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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 11:15 AM
LMAO!!!!

Mike Tyson To Be A Prostitute

Former boxing champion Mike Tyson is to become a male escort after agreeing to work at legendary Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss' new legalized brothel for women. Fleiss bought 60 acres of land in Nevada, and his work is scheduled to begin on Heidi's Stud Farm.

She has high hopes for Tyson, once heavyweight champion of the world - despite the fact he is a convicted rapist.

She says, "I told him, 'You're going to be my big stallion.' It's every man's fear that their girlfriend will go for Mike Tyson."

Tyson, 40, adds, "I don't care what any man says, it's every man's dream to please every woman - and get paid for it."

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 11:41 AM
I am an average boxing fan. Mike Tyson fought in Youngstown Ohio a month ago, Youngstown is 15 minutes away from me. I kind of wanted to go, but ultimately decided that Tyson wasn't worth my time or money. It was a wise decision.

He is a total circus act and has been since he came out of jail. I prefer to remember Iron Mike of the 1980s.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 11:47 AM
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LMAO!!!!

Mike Tyson To Be A Prostitute

Former boxing champion Mike Tyson is to become a male escort after agreeing to work at legendary Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss' new legalized brothel for women. Fleiss bought 60 acres of land in Nevada, and his work is scheduled to begin on Heidi's Stud Farm.

She has high hopes for Tyson, once heavyweight champion of the world - despite the fact he is a convicted rapist.

She says, "I told him, 'You're going to be my big stallion.' It's every man's fear that their girlfriend will go for Mike Tyson."

Tyson, 40, adds, "I don't care what any man says, it's every man's dream to please every woman - and get paid for it."

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)




Are you kidding me ? Better use about ten condoms ladies. Besides all the sexually transmitted diseasees your probably gonna get rabies too when this animal bites half your ear off during foreplay. Ask Evander Holyfield.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 11:49 AM

As soon as he talks, he'll probably ruin the "moment". Unless the women have a Curley Joe voice fetish.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 11:50 AM
Meanwhile, Don "Rocket Hair" King probably still has all the money he made off of Iron Mike, while Iron Mike is a shell of his former self.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 12:07 PM
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Meanwhile, Don "Rocket Hair" King probably still has all the money he made off of Iron Mike, while Iron Mike is a shell of his former self.


Tyson ruined his career when he jumped ship and left the people that made him who he was. So anything he gets, he deserves.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 12:12 PM
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I am an average boxing fan. Mike Tyson fought in Youngstown Ohio a month ago, Youngstown is 15 minutes away from me. I kind of wanted to go, but ultimately decided that Tyson wasn't worth my time or money. It was a wise decision.

He is a total circus act and has been since he came out of jail. I prefer to remember Iron Mike of the 1980s.


I hear you...I watched most of his one punch wonders back in the day, thought he was going to be the champ for a long time...what a waste.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 12:29 PM
hmmm, tastes like chicken.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 12:36 PM
Sort of unrelated, but with regard to Dave's post, what is the beef between Tyson and King? Before Don, were boxers making what they make now? It seems as though he has gotten huge purse amounts for these guys, yet many speak badly of him. Has he actually stolen from these guys, or did they just not read fine print of the contract before they signed it? I never understood what was going on there.
 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 02:36 PM
Me neither Jim, you're quite right, King has managed to attain large purses for his fighters, yet in the end it seems like he ends up going to court with every one of them.
Like nebish says, I prefer to remember the Tyson of 1985-90 -- in his prime he was every bit as good as Sonny Liston, Joe Frazier, Rocky Marciano and those types were in theirs -- thought of as invincible.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 03:17 PM
Don't get me wrong guys. I didn't say King ripped anyone off. I just said he probably managed to hang onto his dough, while the fighters he promoted pissed all theirs away.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 03:24 PM
Don King DEFINATELY ripped off fighters! Ask Larry Holmes.

There was an article in Sports Illustrated several years ago - not only did King short change fighters after the fights (making excuses like "the gate wasn't as large as we'd hoped for"), he even hired out thugs to menace any of the boxers who threatened to complain.

I love ameteuar boxing - three -two minute rounds, with head gear and 16 ounce gloves. But "prize fighting" has always been associated with organized crime, fixed outcomes, and total mis-matches (how do you think a fighter racks up a 50-0 record with 40+ knock-outs?).

I'd label this as "my opinion", but I'm afraid facts will bear out what I'm saying.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 03:31 PM
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Me neither Jim, you're quite right, King has managed to attain large purses for his fighters, yet in the end it seems like he ends up going to court with every one of them.
Like nebish says, I prefer to remember the Tyson of 1985-90 -- in his prime he was every bit as good as Sonny Liston, Joe Frazier, Rocky Marciano and those types were in theirs -- thought of as invincible.


Keep dreamin dude. Mike Tyson couldn't wash those legendary boxers jocks. I too was at one time fooled by Tyson. Looking back now he never fought anyone worth anything. If he fought in any of those eras of boxing he would have taken many ass kickings. Those fighters would have figured Tyson out and worn him out every time, and he wouldn't have been able to knock out any of them either. Tyson fought a bunch of has beens and tomato cans. The only hall of fame that this idiot deserves is the criminal hall of fame or the dumb F*ck hall of fame. If you are comparing Tyson to any of those legends at any time in his career, you really don't know much about boxing or boxing history.

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PS- And he talks like Cindy Brady too !!!!

[Edited on 11/17/2006 by sixty8]

[Edited on 11/18/2006 by sixty8]

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 03:43 PM
have to agree he was a small heavyweight that would not have been anything special in earliers years,Buster Douglas exposed all his weaknesses when he koed him ..and that was the end of Mike Tyson.If he had been a light heavywiegt or crusier weight and had stuck to the program that Gus Damoto had him on he may have been great..

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 05:18 PM
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Me neither Jim, you're quite right, King has managed to attain large purses for his fighters, yet in the end it seems like he ends up going to court with every one of them.
Like nebish says, I prefer to remember the Tyson of 1985-90 -- in his prime he was every bit as good as Sonny Liston, Joe Frazier, Rocky Marciano and those types were in theirs -- thought of as invincible.


Keep dreamin dude. Mike Tyson couldn't wash those legendary boxers jocks. I too was at one time fooled by Tyson. Looking back now he never fought anyone worth anything. If he fought in any of those eras of boxing he would have taken many ass kickings. Those fighters would have figured Tyson out and worn him out every time, and he wouldn't have been able to knock out any of them either. Tyson fought a buch of has beens and tomato cans. The only hall of fame that this idiot deserves is the criminal hall of fame or the dumb F*ck hall of fame. If you are comparing Tyson to any of those legends at any time in his career, you really don't know much about boxing or boxing history.

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PS- And he talks like Cindy Brady too !!!!

[Edited on 11/17/2006 by sixty8]


It's all opinion Pete -- this right here is fact though -- when it comes to knowledge of boxing history I like my chances against ANYBODY -- if you think Tyson was a stiff that's cool, it's your opinion (I wonder what Michael Spinks, Larry Holmes & numerous others would think of that) -- if however you think I don't know much about boxing history, you are way WAY out to lunch.
Who did Sonny Liston fight before losing to Clay in Feb. 1964? A scared Floyd Patterson, and that's about it. Marciano? A washed up Joe Louis, Roland LaStarza & other types like that. Frazier? After he beat Ali in their first fight he fought Ron Stander and Terry Daniels.
The fact is, every boxing champion inevitably takes on opponents of way lesser caliber at one point or another -- going as far back as Joe Louis & the so-called bum-of-the-month club.
IN HIS PRIME, Mike Tyson was as great and as feared a fighter as Marciano, Liston and Frazier IN THEIR PRIMES.
It's all good bro -- peace & have a good weekend.

[Edited on 11/17/2006 by Stephen]

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 06:30 PM
I was just a kid when Tyson was fighting in the 80s, but he was a big deal. Who else could he have fought at that time that would have beat him? It seemed like Berbick, Holmes, Spinks and Bruno was all the heavyweights had to offer back then. Riddick Bowe, Lennox Lewis were all later and Holyfield was just getting into heavyweight in the late 1980s. 37-0, including 19 knockouts in a row is the heavyweight division is an impressive run.

I think Tyson's lifestyle, his overconfidence and his corner is the reason he lost to Buster Douglas. His career just burned so fast.

He was fast, ferocious, and powerful. His early fights were awesome to watch.

Tyson is literally crazy now. Before his fight in Youngstown he said he wanted to fight a woman. He is probably going to abuse one of his "clients" at his new job.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 06:56 PM
Hey, it's an honest dollar.

my hat's off to him.

kind of off topic here, but i've always respected that athlete that media said "should have retired a few years ago, in their prime"

really, i like the ones that had to be dragged off. or at least i respect it.

take that one robot boxer from the 50's. i forget his name, anyway, he kept plugging away, long after better robot boxers came along.

damn, his name escapes me, but i think lee marvin was his manager...


 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 07:14 PM
I am lead to believe Mike isn't complaining about his new career! This guy probably thinks he won the titile again. Could a reality show be far behind?

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 07:17 PM
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but i've always respected that athlete that media said "should have retired a few years ago, in their prime"



I kind of know what you mean. There is something about "old timer" athletes that I like.

I labsolutely oved Ottis Anderson with the New York Giants.

I was a huge Patrick Ewing fan over his final years. I really wish he could have stayed a Knick and also wish that he could have played in the NBA Finals in that strike year when they lost to San Antonio (injury).

I also liked Vinny Testaverde (now he's back!!!) alot with the Jets and Cowboys. I liked Warren Moon with the Vikings. Art Monk, Steve DeBerg, Hershell Walker with Philly also come to mind. I wanted Michael Jordan to win more when he was with Washington than I ever did when he was in Chicago.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 08:21 PM
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Me neither Jim, you're quite right, King has managed to attain large purses for his fighters, yet in the end it seems like he ends up going to court with every one of them.
Like nebish says, I prefer to remember the Tyson of 1985-90 -- in his prime he was every bit as good as Sonny Liston, Joe Frazier, Rocky Marciano and those types were in theirs -- thought of as invincible.


Keep dreamin dude. Mike Tyson couldn't wash those legendary boxers jocks. I too was at one time fooled by Tyson. Looking back now he never fought anyone worth anything. If he fought in any of those eras of boxing he would have taken many ass kickings. Those fighters would have figured Tyson out and worn him out every time, and he wouldn't have been able to knock out any of them either. Tyson fought a buch of has beens and tomato cans. The only hall of fame that this idiot deserves is the criminal hall of fame or the dumb F*ck hall of fame. If you are comparing Tyson to any of those legends at any time in his career, you really don't know much about boxing or boxing history.

Peace

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PS- And he talks like Cindy Brady too !!!!

[Edited on 11/17/2006 by sixty8]


It's all opinion Pete -- this right here is fact though -- when it comes to knowledge of boxing history I like my chances against ANYBODY -- if you think Tyson was a stiff that's cool, it's your opinion (I wonder what Michael Spinks, Larry Holmes & numerous others would think of that) -- if however you think I don't know much about boxing history, you are way WAY out to lunch.
Who did Sonny Liston fight before losing to Clay in Feb. 1964? A scared Floyd Patterson, and that's about it. Marciano? A washed up Joe Louis, Roland LaStarza & other types like that. Frazier? After he beat Ali in their first fight he fought Ron Stander and Terry Daniels.
The fact is, every boxing champion inevitably takes on opponents of way lesser caliber at one point or another -- going as far back as Joe Louis & the so-called bum-of-the-month club.
IN HIS PRIME, Mike Tyson was as great and as feared a fighter as Marciano, Liston and Frazier IN THEIR PRIMES.
It's all good bro -- peace & have a good weekend.

[Edited on 11/17/2006 by Stephen]


Spinks was no good and Holmes was an old man way past his prime. If Tyson fought Larry Holmes when he was in his prime Tyson would have gotten shredded to peices and probably even knocked him out. Tyson had no chin and no indurance.

One more time dude, if you are comparing Tyson to Liston, Holmes, Fraizer, Marciano, Norton, Shavers or scores of other fighters from any of those eras you are making yourself look foolish. Any one of these fighters in there prime would have wiped the floor with Mike (Cindy Brady) Tyson. Tyson only intimidated people with the way he acted out of the ring and by the way he knocked out all those has beens and never weres. The first time he fought someone in there prime that wasn't afraid of him he was exposed as the unskilled fighter he was, and that was Buster Douglas. Any one of the above named fighters would have pummeled Tyson. Any one of them !!!!![/b ] There are some good books and videos about these great fighters. You should invest in them.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 08:58 PM
It was kind of funny how a street tough & world class prizefighter sounded like Cindy Brady.
Other than that though, all I can say is don't pass that bottle my way bro (I don't drink anyway) -- it's leavin' ya a little loopy.
Shavers?
Norton?
That's the beauty of a discussion forum though -- you can't call people full of baloney no matter how full of baloney they obviously are.
I have the Shavers-Norton fight from 1978 on VHS -- what a blowout. Shavers KO'd him in one round.
You're a good doobie Pete (try that sometime, it's far better than whatever you're doing).
Not to be a braggart or anything, but I know more about boxing than you ever will -- that is not an opinion, but a fact.
Your opinion about Tyson would be in The Minority among knowledgeable boxing folk on this subject -- you keep forgetting that one of the criteria is fighters In Their Prime -- not taking their careers as a whole

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 09:13 PM
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The first time he fought someone in there prime that wasn't afraid of him he was exposed as the unskilled fighter he was, and that was Buster Douglas


Buster Douglas lit Tyson up, but come on, any average heavyweight could have done it on that night. Tyson was just out of it. Don't prop Buster Douglas up, if you don't like Tyson fine, but Buster wasn't any good. If Buster was in his prime, how did his career work out after the Tyson fight?

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 09:33 PM
OK, unlike previous posters I'll go ahead and admit, I'm NOT an expert on boxing, but it is POINTLESS to attempt to compare fighters from different eras or that didn't fight each other in their prime.

I'm no Tyson homer. Some have tried to say he didn't fight anyone and therefore somehow wasn't a legitimate champion. I say during his stint as champion, there was a dearth of decent fighters, doesn't diminish what he did.

We all remember the Ali, Frazier, Foreman, Norton days...plenty of great fighters during that day, not always the case though.

Tyson as a young fighter...very hard to beat.

Tyson in current day ... embarassment to mankind.

 

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  posted on 11/17/2006 at 10:12 PM
Say it with a lisp....it's ok baby, I just want to kiss on your ear

 

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  posted on 11/18/2006 at 12:40 AM
Anybody got one of those Buster Douglas video games? I bet some marketing type is stocking shelves at WalMart these days!

 

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