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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

10:15 min | Last month

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Corner

"We're talking about boxing we're talking about A. Ufc fight is going down in Vegas. At the APEC Center highlighted. By tyron Woodley. They also have a paper if you coming up next week. So business is picking up in the world of MMA continuing to roll on that front. We also have boxing about to start taking top rank announced when they will return. We expect others to follow suit shortly. So we're getting back into the thick of things. It is exciting again in combat sports to get going before all the other sports gives us stuff to talk about To start this episode though dre something that just came across my desk and I felt like just throwing it in here at a whim to start it off. And that is the highest paid fighters of twenty twenty twenty thousand nine hundred twenty twenty right so the past year. We've seen a good amount of fighters I thought get big paydays. What comes in that. Only five of them crack the Forbes top one hundred paid athletes and leading the pack. We have Tyson fury route number. Eleven fifty seven million earned last year. We have Conor McGregor coming. In at forty eight million ranked sixteenth we have Anthony Joshua shut to zone ranked nineteenth a forty seven million wilder twentieth right behind him at forty six point five and can Nilo ranked thirtieth at thirty seven million. I'm shocked right. 'cause I don't know you guys plan I know you guys don't do pay per view but if you list these four got these five guys together. Maybe I'll Khanna McGregor fought once I believe in the it's from June from this June. Two last year he fought wants and netted the forty eight mill outside of Conor McGregor. I'm not sure how con- Canola Alvarez isn't second on this list Does double the pay per views of wilder and fury. He hasn't fought. He fought twice last year. He fought September over live. He fought of that. Was this one fight. Wow Okay so that's why it's at thirty seven. She okay. Fury fought between June. June fought twice while talk twice because they both have warm-ups. Yep You're right so they had warm ups for each other And then you have Elaine and that you had or teams then fought each other's. Let's to fights. Joshua fought twice 'cause in June. He was upset and hit three match. So that's twice. Canola me that in one. Connor made that in one okay so they would've been wanting to slow down. Man is Yo- fury from where he was too being. The number one paid fighter sports at fifty seven million in a calendar. Year is incredible. Incredible I the man was three hundred and fifty pounds. He says like seventeen stone is what he said. It's crazy to come back. I expected Joshua to get here expected. Wildest Gate here 'cause they're heavyweights right. Every traditionally get paid. Fury's the biggest surprise to me and connor forty-eight eight mill. I thought that was low especially for proper whiskey. But maybe there's just counts. How much pay out and not your your entities in which yells is going to be my question because this does this. Include advertising market like anti Joshua's under armor so does include any other yes it includes endorsements four put in endorsements but not what you own so connor owns proper whiskey. He they only included what they cut him in a check for last year. Not The entire equity of the company so his equity if he sold that shit would shoot him through the moon. I'm sure I'm sure of it. Could Lord a s a lot of money man? I mean look canal. Oh She's one fight. Looks like thirty seven mill but what I think contracts thirty right thirty five a fight so he brought in like two mill. Endorsements Floyd Mayweather brought in zero in endorsements cleaning. That's doesn't endorse shape. Never seen commercial. Did Bananas thing ever. But these guys I mean Korea cash conor McGregor being the cash. Cow this this forty eight million dollar figures very interesting to me because he he did fight one time. Yeah and makes you a man? We're going to talk about John. Jones Fransen God who thing but man it makes you wonder how much of fighters getting made that we don't know about. I mean a lot of this has to be on the back end right like he and it seems like you have see is doing this which. I mean from what I've heard on the record with John Jones. And everything is that he's seeking this guaranteed money but the USC seems to be offering incentive based contracts. You put up this number you get this amount so on and so forth percentages whatever so when you look at that. I can see a guy like connor betting on himself. It's an easy return. Isn't that what floyd did when he went out like when he left top rank and went to showtimes? Like I'm going to better myself. And that's how. He started making Boo Koo Bucks because his numbers started going through the roof so connor. I can see him saying it. Better myself if you're John Jones. Which we'll talk about later the yeah. I'm not sure he's in a position to bet on himself. In terms of pay per view buys mature. If that's you know I don't know of him. I Francis and God who gives him what he thinks. He's going to get which might be why he wants. Guaranteed money which we'll talk about. John Jones him refuting. So is it troubling to you to see one? Mma person this is the five guys on the top one hundred. I don't know how do we gotta go to find another. Mma Guy on this list when it to we might name into seventeen boxers before we get to the next guy in like Daniel Cormie. I don't even know who's next but it'll take forever to get to those guys and Connor had to go to boxing to establish this type of payday. Is this still? How do you justify that they do the same model dinner on the same network? Tyson fury and Conor McGregor on the same network. Same pay per view platform. Same selling point everything and he's bringing in fifty seven mill. Why is no one else you? I don't know if you take the next ten annual salaries of the UFC and they add up to a Tyson fury made for two fights atom of Nido. Yeah I don't I don't think you do so is talk has to be something different right like how do you justify this? I in the U. OF C. Model is Kinda McGregor. Just broke it. But it's the brand over. The fighters is a UFC then Dana White. Then everybody else kind of took it into his own hands it fuck all that Rhonda Kinda did too but it was different like Rhonda was like an anomaly at the time. And that's worker Ronda. Rousey McConnell came in called his shots like bet on himself. You dared anybody to call. His bluff has the perfect storm of fights fought quickly ended them faster. And you WANNA see him. Talk the right amount of Shit like he did everything right. There's going to be so hard like the. Us GOING GONNA look. This didn't ever GONNA WANNA pay another fighter again this kind of money because as much as I love Connor and what he brings to the table. They don't WanNa pay this money to somebody else. Because it's a huge risk counter had to win to get this far and still I don't WanNa say completely mind blowing but he got choked up India's in that helps them get paid more right like it didn't really matter because he had a built in excuse and I guess that's what happens when you take proper risks proper twelve properous. He fought in the weight class to weights higher than his regional. Wait an last minute fight so it didn't really matter. People always washed up news. Fine then one beautiful lost F. I different story. Then he wanted to. He lost the copied snuffed out anyone. All he did was give Khabib. The RUB could start. Everyone's to star Neko's back. He doesn't biggest pay-per-view number. They got unfortunately Donald's star star in his own right but connor was the star. No-one no-one moves needles icon interesting to see what connor does compared to like a Cannella. True Canola pay-per-view foot because I still think Nilo has that drawing power is just you know he's on a platform. Now you get your money straight up and catch money straight up note. No shame in that just broke down thirty five mill- fight shit that take that to the bank..

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:48 min | Last month

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"What it could have been so that's the good but at the risk of Santa Collins over here putting those of coal in my stocking I have to say F. you know I think if this would have happened when you know yes yeah we're talking about a we're gonna put courts on TV is not going to be great everyone and I was like yeah yeah that will be great I get to watch something but since then Ferguson again she had fought at UFC on real the highly competitive world class fight you know in a world class sport to determine the number one contender in that division really and that turned out to be an excellent version of what it might have been the weather's heating up we're about to get to real sports and so had this taken place six weeks ago I have been much more enthusiastic as it was it was a fun you know celebrity kind of party and they were playing golf in Santa I'm sorry I hope you don't put coal in my stocking but you know it's not like so not like Tyson Holyfield so so so this is the kind of day is gonna be we use starting to sell off eighteen on the fact that this was a great watch and it was forty two was playing golf and everybody is starving in the fact that golf had been played in a minute also did Max Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson wore out there as well playing golf to the best to ever do it in the game and I did it for my for my entertainment standpoint to you it might have been to a lot of people including myself who is not a golf enthusiast I'm like you know this is really really dope to watch some of the psychology holds all Brady is as well you've got to learn some things you've got to learn some things.

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on Sports Wars

Sports Wars

05:36 min | 9 months ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on Sports Wars

"A long time boxing legend Teddy Atlas you know him way back from his days as a fighter trainer now an author and analyst of podcast you can listen to him hosting the fight where they are they're doing hypothetical matchups they're breaking things down there they're talking about how to fix certain elements of boxing teddy thank you very much for joining us pleasure when you think about Tyson Holyfield do you think more about now in twenty nineteen their differences or their similarities. I mean it's always the differences I mean these guys couldn't be more different as human beings as people I saw I think about the truth I think about and I'm not saying I didn't of in a way where like you know I'm owner of the truth or a guy that only establishes an understanding of the truth I'm talking about the nicknames for Holyfield he was to truth Tyson was never the truth he was truly the the bad man he was truly the tough guy you know Tyson was exceptionally gifted guy with great power great speed all the products Steve you will because I started training when he was twelve years old and he was one hundred ninety pounds and at twelve years old and not about muscle and he was not able to go in there when it was thirteen years old as I continue to train him he was able to get in there would with grown men to a certain extent until it got too place where more than his physicality was tested his his characterists tested it also it was a situation where he would be okay physically until he got tested into areas where he wasn't matching with what he was xactly in other words he was never strong mentally he was never strong in those areas he was brought up in a way where he was able to loyd certain things that might straighten your nose areas you know his physicality was always powerful as I said he's twelve years old he was able to get in there with with people that were grown with the people who are grown men but when it was just a physical tussle he was fine but when they had to be more plate than just physical attributes than just you know arm wrestling or just you know being able to hit somebody obliterate somebody when it came to stain overcoming listen when you're young tom you have an excuse because those traits have to be developed but some of them have been developed already by the way you live your life you know if if you're if you're not going out all women in an elevator and your mo is to save Ma'am can I hope you would bags you know in the Brownsville area of Brooklyn and even your twelve years old eleven years old and you have to physicality Oh and you using it in a weak way and obviously a terrible way quite frankly right but where you're you will set up a woman by saying can I help you ma'am and then when elevator doors closure knocked him out and you'd you'd take the purse or whatever so those were some of the things he was doing before he went away to try on which was you know a juvenile detention setup about side of Albany which is how mice self because tomorrow got involved with him and he came to us so that never leaves you when the moment comes then had now you have to feel like a viking now you have to you've run up and now you have to feel like a warrior a gladiator all the digs you know the professional self to be and that is part of the territory party you roam potty your environment in the ring and now you have to be that if the moment comes that you have to be more that you can't intimidate somebody if the moment comes that you can't run somebody over like you know a monster truck could run over 'cause if you can't run someone over and it gets to those areas where more than you physical being gets challenged you got a problem you got a problem because now you don't feel like that warrior it feels like it's ally now when you challenge you look for something you grab for something you groped for something you grasp something to to be that person and that person's not there now all the week things come to you and you're exposed and for me that's what that was about that Holyfield's nickname was real deal Oh he was the real deal he he was the truth in that into that sort of way the the real deal that I am what I profess myself to be where Tyson he never really was for Tyson was was a bit of a Mirage I mean yeah the Powell was real yeah the speed was real yes knockouts were real but that when the curtain got pulled back you saw the the wizard wasn't really too powerful.

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"I'm your host Jeff melon off with me as always as my partner in crime. Mark Souza for 'til Thursday till I'm gone. I'm homeless into. Well, I'm alone. There's no one here beside and the sucks anyways continue I'll live continuing from one way to you only can go forward, and I can't go backwards. Right. That's not entirely true. My car goes backwards all the time. Will in life in time. You can't go backwards. What did they say linear? Unless you're traveling. You're probably going to say, do you? Did you ever hear this Gracie theory about that during the Mike Tyson Holyfield fight, no happen? There's a guy in the background with a camera that looks awfully like similar to like a Samsung galaxy phone interesting like it looked like it now in the nineties where that we ever seen the theory about time traveling based on the creator of the Simpsons. Yes, that's creepy. Because there's a lot of accurate stuff about it. There is a lot of accurate of weird things. Anyways. Man. Let's talk basketball. What do you say? Yes. No. Maybe sure. Why not? I mean, you're in that role right now between the all star break. We'll we're at the end of the all star break as basketball returns to action tomorrow tomorrow, I love ya tomorrow. So we have the the last. The season. I'm not gonna see my resort to one of your favorite saying cut my life. I'm I'm showing the picture of the infamous whole banner Holyfield, Mike Tyson fight in the background. There is a looks like to be a smartphone. Guys. Hold down the middle of like one bus. You. Thank you doesn't. It. Look like though like, how do you explain that? I can't explain it. It was a nine hundred ninety five. There was no such thing as a smartphone. There were supposed to see is a phone. Okay. That's not true. But granted regardless that's go back into the talk of the National Basketball Association of America. I love saying the the NBA is said he ADA the American dodgeball association of America, which I wish was real. But will never get the be fortunate for that. But anyways, regardless moving on the NBA also break officially ends tomorrow as games happen tomorrow. And we have some interesting storylines to go about first and foremost can the Lakers make it to the playoffs. Even with his losing record..

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"You know, you have see guy uses hands fee, choke shoe. He he throws you to the ground. He wrestles you all those different disciplines, which you have to master the mall now in boxing, you master one now for you have see guys step into the ring and sale. I'm gonna throw punches for twelve rounds in possible. He hasn't been training that way, and he hasn't been brought up that way. So when you step in the ring, I was at four your fight. I've always said as a sports caster. I was never nervous watching a sporting event except heavyweight fights where I would get butterflies in my stomach when you are walking into that ring. It's incredible. I tell people all the time it's better than Super Bowls. It's better than everything in the world that three and a half minute walk. What is going through your head Tyson Holyfield three minutes left walking in the ring anxiety nerves? No, you know, what it is. When I hear when I hear taste those crazy ball by Bob Marley. It kind of relaxes me. I take my time going to the ring. So as interesting when I'm watching a fight watching one of my fights where I'm walking into the ring and watching my opponent. He's like, here's the music, and he's like where is he he's taking a long time. And it really does my opponent in when I take that long time to get to the rings those three minute walk. I'll make it a five minute walk hardest. You were ever hit entering. Glad you said an arena because I was gonna I was just thinking when my mom hit me the last Tyson got one good pop on you. And it may have been the seventh round you were getting onto tight and I fire a call. He hit you with a left or not per cut a cook uppercut good with boxing. I can remember this. And I'm tall. I'm taller ready so much enough to go that far is like okay up. Good. Order in. Oh, that would have been a big Oprah come ahead with a move. That's how he knocked out. Buster Douglas number BUSTER dominated the fight. When you were watching BUSTER and Tyson. You must that must have given you great confidence because you were much better fighter than BUSTER. So when you were watching them in Tokyo, my interpretation is you're watching that thinking this. I'm I'm a better version of BUSTER. I mean, when you watch those type of fights, you never know what each fighters doing, you know, you hear bustard he's is mother passed away. So he's got that meant to issue. You know, this fights for his is family's for his mother did this died. So that's a lot of power. He's going into the ring with then you got Tyson. You don't know what he's been doing the night before? Or or how what is training discipline was all these different things. Always see is the end result of this. And the end result was him obviously losing. And then we hear about the stories after. Yeah. That's a big part of boxing is all he didn't go into the ring in great shape and every fight. But when when he went out against Joe Frazier. He was in great shape, Lennox Lewis here three time champ. Absolute pleasure, by the way, this Saturday on FOX world featherweight champ Santa Cruz versus Raphael Rivera. It's been an honor. I watched you multiple times the refined. People didn't appreciate you til late. But your record was forty two was at forty two forty one.

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"When they get a bookie back on the eighteenth, which I'm curious to see how he's gonna fit in -fensive Lee with his team it it's a different dynamic when Steph get the clicking and get the going because he stretches stretches everyone's defense to the max before you could cut a load the paid a little bit in back. Off on a few nights Kuwait. And sometimes I Katie, but when Steph is out there, your defense is to the max because you have to extend everywhere and on top of that he's great without the basketball. So he's constantly in motion. He'll give it up and just keep running. And it makes it very difficult for the defense. Reg will be on the call Sixers Pacers on Thursday night at seven eastern on TNT with Kevin Harlan also part of TNT's blockbuster MLK day tripleheader. He's got the rockets and the seventy Sixers also on that day. Warriors lakers. Ten thirty eastern red safe travels going to check in with you. Thanks for joining us as always beat or danettes. You're the best. I'm going back to Indiana on song, by the way on Thursday. I will kiss the ground for you. It was when me you and Mark Jackson, and that's mochi bar. We had our our come to Jesus moment. This was fantastic during the final four. It was that moment. I was like your door. We are we're together. We're gonna be together. Forever. My friend. We you and Mark Jackson didn't agree on anything. No. We still don't like Tyson Holyfield Marino, Montana. I remember. And you guys looked at me like I was going to decide which one and then when I would pick one. And then you then the other guy would be yelling at me. And I remember smoking cigars having some drinks. And you guys were so excited about that conversation. Great. I'm gonna leave you with this one because I asked you this one's own ego in versus rod Karoo who you go on with. This was missiles are big when that we always used to get into it who you're going with Tony Gwynn rod Karoo, Tony Glynn. Oh, you're killing me. Let me talk to you later. You're the best. Thank you ranch. That's Reggie Miller. We're back last call for phone calls this day in sports history. All that coming up next, Dan Patrick show. Every car comes with its share stories, right?.

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"One guy who can't Albert Einstein Showtime boxing list. Okay to me. But he Michael's not here. Albert, Einstein is Showtime boxing. Analysts will be in studio next Saddam show. ESPN LA Sodano show. Brian Kim Annette ski ski in. Thanks, Mike Trudell for sitting in for a little bit. We got a lot of stuff coming up today. Shenanigan mckay's she's going to be stopping at five. Fifteen Michael Blackson, great comedian coming into five thirty. But right now, the great Showtime boxing analyst Al Bernstein here. Al thanks for coming in nice to be with you guys high. So any are not boxing, people know K put even wing, but you are people we are people for your halfway this. So you're you're almost qualify. Thank you. At least the knowledge in our humanity. Exactly. That's what I'm here for like when I was little though, like the heavyweight division like am forty three. So like, I remember like the heavyweight fights and all that kind of stuff, and that, you know, I guess maybe after sorta Tyson Holyfield, it's just this So sort of like, like. the kind of just easy eroded over time. This is like one fight that even I kind of like, okay, I know that guy. No Deontay wilder people really like him. I know Tyson for your maybe it's just because he's got an awesome name for a heavyweight like what makes this fight. So you know, kind of big for this division. You've got LeBron Kobe magic Jack Nicholson everyone's gonna be there at Staples Center. Yes. Well, you know, the the heavyweight division boxing in general has had a very nice renaissance in the last four or five years of product has been exceptional. It's been getting more mainstream. Sports media present company excluded has paid paid.

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Corner

"Now. It's. Because America's ten thousand sports. So like, you're you're playing you're having this fight like LeBron's playing the night. Everybody knows what Brown is playing tonight. He's playing the Pacers at Staples tomorrow night. The Lakers are playing the Mavericks at Staples last night, the clippers who are number on the west. And I don't know how to fuck that happen this the number one the Western Conference. I what the hell is going on right now. Okay. But see that. But people like even though the clippers don't get the respect like the Lakers do more people know about the clippers, and they know about the wild type period. That's not to say, this is not going to be a big fight. There are a lot of celebrities. I got that are coming out to the site. It's a big deal is a heavyweight fight. But if it's different it's a different vibe like everybody is in a boxing fan. Like, there's going to be people coming to see the spectacle. But they don't really care about the fight because they don't know these guys. Whereas at the Joshua fight everybody in that arena was a box of fame. They knew Josh was record. They knew who. Vecchi was they do the under-car fighters. They knew everything there's not really famous here. It's just coming to see a show. That strew, but I think people tune in like, okay, it's pay per view might spend a little money afterwards. Definitely social media will be buzzing. See the highlights everyone talking about it. Everyone will go. I think the fights going to be a big deal. I think a lot of people are going to tune in for this fight. I'm just concerned. Like, it's like you said like even if he wins like an like, the heavyweight division doesn't have an American counterpart. That's we're kinda out with the anti wilder like is dancing wilder and then everybody else from the other countries. It's like the blight man faces the world whereas like Tyson Holyfield Tyson was a bunch of Americans. So you kind of knew who he was fighting of Andhra Holyfield and Riddick Bowe were two Americans beaten shit at each other. Muhammad Ali Joe Frazier were to Americans beating should I don't really have that that kind of opponent. He has Tyson fury, but only boxing fans, no Tysoe fear in people overseas. So I'll be surprised like this is a pay per view fight. I'll be surprised if this does over two hundred fifty thousand paper views and be a really good Mexican. Heavyweight. There hasn't been one of those yet. I mean, I don't know. If that's generics of what like like, Chris areola who fights on the other card had his chance. But he he just clearly wasn't good enough. But we yeah. I mean, John Ruis nobody wanted to watch him fight. He was terrible to watch. It was good that Mexican style heavyweight because that'd be that'd be a good foil. But it's just we don't have it. So it's it's been an interesting atmosphere away. But I will say this like I thought it was the wrong idea to put this by Nola. Nah, I like it out here. Like, this is this is a great atmosphere in terms of, you know, bring a celebrities out and getting attention and having the media because there's no media like LA media side from New York media, which I'll get the seen a few weeks canola. Yes. So I mean it once again, this is what's good? You bring this to the media. You bring this to the celebs. So hopefully, when he does come to Vegas, if we get a fighter, and it's the fight capital world and build it up, then they will come and then they have like something established in and they have a connection to the auntie wilder. So now, I'm looking forward to that fight. It's going to be good official predictions. I have wilder winning tenth round knockout. While the win about knockout too. But it's interesting because the more that I look at these two. The one thing about Tysoe fury. That's if Tyson fury would have fought Joseph Parker, Carlos tackle Dominic. Brazil, anybody anybody note, I probably would have picked Tyson theory win this fight because I've always said that while there's a little sloppy he crowds himself when he get somebody hurt ties a few years..

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Corner

"Like so interesting because that'd be kind of keeping track of the Bill towards us fighting the cultural differences between Tyson fury, the right in the story about this tonight about why Deontay while is not a superstar because there are like heavyweight has always been the glamour division in boxing in the past twenty year. Well, not twenty sixteen years. We haven't had a meaningful heavyweight fighting states that featured in American since Tyson in Lennox Lewis and Tyson wish Josh she was. Since then the head and Rachmat have here. I don't wanna give. But like, that's when Tyson Holyfield Bo even Buster Douglas, and I got a screen of the documentary, by the way about why they should tonight the the forty two to one, but a the the glamour like the heavyweight division has been the cream of the crop in boxing since inception until like two thousand two right? But the funny thing is the reason why the heavyweight division was. So great strangely. Enough is always been a black man at the top of the heavyweight division. You've had Ali you Joe Louis. I mean had rocky Marciano, but whatever that was like nineteen twenty maximum, but that was even before that. But black men have always ruled the heavyweight division. And then the coach goes came around ruined other should be in foreigners fighting in their own country. And just people didn't care like American care. So America's has had a meaningful heavyweight champion since of Andor Holyfield like we can't we can't talk about rock. My like these guys like Lehman Brewster when he'd be close. Glenn nobody gave a shit about them. It was like it was holy feel tyson-bowe those were the guys. Right. And they were they were important for different reasons now with wilder. It's fascinating. Because people say the heavyweight division dried up because it wasn't exciting. Like, the forty you know with thirty nine knockouts is not that everybody's face. Now. The interesting thing is that we've always is like he fought about bumps in the beginning. Let's just call it. What it was? He got a late start in by started nights in nineteen Winter Olympics got a bronze medal term pro knock the shit out. Everybody finally got tested by Luis Ortiz knocked his ass out remains divert. And now he's on the cusp of superstardom. But Why's he not a superstar while the the interesting thing is the biggest superstars in boxing have been from other countries lately or they've had the backing of another country canal Cannella, even looking breaker. But may whether I mean may whether bucked the trend, but I'll explain why he. Bucked the trend. I like the where the use the word book because he tapped into the psyche of American racism by playing the buck stereotype and ultra violent arrogant pompous black men right to the degree to the point where white people wanted to see him lose. And that's why they pay to see him fight. Because if you're a good black man who recognizes race. Nobody cares. Like, that's our Lee has a black Friday who has been incredibly successful has been able to dress race in America had Holyfield in address. It Sugarland really address it like he was Olympic. He was like the golden boy. You know, like Tyson. Why he was such a big deal all the controversy because you like the pages catskill New York. Like, that's Tyson was the wild represented different kind of black, man. He's not the most are typically, and I don't say that in a bad way. And the reason 'cause he's not calculated. What he does like he doesn't he doesn't think? Like may whether like I need to say this to get rise outta people. He says how he feels and if you watch the Bill towards fight he keeps talking about demanding respect. And there's a BT sport interview. We're while talks about how hard it is to be a black man in America. And American media has really said this. But he talks about like nobody wants to see you succeed. If you can't be controlled. And I thought that was that was very articulate for a guy who doesn't is a very calculated what he says. But it's very true the moment that you can't be controlled America terms on what white America does they're not comfortable with broaching the subject to race corporate emerge. So you look at these two fighters the onset wilder Tyson fury Tysoe fury in Anthony Josh will come from overseas. Where to become a superstar you just need to be good..

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"It's part of not just inmates part of sports, and I really feel that a lot of people need to get over the fact that you're, these aren't traditional martial artists. Some come from martial arts, some come from the streets. Some come from other sports shit happens in a fight man, especially when all this boils up the way it does. I think it's, I think it's understandable, but I think it's only because it ended is quickly as it did and it ended it is relatively peacefully as it did. Yes, it was not good. It was not a good look, right? It's not the end of the sport. It's not that, but I believe it was Tyson Holyfield where they had a real bad brawl afterwards and galanga Boeing to. Tyson Holyfield that they thought you were going to get to the chair throwing his Dana said Dana said, he was in the middle of that and it was scary, but I was actually the postal Prescott house sitting next to Kevin. I Oli and Kevin, I always said he was actually in the middle that one worse than Dana was. And he said like, he got trampled and like he was like underneath, you know what I mean? Like, so I got. I mean, Las Vegas metro deserves credit, man. They got that thing under control m. t. mobile security as well. They got they, they got it under control quick. They really did man. They got it under it could have gotten worse really quick because it was interesting it. It's funny because even before the fights, that took a little picture that there were barriers in front of press row, which they're never is, but it was because you know, press row was cut in half and they sold the tickets on the other side. So normally there's no berry in front of us, but because there were seats, they just put a barrier all the way around. So I mean, there was like a little bit of a barrier in front of us. We had that thing continued to pour over onto us or port over into the fans that were right there, and then you're talking about incredibly emotionally charged fans. And we saw the video in front of shake shack, where the the, the the, the. Pakistan and the Irish were going at it and the dude got laid out. I mean, the it could have gotten way worse. And so that's why I think you know, for you to say, hey, was kinda entertained, but I, I don't think that's so wrong because it didn't get as bad as it could, but that thing it could. It could escalate it very quickly and he could have been a nightmare. And Nah, I think would have been a hell of a lot worse. Like a lot of people get on their moral hike, their pedestals and come up with the biggest words possible to sound a smart as they can and tear down the sport and how it says black moment for the sport, and it's going to be a setback where the end of the main it's not. You know what I hate. I hate that at all of a sudden just gets pinned on him, and that's it. When I see you guys remember, I'm at the Mandalay bay sportsbook and I see this shit up and all the time in other sports inside their fields or rings or what do we call the sheet of ice hockey, their courts? I see it all the time. I see outside. I see what fans. It's just part of life. Let's see my man but poorly all you. All right. What's up? That was just one aspect of before we get yet before we get to to the the blame portion of it. But that was the one aspect that I wanted to add on what what bums me out so much. It's not so much the fighters media, but even just the fan aspect of it alone on what it generates. Because even at UFC two, twenty three when I was in the crowd, I mean it was charged then that was, yeah, that was Brooklyn and Connor was even fighting that night. But just because the fact that happened and it was like there, there's this tension like, like I said, I had an arro- sitting on a row with Irish, and then Russian guys warm pump goes for one in my own row, but even just not even going through that row and like other people randomly like, hey, you could time could be planned like checking your car, you like Jesus Christ..

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

GSMC MMA Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

"Helping contain, you know the situation and get him out of there. Now, do you agree what Dana Dana did because I personally thought it was a smart smart decision to cool things down because I think he's right if if when you're an arena, and if he gives, if he put said boat around their first off, there's a lot of upset Irish fans, and that arena was packed with Irish fans. There's going to be there's a lot of upset people, but there's also a lot of upset people and a lot of tempers flaring because could be had gone into the stands. And so I kind of looked at a dual one because of the fact that there's a lot of things that's going to happen. You know, not kinda not as not rewarding him by giving him to build in the ring, but also taken into account how there's a lot of people in the stands that you have to Dana white and UFC is responsible for and making sure that they get out of that arena and people in in the casino and around that area get out of that area without any harm happening. Because when I go back and I keep going back to that, that the Tyson Holyfield fight it literally, it's it went through with through the stands into the Raina out on the streets, and that's where I praise the UFC for making sure that that didn't happen. What's your thoughts on about the fact that Dana did not put the belt on Khabib and actually and how they cleared the ring and then announce the outcome. It was a wise move. I mean, I. You know when when the Fibro cout inside the octagon and then a little bit on the outside, I really thought the crowd was going to go, you know, like fans against fans, I, I was truly worried about that. I would just waiting for it at that Jesus was going to happen. But no, I think they situation really well given the time that they had. I mean, that was a wise move for him. And I mean, I think even Dana mentioned in one in some video that even the mayor of New York had a run out governor, the governor, the governor of Nevada was there. And if you, if you have a situation where to governor Nevada is they're getting the governor out of the out of the Raina because they're worried that it's going to turn into a full fledged of riot. You have a situation on your hands and it's it's the UFC in primarily Dana White's responsibility to the fans at this point more than even the fighters because they come to the Rena. To watching the vent and be safe, not to be part of a full on brawl and you know, and because of, like you said, some of the things that Connor said it was it was countryman versus countrymen race versus other countrymen. It became very personal thing, and that's what Connor. That's how that's what Connor does to get in your head that mental warfare. But this is when mental warfare has gone wrong. What do you say about that year? And I mean, even sitter afterwards that he that he just didn't like the way the sport was functioning in terms of the showmanship and in terms of like the promotion of sport, and he said that impart the media was to blame because they're all about trash talking and insulting people or fires in each other. And he's not about that. He said he wanna bring sport back to what it should be, which is fighter for spec each other fighters, respect a sport. And of course, when they get into the ring, they do what they have to do to each other, but don't you feel the trash pas about politics, cutting you off? Don't you feel like trash talk is a part of the game of of combat sports, whether you are a kickboxer MUI ties specialists a boxer or an MA fighter getting into the game and the mental warfare. Air before that is, you know, that's how you sell the fight..

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

GSMC MMA Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on GSMC MMA Podcast

"Listen being in there in the middle of this thing when it was going on, I felt that. I have to start worrying about the fans and people that are inside the arena media. The guys that are, you know. That are there watching the fight. And I felt that if we put the belt on him in the middle of the octagon, it was going to rain. And I thought that people would throw whatever they had into the octagon and I thought it would be a dangerous situation so I didn't do it. I said, we're going to be lucky just getting him out of here without him getting pelted. So that's what we try to do. All right. That was that was Dana white talking about why he did not put the belt on could be after tapping out Conor McGregor because could be was in the ring, and he was very upset and he really wanted Dana to put the belt around his ways and announce him as the new champ. The question came up is is could be champion. And so Dana is explaining why he did not put the belt around could be, what's your thoughts about what Dana said? And this whole transaction here? I mean, it makes sense. I mean, just look at how. The crowd was reacting. I think it was actually a pro McGregor. Crowds. I think if that would have happened, mayhem would Rocca for sure kind of already did, but may I was gonna say that ship itself mayhem was already and affect the UFC, did a really, really good job on making sure security was there or t. mobile thima woo arena. But they did a really good job. So this because this thing could have really grown to a to, like I said that Tyson Holyfield level. But you know, I really agree with Dana, Dana at the press conference. I thought he was. He was very informative. He wasn't. He like Dinah gets used being a hothead sometimes and I and I'm one of those people, but you could tell he was taking this thing very, very serious and and was addressing all the questions. Here's another part of some other statements from Dana said, put put my belt on me and I said, no, we're not going to put the belt on you because I think that the fans are gonna go crazy and they're gonna throw stuff in here. He says, I don't care. I'm ready for this. I'm ready for this. I said, yeah, we'll the other twenty thousand people that are sitting here and paid for tickets already. For this you're not. I mean. And he said, if if I have to be arrested, then I have to be arrested, but I want my belt put on the and then finally, cormier and Rocco did a great job of..

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"She said that God was trying to use me for science. You know, for me, I feel like boxing is just a gathering people. Yeah, you know, you're gonna bring the people together because you know December first. Staple center. The Lakers are gonna be in town. We got the night off. So you know LeBron all the boys go ringside. They're going to be there. That's gonna be amazing. Man, just that was one of the another reason why I'm so happy that our state was was able to to get this done. Why did you guys bring it here as opposed to say, Vegas, New York or even in London? Why here? Well, we had a lotta co. We had a lot of people that that was competing against the competing for their show and stuff in it landed here. I mean, one of the reason while we wanted his because you know it hasn't been a major fight here in years, probably limit Louis Louis, you know, right. So we wanted to tell back into the market, you know, we know history repeat itself, but we want, you know, we got American heavyweight deaths here. I ain't on the rise no more. I'm here. I'm here. I wanna. I wanna I wanted to stout my legs. He right here. You know, it's all we always go to Vegas for the big fights. You know, we wanted to switch it up. We wanted to have a five star car and bring and what better place to bring the stars. I didn't LA baby show Deontay where we were talking about the history of boxing, you know. Michael laid out so many names for me. It's Mike Tyson, right? And Mike Tyson, I was about seven or eight years old, but I'll never forget anytime. There was a Tyson fight. Dad was like, we're putting on HBO tonight because that's what he would fight wasn't paper view really back then when Tyson I came on the scene, there was no such thing as ABC on Saturday, that type of stuff that you would watch. And I feel like there hasn't been any love as you pointed out height behind an American heavyweight in a long, long time since Tyson Holyfield that era, you bring that to this table. But you also bring some showmanship which I think the sport has sorely lacking a lot of ways because it's gone so international. And when you went over there to talk to Tyson fury and you got into it with his pops last type of stuff, that's fun. It sells. For real, you know, man is just amazing. You know the things that I'm able to do without just really trying to put any for ever dawn. This is all me. I don't plan that the now I don't. So you went over there and then what? What? What was your plan going going on? Make my president here. See, we want to go to the press. I, you know, just flying just being tired and it says, you know, energy person, I'll go off at the end of everything. And I was just like, we need to go to that press conference, you know? And we still we had two cars behind each other my shell. That's we need to go to the press. I was going back and forth with Shelly, like, you know, all your tired and you know, we gotta get some ribs. We gotta, you know, like, all right, we hung up and then I call my leg Llosa. We go into depressed government. We need. All right. Let's go in, you know. And then I went there. My whole thing was I wanted to let people know that the anti wild it is here. You know, I know I have massive fans across the pond and I want, you know. They never got an opportunity. They never got the never gets a tune of. They may never ever get a tune to see me in person. So I wanted to bless them with the opportunity when I did that. It was amazing because when I rove they set his wow. Wow. Accent. Yeah, he's amazing place to be able to cut the boxing fan, just like how you so high energy about the golden days. That's how they are now is a maze and Beata swelled up..

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"We go to one place for all of our boxing information. It is not max Kellerman. It is our boxing expert and correspondent. Rosie, Perez u remember her from a number of different things, but I imagine this audience it would be mostly white. Men can't jump right this audience. Yes, it's white. Men can't jump. And Rosie is with us on behalf of the hundred roofs project. It's helping rebuild Rousson, Puerto Rico, post hurricane. We will talk to her about that in a second always delighted to have her on. So Stu. Got you. Wanna take up with her what it is that you were saying with me. Why don't you go ahead and argue with the boxing expert about how boxing's debt? Well rosy. But Rosie, really loves boxing, she'll she'll take any matchup. She'll take it at any form. I don't love it the way Rosie does. But Rosie, what I was saying was when I was growing up dad and I are, you know, forty five somewhere in that range. Forty. Five forty, six forty, seven. Well, everyone knows Dan's age. Now because Greg Cody put it on, put it in the newspaper, not her concern. Yeah. So what I was saying was it felt like there was a big fight, especially in the heavyweight division, like every couple of months, it felt you know, Tyson Holyfield form was hanging around. You had a bunch of guys and then in the lower divisions, weight divisions, way classes yet other great fights with Hagler and Sugar Ray Leonard and gotten Roberto Durant and guys like that. And now it feels like a little bit like boxing is dead. From this standpoint, the only fight that gets everyone excited is this fight triple j I and it's the only and I feel like we see this fight every couple of months. Rosie, therefore think bossing is that about that. Yeah, they've been saying newly named kind. They're blocking. Is that still here is still vibrant? You know? I mean, you're watching fan? Yes. You stack machine to stack in heavy weight divisions, pay one, Anthony, Josh likely. You know, I mean, then this goes on and on and and you know, we have superstores lightning woman gold phasing. Earl, Spencer Julius amaz, but cruel, Mikey, guard. See, I could go on, but I know you don't have that much toiling. So yeah, maybe because you're a casual fan to make. But I know nothing live while they try to. What do you make Rosie of galop can saying flatly that can ELO Alvarez is covered in track marks from all the injections that he take. Well, you know, I, that was good of Doug vacation. I expect when I heard that, but you know, he's thinking about the nautical his pissed off and the only time I ever seen in anxiety was when he talks against Matthew Macklin and you're like, who that exactly you can't, you know America something Doty in the way on the third round found felt compelled. Thank to haunt them. No, he's pissed off canal. The take me. I mean, the Mexican wasn't Mexico. Other fighters have been court, even, you know, homeowners. And even no come on, you know, TV. We're going to see it in Connecticut. Going to be exciting. Rosie with him with Floyd Mayweather retired, triple g is the best pound for pound fighter in the world right. Some people debate that, but yeah, I think he, yeah, you know, You know, like like I said, I said, like. like. You know, I mean. Maybe expense Jimmy coming up. Maybe what his status, you know, in the one time even when make America, you know. That's the big. She's him, but. Canonical go off into the minute. You know, I think that he lost this last round here his match against camello you know, and this time they can't go to someone's going to have to get knocked out. Temple. So Rosie, Perez is with us on behalf of the hundred roofs project helping to rebuild roofs and Puerto Rico, post hurricane. If you want more information, visit one hundred roofs dot org..

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on Toure Show

"Back in nineteen ninety seven. I was young journalist with a few connections who somehow met Don King and got him to give me a ticket to the highly anticipated fight between Mike Tyson and Vander Holyfield if only I could assure him that I would write about the event for magazine, so I got a magazine to give me a letter saying they might let me write about it, but no promises got the ticket, but as a young guy had to empty my Bank account to a Florida flight to Vegas in a hotel there during a fight weekend and up until the third round, it seemed totally worth. It was such a thrill to be there. A big boxing match is a place where the air is filled with testosterone and aggression. That Tyson Holyfield fight was hyper masculine moment. I had a really nice seat like fifteen rose from the ring and the moment they. Started clashing, my palms were sweaty. My heart was racing. It was like, I was fighting to the moment was so heavy so tense. He was clash of titans to giants. We'd waited for years to see fight, and plus there was so much frightening on this. I had empty my Bank account to be there. So you can imagine my shock and dismay when the third round devolved into Holi field leaping around in pain, pointing to his ear, that ended the fight people poured into the ring, and the crap was left and confusion what had happened. We didn't know. It seemed like an attorney before those of us in the crowd found out what had happened. Tyson beta off a chunk of Holyfield's ear, big chunk. Why did he do it? Evanger understands because he to use to buy people during fights. Now to be fair, evanger was a child when he did that. But still he says, he understands psychologically. Why Tyson bit him? He said a lot of interesting things in this wide ranging conversation that beers from white Tyson bit him to his mother's influence on him to why he lost all that money to what boxer hit him the hardest and the impact of yoga and dance. His career so much Holyfield came to the studio and told me everything proud to say it's a Vander Holyfield on tour show. And yes, I had to start by asking him about that fight..

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on WEEI

"The best boxing analyst there's ever been on television why you saw a deontay wilder and luiz ortiz a very very good fight were wilder was rocked a little bit look like he might go before he came back and won and then the anthony anthony anthony joshua against partner joseph parker fight but now that you saw both of those allies can't we put wilder and and jocelyn in there together who would you favor in that fight well i think they're going to fight the leader fight and it's appropriate that they do fight and that's gonna be big fight for boxing the leader fight this year in well known in the next probably two three weeks i think the fight later this year are they will fight in the first quarter of two thousand nineteen and and i think you know announce the fights of both of them in recent years and i think that fight will come down essentially to who gets who i and how well you can take the punch of the other person both men have been rocked is noted wilder was in serious trouble against or cheese joshua was knocked down in at a certain point look it looked hopeless for him against let chris go yet he came back and won that fight so both men have their vulnerabilities but both men are ridiculously powerful and so i think it's going to be an intriguing matchup we got some buzz in the heavyweight division for the first time in a long time don't we all with these two this'll be generate worldwide payperview sales and i think this is the best bus we've had maybe since the nineties the tyson holyfield days yeah it probably is because during the era walls ages philip stadiums for with fifty thousand people in europe for the most part in america that people never quite bought into it so here in this country especially and certainly your as well interest in the heavyweight division is considerable and and there are enough good have you just below them that their leases some a division a little bit and and it is for the first time the rest of boxing has very deep intel to divisions a little bit slow to wake up and but now there's a lot you you know know we've talked about jack johnson a lot over the years and i think as you know he's my favorite american athlete he was a hair will mind growing up.

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Heavyweight world titleist Deontay Wilder takes down Luis Ortiz, is Anthony Joshua next?

NBC Sports Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Heavyweight world titleist Deontay Wilder takes down Luis Ortiz, is Anthony Joshua next?

"The best boxing analyst there's ever been on television why you saw a deontay wilder and luiz ortiz a very very good fight were wilder was rocked a little bit look like he might go before he came back and won and then the anthony anthony anthony joshua against partner joseph parker fight but now that you saw both of those allies can't we put wilder and and jocelyn in there together who would you favor in that fight well i think they're going to fight the leader fight and it's appropriate that they do fight and that's gonna be big fight for boxing the leader fight this year in well known in the next probably two three weeks i think the fight later this year are they will fight in the first quarter of two thousand nineteen and and i think you know announce the fights of both of them in recent years and i think that fight will come down essentially to who gets who i and how well you can take the punch of the other person both men have been rocked is noted wilder was in serious trouble against or cheese joshua was knocked down in at a certain point look it looked hopeless for him against let chris go yet he came back and won that fight so both men have their vulnerabilities but both men are ridiculously powerful and so i think it's going to be an intriguing matchup we got some buzz in the heavyweight division for the first time in a long time don't we all with these two this'll be generate worldwide payperview sales and i think this is the best bus we've had maybe since the nineties the tyson holyfield days yeah it probably is because during the era walls ages philip stadiums for with fifty thousand people in europe for the most part in america that people never quite bought into it so here in this country especially and certainly your as well interest in the heavyweight division is considerable and and there are enough good have you just below them that their leases some a division a little bit and and it is for the first time the rest of boxing has very deep intel to divisions a little bit slow to wake up and but now there's a lot you you know know we've talked about jack johnson a lot over the years and i think as you know he's my favorite american athlete he was a hair will mind growing up.

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"tyson holyfield" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!

Are You Hearing This!

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tyson holyfield" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!

"My carb kodak obama i don't come to you tell me what i need to know jaeger mike his numbers one eight hundred three four two 48 48 like cool mike to come over but the fight is weird floor mayweather undefeated for leno versus this guy call conor mcgregor he's a usc fargo he's okay these akaki fiber to him may where the bulk is either it all goes down august twenty six baby august twenty six is going to be one fight to remember i can't wait to see but this thing jay smoothly there was a real as payperview is almost do too much already i can tell you is five 95 no which we find line of fire what it's just a fight how much is it bears like ninety seven dollars as the ninety five dollars nine thousand eighty i guess i won't be watching by not may is a great fight income ninety dollars which is about all of these days probably a lot of bottled water really yeah cases worth humor you you'd almost see history does not history is not history now you you don't wanna see our euro see fido versus a boxer no i want to see a boxer versa boxer he a boxy can't put duty ufc thing you opener they on contract and endlessly days of tyson holyfield i mean come on those were fights what is this crap man this is a new generation man they say a floor mayweather may be the biz boxer of all time.

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