Arnold Schwarzenegger und Wladimir Klitschko sollen Hück bei seinem ehrgeizigen Ziel unterstützen. None. Große Ziele: Uwe Hück will Mike. Mike Tyson wird wie folgt zitiert: „Wer ist dieser Klitschko überhaupt? Ich habe keine Ahnung. Man muss den Namen googeln, wenn man etwas. Für Box-Legende Mike Tyson zählt der jüngst zurückgetretene Wladimir Klitschko zu den besten Boxern aller Zeiten. Dennoch glaubt er, dass.
Boxen: Mike Tyson adelt Wladimir und Vitali KlitschkoBox-Großmaul Shannon Briggs will den Comeback-Kampf von Mike Tyson skurril im Stil von WWE inszenieren. Auch Wladimir Klitschko soll. Mike Tyson wird wie folgt zitiert: „Wer ist dieser Klitschko überhaupt? Ich habe keine Ahnung. Man muss den Namen googeln, wenn man etwas. Der frühere Schwergewichts-Champion Mike Tyson hat sich vor dem zurückgetretenen Wladimir Klitschko und seinem älteren Bruder Vitali verneigt. Boxen: Mike Tyson adelt Wladimir und Vitali Klitschko Mayweather vs.
Mike Tyson Vs Klitschko Tyson vs Klitschko -OR- Mike Tyson would KO Wladimir and Vitali within 1 round VideoMike Tyson Vs Vitali Klitschko 1 Round K.O
Holding, grabbing, one or two punches, then hold again. By the third round, the fighters are throwing off-balance haymakers, no pun intended David Haye.
Vladimir Klitschko is rated the No. I do not know why you hate Joe Frazier so much that you actually call him one eyed dwarf when in reality he was taller than Mike.
I think that Mike Joe and Marciano are three small heavyweights who were sometimes much better than their taller oponents.
They all deserve credit. Not only Mike. Marciano deserves credit as boxer, not as heavyweight. Rocky Marciano wasn't.
Neither was he a heavyweight, nor was he fighting heavy boxers. Yes Joe mythology right? It seems that Joe and Muhammad are your least favorite boxers.
That is your opinion but it is not necessary to critisize them for not fullfiling your image of great boxers. They were great boxers my opinion. I can see how Joe and Mike can be compared with their comparable sizes and swarming style, that comparison is most close and obvious.
But that's where it ends imo. I can't see h2h Joe performing much better than his son. Frazier was nothing compared to Tyson.
Tyson even had better opponents at respective stages of their careers in relative and absolute terms. Also Tyson was a jacked athlete.
Frazier was not. Obviously Frazier was good boxer to make it to the top. But imo he was only champion for a time because he was lucky.
Ali was stripped. Frazier fought an elimination. Frazier got bashed by a real champion and lost it. The fact that Frazier beat Ali once and was problems for him was as the author tells it.
A proof that Ali was limited, not the greatness of Frazier. More specifically it was representative of the "styles make fights" hypothesis. Had he the power of Tyson, Frazier would have supplanted Ali conclusively.
Frazier would have failed against Holmes, another outside fighter and been stopped by all later ranged fighters quite easily because they all had big punches to catch him on the way in.
This is just my opinion Honza but I wanted to explain my view more fully since I have trash talked Frazier without really explaining it elsewhere.
Could Wlad or Vitali have beaten Tyson on that night? Possibly on points or by late round stoppage but that's not a given. You must be joking.
Tyson was a mile ahead on points and the fight is stopped when Ruddock's arms and legs declare independence from the rest of him. The K brothers have one huge advantage of Tyson though.
They are professional and Tyson wasn't after , not consistently and you can't keep doing that in boxing and get away with it. That was too too soon.
He wasn't down. He hadn't been counted. That was too soon a knockdown", "a total fiasco", "that was surely bad judgment", "another questionable judgment" and many other things.
Who cares what commentators think or says. Please, stop act like a typical fanboy. One of the most stupid arguments.
Some facts: Tyson knocked out Ribalta. This is a big difference. Tyson hadn't problem the height. I accept the height and weight mania reigns in this i think overmanaged,doping influenced boxing but Tyson beat lots of 6'4" or taller fighter easily.
Respect tha fact at least! And don't forget Holyfield,lewis,klitschko were very skinny beanpoles earlier but their WELL-trained years. I think their results based on doping and this is a shame.
For example the prime Lewis in ran a ridicolous incredible lame estimated at half mile in The Superstars. An average Joe can do this far better.
And Chris Byrd a weak,talentless,fat,glass-chinned,boring guy beat vitali. Boxing is an overrated suckfest! But, please respect the facts and don't create false,pathetic interpretations for klitschko sisters' reputation!
Talent arguments will go on in years and are fruitless. I guarantee you that even nowadays boxing fans ask questions like "Had Frazier more talent than Jim Jeffries?
I love Mike but have to agree with this analysis. He struggled with skills guys at 6'4 and over.
Both K Bros are extremely skilled and athletic and huge. Simply too much of an advantage. Whatever man, when it all comes to it, Klitschko's suck, they are the best because it is a weak era, if they were boxing in times of legends no1 would have ever heared of those 2 bozo's.
Their fighting style is always soooo boring to watch and they got absolutely no personality at all. What rubbish. In what era would you find the Klitschko's on the top tier?
If you think they are boring that is your call don't even try to say they would be anonymous in any earlier era you know that isn't true! Tyson is the sharpest double edged sword of boxing.
One thing is abundantly clear from the get go. Tactical boxing matches which also feature KO's are entertainment : but they do not excite nearly as much as a Tyson marathon does.
He was the most explosive HW of all time, my personal favourite to watch! Sure he has perfected his minimalist style to keep a swarming fighter like Tyson at bay, Tyson who has lost to far inferior competition to Wladimir, he is very skilled but there are 2 versions of Mike.
I know Mike fought lots of bums and cruisers early on when he was touted as the hottest thing since sliced bread and when the competition got better and bigger Mike became more challenged and that is true.
But it also coincided with the observable fact that after Mike fired Rooney you can clearly see a degeneration of his style. Lack of head movement, peek-a-boo guard and combination punching.
He lost himself. He was 7" shorter and 30lbs lighter and may never have been able to defeat prime Wladimir but in my opinion it took far more skill to stay in close and perform that style, that awesome defense and killer attack than it currently takes for Wlad to keep a fighter at bay and pick his shots while skipping out of range into relative safety when things get too hot.
If Tyson had kept it together and continued to develop that beautiful style he had there is no telling how much further it may have taken him.
He may never have beaten Lennox or might not have been able to defeat Wlad or Vitali, any claims to that are speculative, but I would certainly give him more than a punchers chance if things had been a little different for Mike.
What I'm trying to say is that it isn't hard to imagine Mike beating Lennox and moving on to being the greatest Heavyweight of the 90s as well as the 80s.
It didn't happen and may not have regardless of fate but I believe he had the tools to make it. He had and I think that if the match had hapenned 10 years before Mike would had bigger chance beating Lewis.
Imagine Riddick vs. Bowe in That would be good fight. Larry Holmes said that he would rather fight Lewis instead of Riddick.
What an epic battle lol. Holyfield is a stellar HW of course. And Bowe, despite not fighting a lot of the top contenders of the era which is a shame because he sure could have rocked, was still so awesome.
Whether he could have beaten Lewis we can't say but he sure as hell would have been the toughest competition he had faced.
Bowe had enough attributes, the size and skill to be one of the greatest champs as well. I understand Wladimir never wanted to fight his brother fair enough but Wladimir never fought anybody as massive AND skilled as Riddick Bowe.
His failure against the bigger boys would be a result of his physical limitations. His modern resistance training can compensate and increase for many things, except obviously height and reach and most importantly it does not significantly increase punch power!
It will in the sense that the increased muscle represents an increased weight. But the muscle strength, the usual bulk muscles anyway, increase it only slightly and are best developed through the heavy bag.
I think Holyfield's losses to his smaller opponents at HW may be a result of how weights may have stiffened him up somewhat.
A double edged sword, trying to gain muscle weight to fight the big boys but in the process negatively affecting your ability to match the smaller ones.
I agree. Good example was his fight with Byrd. I believe that being that young fast Evander than Byrd would not have much of a chance against him.
Also I like your favorites from 90s. Those guys would be dangerous in any era I believe. Yeah it's a mirror image list of mine as well.
George had the lasting attributes to fight on. Tommy may have faced some issues but that punch lol he was one of my favs im a fan :.
Mercer first to stop him and in brutal fashion was great and Larry shrewdly def Ray was proof how Larry's talent was sufficient to carry him past his prime into what I call the "golden age".
But it's hard to find one who would have any clear advantage against a prime Evander. David Haye? Haye vs Holyfield prime4prime.
Another interesting match. On another article I just said that Haye and Holy are somekind similiar. I was talking about Their fights with Lewis and Wladimir those are also very similiar.
It would be nice fight Haye vs. And for last I have one question. Do you think that Larry had better oponents than George?
I personally think that Larry was better boxer even that I like George more but their records seems very equal.
Alright let me say first that over all Larry defeated more good opponents over all but Foreman had a few good ones as well so I can see your dilemma there.
But despite being much slicker I have a hard time imagining Foreman not eventually being able to bomb out Michael Spinks young or old version , he didn't like to be hit very hard, Larry not being a really big hitter like Foreman having to go about this one the hard way.
I think Tyson would have defeated George too had they fought despite contrary statements from himself and his trainer. Larry has some pretty good fighters like Mercer on his list late in career when Foreman met his 90's contenders and Larry beat more of his.
Foreman failed against Tommy for example and the Moorer win was lucky imo. Anyway Larry is a better boxer of course but couldn't crack an egg compared to George so they are very interesting match up in fact.
The K brothers would last longer than most think though. I mean if they know they are fighting Mike Tyson, they aren't just going to paw and be a stick in the ground.
They would most certainly move a little faster than normal. And I see Vitali handling Tyson better than Wlad. Tyson's prime speed would have been the undoing of little brothers weak chin, no question.
But Vitali's height which he knows how to use , proven concrete jaw and awkwardness might have made for a horrible fight with Mike.
Tyson maybe on decision ala Tony Tucker but not a real exciting one. Tyson did not have a strong chin, and would struggle against someone with the intelligence and ability of either Klitschko.
In Tyson's prime, he'd destroy both. Mike's style - the swarming attack, the head movement and cutting off the ring - is tailor-made against taller opponents.
This plus Tyson's handspeed and frightening power in both hands would overwhelm the brothers. Though both of them have pretty good long left jabs and decent power in their right hand, they haven't encountered someone like Tyson who'd never stop coming at them and raining punches from all angles.
I think Mike could knock them out inside 5 rounds. Ok, some quick reality checks here I like the legend of Mike Tyson too Bonecrusher Smith was a beltholder Mike Spinks was a light heavy, not a heavy He went unbeaten from October to November as he reigned over the division, unifying the heavyweight belts.
But 'Iron Mike', who's still the youngest heavyweight champion in history, reckons he'd beat "almost anybody" on water, vegetables and vitamins.
Clean fighting, no drugs, food and water - the basics and I think I could beat almost anybody. Former unified champ Klitschko, 43, became a dominant force in the heavyweight division from the mids until his stunning defeat against Tyson Fury in During an 'Ask Me Anything' on Reddit , a fan asked Tyson for his verdict on Klitschko's long reign over heavyweight boxing.
The fan pointed to criticisms about the Ukrainian dominating for so long due to the lack of world-class boxers.12/18/ · Mike Tyson vs Klitschko brothers? Lets say Mike was in his prime and he was put up against Vitali or Vladimir. Could Mike have been capable of beating them? I think he could beat Vladimir but vitali would be a close fight. Source(s): mike tyson klitschko brothers: cattbass.com 0 0. 9/29/ · Mike tyson vs vitali klitschko who wins? I see the fight going like this I see the fight ending in Tyson knocks Vitali out like he did Tyrell biggs or Tyson 12 round dec. 11/27/ · The Brit ace KOd Tyson in the eighth round of a brutal bout, with his fight against Klitschko stopped after the sixth round after Lewis opened a huge cut above the Ukrainian's eye. Mike Tyson is 5’11” and was always the smaller man, but that never seemed to be of any concern. Although Tyson had a reputation as a knock-out artist, his boxing intelligence was highly. Despite fighting Tyson and Klitschko during his long career, Lewis plumped for Holyfield as his toughest-ever opponent. Lewis finished his career with a record of , with his final-ever fights coming against Tyson and Klitschko in 20respectively. The Brit ace KOd Tyson in the eighth. Evander Holyfield has stirred up boxing fans by stating his belief that a trilogy fight with former foe Mike Tyson is likely to go ahead. Holyfield has seen victory over Tyson twice before in the. Despite fighting legendary champions Tyson and Klitschko during his long career, Lewis plumped for Holyfield as his toughest-ever opponent. Lewis finished his career with a record of , with. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.