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FutureStarrMike Tyson - I'd Rather Go To WWE Even If AEW Paid More Money
Mike Tyson has faced adversity throughout his life. He was born into an unstable family and had to grow up in a challenging neighborhood.
He made history when he won the heavyweight championship at just 20 years old, cementing himself a place in boxing history and becoming an iconic personality.
Mike Tyson, born in a low-income Brooklyn neighborhood in 1970 and raised with his mother struggling to survive, experienced firsthand the hardship of growing up. But as a teenager he found hope through Tryon School for Boys and renowned trainer Cus D'Amato.
The trainer had a game plan to see Tyson lose his heavyweight title before turning 21 years old. In 1990, however, Tyson suffered one of boxing's greatest upsets when James "Buster" Douglas defeated him in an epic bout.
Tyson rallied and returned to winning form, taking down Frank Bruno and Bruce Seldon in consecutive bouts for his world heavyweight championship.
He continued to win, until his behavior both inside and outside the ring became increasingly unpredictable. Subsequently, his marriage to Robin Givens unraveled as well.
His conviction on date rape charges in 1991 was an especially shocking milestone in his career. A few years after, he bit Evander Holyfield twice on the ear and his post-boxing life became marked by drug-induced outbursts of anger.
At his peak, Tyson used effective brutality to dismantle opponents. His shift-switching technique made it impossible for opponents to defend against him and allowed him to get into positions quickly on the canvas, leading to many knockouts.
Tyson was unbeatable at his peak, and it is hard to imagine any other heavyweight champion being able to match him face-to-face.
Last week, Disney's Hulu launched their series Mike, and Tyson didn't need it. But he is an admirable person and deserves better than this.
If you want to become a fighter, having an excellent trainer is key. Mike Tyson was one of the greatest in this business; he spent thousands of hours honing his craft before becoming the heavyweight champion he is today.
Mike's training regimen was straightforward yet highly effective. He worked on honing his boxing intelligence and character, while listening to tapes of legendary boxers at night to study their moves in the ring.
He would start each morning by running three miles, followed by an intense workout at the gym. In order to gain strength and endurance, he did push-ups, dips, and even worked out with a barbell on his arms.
One of Mike's greatest coaches was Cus D'Amato. A former heavyweight boxer, he worked with several professional fighters and served as head trainer to many great heavyweights - including Mike's rival Marciano.
Many people mistakenly assume a trainer's role is to dictate what to do in the ring, but D'Amato was passionate about teaching boxers how to execute punches and combinations correctly. He even taught Tyson how to use a number system when throwing his shots, which helped him develop an accurate, fast style of punching.
D'Amato not only taught Tyson how to throw his punches, but he also made him practice defense. He taught him to always be prepared for a counterattack and how to throw many body/head combos in the ring.
Tyson's dedication, hard work, patience and determination paid off in the end. He went on to win two world titles and be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame; becoming a household name around the globe. Today he is considered by many to be the greatest heavyweight ever born.
Mike Tyson is one of the greatest heavyweight boxers in history, having achieved great success by winning multiple WBA, WBC and Ring Magazine titles. To do so he had to defeat formidable rivals such as Peter McNeeley, Buster Mathis Jr. and Frank Bruno twice for these honors.
Even though he was an incredible fighter, his childhood wasn't ideal. He suffered abuse as a child and his mother passed away from cancer when he was 16 years old; then, Cus D'Amato took charge of him, believing in his ability to become a boxing champion.
He began training at the Tryon School for Boys, where he was given the chance to work with some of boxing's greatest trainers. Through their guidance and support, he was able to transform his life and become the boxer he is today.
At 16, Tyson achieved great success, winning gold medals at both Junior Olympics in 1980 and 1982. Additionally, he became a national Golden Gloves Champion and earned himself a place in history by becoming the youngest person ever to hold such an office.
After his professional debut in 1985, he continued his winning ways and made quick work of several heavyweight contenders. He twice defeated Frank Bruno before going on to beat Evander Holyfield by an eleventh round stoppage to become the world heavyweight champion.
Tyson was involved in numerous lawsuits and allegations of sexual harassment during his professional career, including one alleging he groped actress Robin Givens. Furthermore, he was convicted of rape and assault in 1992.
Mike Tyson's public image was damaged following his 1992 rape conviction. There have been ongoing allegations of domestic violence and road rage against him; ultimately leading to one year in jail for assaulting two motorists.
Tyson has earned more than $400 million from fight earnings during his boxing career. Unfortunately, he also faces financial issues that have caused him to struggle financially.
He's experienced a difficult family life. Divorces three times and the loss of his daughter in a car accident are among his many hardships.
Despite all these obstacles, he remains an iconic figure in sports entertainment. His success has earned him many movies and his name is associated with numerous brands.
Tyson has made a fortune through fighting, as well as in the management industry. He's managed several renowned fighters such as Evander Holyfield and Roy Jones Jr. Additionally, he's coached and trained several professional wrestlers.
Mike Tyson is not only an excellent manager, but a wonderful father as well. He has seven children from different women.
The legendary world heavyweight champion was born in New York City to Lorna Smith, a taxi driver of Jamaican heritage who worked hard to provide for her children.
He experienced a difficult childhood, which has had an immense effect on his relationships. His first marriage was to actress Robin Givens, but it only lasted one year; they eventually divorced in 1989.
At that time, Tyson had several run-ins with the law. In 1988 he was sued for inappropriate sexual conduct with two nightclub patrons and later arrested for cocaine possession and driving while intoxicated.
Mike Tyson's current management team is led by Cody Rhodes, son of Dusty. Cody has the unique ability to assist his athletes in getting their lives back on track and is an excellent manager.
Mike Tyson, a former boxer and member of the WWE Hall of Fame, is an enthusiastic WWE fan. He's appeared on multiple wrestling shows such as AEW Rampage and Dynamite, plus shadow boxed with Shane McMahon backstage at WrestleMania.
On a recent episode of Hot Boxin with Mike Tyson podcast, Tyson discussed his relationship with WWE and why he would rather go there than AEW even if they offered more money. As a guest on the show alongside NFL player Sebastian Joseph-Day and The Undertaker, Tyson answered questions from listeners about his friendship with WWE.
Mike Tyson has made a fortune throughout his career. Millions of dollars from fights and other events, as well as sponsorship from many companies and brands, have contributed to his wealth. Plus, Mikey boasts an enviable face with millions of fans around the world.
Mike Tyson is renowned for his fierceness inside the ring, having faced off against some of boxing's greats such as Larry Holmes and Michael Spinks; Stone Cold Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels too! Michaels has earned himself a place among boxing history as one of its all-time greats.
However, Tyson had to navigate a difficult journey during his early years in the ring. Throughout those early years, he experienced many setbacks and controversy.
One of the more contentious moments in Tyson's marriage occurred in 1988 when he wed actress Robin Givens and reports surfaced of physical abuse by the boxer. Ultimately, they divorced in 1989 and various assault and harassment charges were leveled against him.
After his divorce, Tyson began a rapid descent into irrelevance in the ring. He engaged Evander Holyfield twice and lost both times; in their second fight however, he was disqualified for biting off part of Holyfield's ear - an enormous blow to the former world champion who now had been stripped of his title.