“Jimmy Kimmel Live” invited Iron Mike to sing a LeBron James tune. It was awful and equally amazing, as you’d expect.
(H/T: The Plain Dealer)
Tags: Jimmy Kimmel Live, LeBron James, Miami Heat, Mike Tyson, OKC Thunder
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GOAT? On the animal farm? Ali would have wiped the canvas with Tyson.
greatest of all time. dude
its bs to compare tyson and ali. its like comparing wilt and shaq. im still pretty sure though ali wouldnt have wiped anything wit tyson
Frazier beat Ali with one eye. Seriously. Boxed while being blind in one eye his whole career. You think Tyson wouldn’t have done the same while being faster and stronger than Frazier? Funny video though. His falsetto is a wonder to behold…
this was bad.
I just threw up a little in my mouth after viewing that…
all i gotta say, is the difference between mike tyson & anybody else, is that it only takes one punch! no matter if it is only 13 seconds into the fight, all it takes is one punch & its over! he literally had people scared of him like he was deebo offa friday!
so bad it was actually good
Did you know Mike Tyson has the faces of Mao and Che tattooed on his body? that’s what’s up!
Sugar Ray Robinson is the pound for pound GOAT, even Ali himself admitted this. I’m not a boxing expert though, so I’ll let ya’ll debate Ali vs. Tyson. My inexperienced money would be on Ali though.
i used to be a boxer for quite some time and as i see it tyson in his prime vs ali in his prime wouldve been a no brainer. tyson wouldve knocked ali out. i understand that us americans hype and respect ali for all his social and political achievements and his charisma as a person. i do so, too. but for real, tyson didnt only have a harder punch. his attack mode, flexibility, speed, coordination and killer instinct stand alone in the heavy weight class and can be compared to jordans greatness in basketball. no doubt thereve been better boxers in other weight classes if you see it pound for pound. but tyson in his prime was jusst the perfect boxer. who ever says something else, doesnt know much about heavy weight boxing.
I’m just glad that Mike seems to be fully back on his feet, enjoying himself and entertaining the public in some capacity. He’s done a lot of wrong in his life, but he was also taken advantage of and I have sympathy for him. Yall should check out that Tyson documentary, good stuff.
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