Sat 8 Jun 11:41:
Lennox Lewis may lack a killer instinct or a granite chin, but at least he still knows the game. Mike Tyson hasn't accomplished a damn thing since the two back-from-the-dead wins over Razor Ruddock. And I don't care what anyone says, Evander Holyfield owned him. (Please don't try to convince me that beating Andrew Golota is worth anything. All you need to beat Golota is a sturdy cup.) Essentially, it's the guy who can fight versus the guy who can't. Easy call.
The most likely result, IMHO, is a Lewis knockout in the late rounds. You never can tell with Tyson, though, and I wouldn't be surprised if he got himself disqualified for biting, or headbutting, or elbowing, or arm-twisting, or spitting, or throwing his feces at Lewis, so that he can claim that Lewis "didn't really beat him" for the three boxing fans who still care about such a ridiculously trivial distinction.
whitesword - Good one. The sad thing is, that fight would probably be a far better matchup than Tyson-Lewis is going to be. Plus you don't have to pay $55 to see it.
Rolling Start - But Lewis isn't going to stand still and get hit. Neither did Holyfield, BTW, and look how well he did.
And if a whiny weakling like Little Mac could take those guys, how hard could it have been for Tyson?
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[this message was edited by DKW on Sat 8 Jun 21:09]