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    BOXING manager Shelly Finkel could not split Mike Tyson and Deontay Wilder's destructive punch power. Finkel helped guide Tyson's career after the heavyweight legend was disqualified in disgrace for biting Evander Holyfield's ear in 1997. 3Mike Tyson was managed by Shelly Finkel at the end of his careerCredit: EPA 3Deontay Wilder knocking out Dominic Breazeale in 2019Credit: AP:Associated Press But he still manages Wilder today and as a result has had a ringside view to some of boxing's most brutal knockouts. Finkel points towards the difference between Tyson's 5ft 10in frame and 6ft 7in Wilder when comparing their power. He told SunSport: "Deontay to me is a large Tommy Hearns. And he has a certain spring to his punches.  “Tyson, it’s from his legs. He has massive thighs and it’s coming from there. READ MORE IN BOXINGAP-PAULED Tyson's ex-manager admits fear over Jake Paul fight and reveals Holyfield talks "And the speed. So, they’re very different. I wouldn’t want to be hit by either! “When Tyson beat Spinks, it was devastating. And Spinks after said,...
    MIKE TYSON has been described as a "gentlemen" following his scrap on an airplane. The former undisputed heavyweight champion was in the headlines last week after being filmed punching Melvin George Townsend III on a JetBlue flight. 2Mike Tyson was recently involved in a scrap with a fellow JetBlue passengerCredit: AFP 2But former WBC heavyweight champion insists Iron Mike is a "gentlemen"Credit: AP But additional footage showed Townsend - who allegedly threw a bottle at Tyson - goading the boxing legend before he was given a knuckle sandwich. And former WBC heavyweight champion Tim Witherspoon wasn't surprised to see Iron Mike lay into Townsend after being goaded for so long. He told SunSport: "Having known him for long time and been travelling with him on different occasions, he was always a gentleman. "I knew him in the early days too when he was fighting, he was aggressive but he was just being Mike Tyson. READ MORE IN SPORTIRON IN THE FIRE Tyson 'by far' Jake Paul's No1 target for next fight but Fury CAN happenWILD INTENTIONS Mike Tyson calls for...
    THE plane passenger battered by Mike Tyson after he kept talking "in his ear" has hired a lawyer. Boxing star Tyson unleashed a flurry of punches onto Melvin George Townsend III after he is said to have thrown a bottle at him aboard a JetBlue airplane. 2Melvin George Townsend III has hired a lawyer 2Mike Tyson 'snapped' when a fellow plane passenger kept 'talking in his ear', witnesses claimCredit: Getty A representative for the Brooklyn-born boxer claims his actions were reaction to Townsend, who is alleged to have been harassing him at the San Francisco Airport. But a lawsuit could be coming Tyson's way as Townsend - allegedly a convicted thief and fraudster - has hired a lawyer, reports TMZ. His attorney, Matt Morgan from Morgan & Morgan, says Townsend "became overly excited" - but denies a water bottle was thrown in the tense interaction. "Our client is a big Mike Tyson fan," he told TMZ. Read more on boxingLOW BLOW 'Idiot' passenger 'battered by Tyson is convicted thief who served 3yrs in prison' "When Mike Tyson boarded the plane, he became overly excited....
    THIS is the shocking moment Mike Tyson unleashed a flurry of punches and bloodied a fellow passenger on board an aircraft. According to TMZ, Tyson, got into a heated altercation with an "overly excited" fan, who sat behind him and kept talking "in his ear" after the American heavyweight asked him to "chill". 6Mike Tyson unleashed a series of punches on a fellow passenger on board a planeCredit: TMZ 6The incident was caught on a cell phone camera with a witness urging Mike Tyson to stopCredit: TMZ 6The "overly excited" fan sat behind Mike Tyson on board the aircraftCredit: TMZ The incident took place before a flight scheduled to leave San Francisco International Airport for Florida at 10:30pm local time. Witnesses claim The Baddest Man on the Planet was initially "cool" with all his fellow passengers, including the one sat behind him and his friend. Iron Mike even agreed to take a selfie with one of the two and remained "patient" with the other man sat in the row behind him. However, the passenger reportedly continued to "annoy" the boxing legend...
    Mike Tyson was seen repeatedly a punching a fellow passenger on a flight from San Francisco to Florida on Wednesday night, leaving the man with a bloodied forehead. Cell phone footage, obtained by TMZ, shows the former heavyweight champion smacking an allegedly over-eager fan in the seat directly behind him. That man initially had a cordial exchange with Tyson, according to TMZ. A witness says the man and a friend greeted the 55-year-old boxing legend as they boarded the plane, and even got their picture taken with Tyson. Tyson soon grew tired of engaging with the man and reportedly asked him to be quiet. Mike Tyson was seen repeatedly a punching a fellow passenger on a flight from San Francisco to Florida on Wednesday night, leaving the man with a bloodied forehead When the man continued talking, Tyson then threw several punches to the man's face. 'Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey Mike, come on, stop that,' a man is heard saying on the cell phone footage. Another video from the flight shows the aftermath of the incident, with the...
    TYSON FURY, Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder wouldn't fare well in Mike Tyson's era of heavyweight fighters. Along with unified champion Oleksandr Usyk, the trio are currently at the top of the heavyweight tree. 5Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk threw down in front of a full house at the Tottenham Hotspur StadiumCredit: GETTY 5Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder went to war in their October trilogy fight 5But ex-champ Tim Witherspoon reckons the quarter wouldn't hang in Mike Tyson's eraCredit: AFP The quartet only have four losses to their names between them, but former two-time world champion Tim Witherspoon is convinced they 'would not last' in the era of Iron Mike. He told SunSport: "But a lot of boxers today the thing is they wouldn’t even last if they were fighting in our era. "Look at the guys Deontay Wilder has fought – all 30 or 40 of them wouldn’t have got OK’d by the Commission to fight me if it was back then. "He’s got a good right hand but the boxers he’s fought they wouldn’t even let me fight...
    Former President Donald Trump discussed loyalty and reiterated claims that the 2020 election was stolen from him Wednesday while speaking to My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell. Lindell compared the events and what he called "corruption" of the election to the philosophical thought experiment of a tree falling in the forest and no one being there to hear it. "The media tells us there is no forest," the creator of My Pillow said. "We were all living in this Twilight Zone ... but then you had all the betrayals and attacks on you that escalated to a whole other level." DESANTIS WANTS TO GROW FLORIDA'S LAW ENFORCEMENT WHILE BLUE STATES 'DEGRADE AND DEFUND' THEIRS When asked by Lindell how he found the "emotional strength" to handle the events and aftermath of the election, the 45th president said it came down to loyalty. "I've had some disloyal people, and we always go through life," Trump said. "But, I've also [had] tremendous people. In the White House, we had some tremendous successes." The former president...
    Carrie Underwood revealed the things she wouldn't put up with if she wasn't in love with her husband Mike Fisher. The 38-year-old country music star shared a TikTok showing off the things around her house that she tolerates for the former NHL star. Carrie Underwood revealed some of the things she wouldn't tolerate if she wasn't in love with her husband Mike Fisher in a recent TikTok video. Underwood panned the camera to show piles of laundry, a hat rack and "dead things on the walls" accompanied by a soundtrack of "If I Didn't Love You," her duet with Jason Aldean, "I must truly love him ... Who can relate?" she captioned the video. CARRIE UNDERWOOD SAYS SHE ‘SWORE’ AS A CHILD SHE WOULD ‘NEVER’ MARRY A HUNTER: ‘NOT IN A MILLION YEARS’ Underwood panned to show piles of dirty clothes, hunting trophies on the walls and a wall dedicated to the former NHL star's hats. (ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images) Underwood previously gushed about Fisher in an interview with People magazine. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE...
    16 Photos of Rock Hudsons Suave Life 25 Cities Best-Positioned for Growth and Recovery © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was clearly upset with the officials over the use of a replay review late in the fourth quarter of Pittsburgh’s overtime victory over Seattle. On Sunday, Tomlin said the decision to stop the clock with three seconds left to review D.K. Metcalf‘s catch along the left sideline was “an embarrassment” and that he “hated it.” On Tuesday, Tomlin said he’d talked with the league about that process but declined to answer any questions about it. “Yeah, the game was stopped by the replay guy to find confirmation of a component of the play on the field, and I didn’t agree with that in this most significant moment, and I expressed it and I had some conversations with New York regarding it,” Tomlin said, via Brooke Pryor of ESPN. “Got an explanation. I wouldn’t necessarily say I got clarity, but I am not going to discuss...
    On Tuesday, CNN reported on some of the issues covered in the upcoming book Peril, from Bob Woodward and Washington Post reporter Robert Costa. The headlines from that article have so far dealt with the concerns that Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley, convinced that Donald Trump was not only incompetent but also “crazy,” worked to put barriers in place to stop Trump from launching a nuclear war. Whether Milley deserves plaudits for protecting the nation or a court-martial for violating the chain of command, remains an open question. The answer can be “both.” But it’s the other excerpts that are really the most jaw-dropping. For example, there is this exchange in which Trump is attempting to convince Mike Pence that he has the power to simply overturn the results of the vote count on Jan. 6. Trump: "If these people say you had the power, wouldn't you want to?" Pence: "I wouldn't want any one person to have that authority." Trump: "But wouldn't it be almost cool to have that power?"  Pence: "No. I've done everything I could and then some to find...
    WWE icon Stone Cold Steve Austin has admitted he feared Mike Tyson wouldn't be able to handle the pressure of WrestleMania 14. SunSport has previously revealed that Iron Mike's legendary crossover to wrestling in the 90s helped save Vince McMahon's company. 2Stone Cold Steve Austin has hailed Mike Tyson's appearance in WWECredit: WWE Iron Mike turned on Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 14 in 1998 Back in 1997, Tyson had his boxing license revoked for infamously biting a chunk out of Evander Holyfield's ear. WWE (then titled the WWF) was memorably struggling to compete with rival promotion WCW that year with declining ratings. Yet McMahon brought in The Baddest Man on the Planet to act as an enforcer at WrestleMania 14 in 1998 for the main event match between Stone Cold and Shawn Michaels. Tyson also hyped his appearance with guest spots on RAW and WWE's ratings sky-rocketed when the boxer clashed with Austin in the ring. The Texas Rattlesnake has now revealed he was initially unsure about working with Tyson but claimed the two hit it off right away. He told WWE’s The Bump:...
    Mike Tyson nearly went from a fight in the ring to a fight in the streets on Saturday night, according to a report. TMZ Sports says that the boxing icon was on his way out of Staples Center following his bout with Roy Jones Jr., which was called a draw, when a man in a crowd of fans swung at Tyson. While Tyson was signing autographs, the unidentified man yelled out to him asking why he wouldn’t fight him. Tyson reportedly joked with the man and said that it probably wouldn’t end well for him. That’s when the heckler threw a punch and allegedly reached into his waistband for what Tyson’s team feared to be a weapon. His entourage, which reportedly recognized the man from a previous signing where he started trouble, stepped in immediately and prompted the guy to take off. Police told TMZ Sports received a call about possible battery involving Tyson around 11pm, but no one was on the scene when they arrived and no report was taken.
    More On: mike tyson Former Knick makes first comments since devastating knock out Mike Tyson smoked weed before boxing return: ‘I can’t stop’ Mike Tyson shows he still can box How to watch Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr.: Odds, special rules Mike Tyson nearly went from a fight in the ring to a fight in the streets on Saturday night, according to a report. TMZ Sports says that the boxing icon was on his way out of Staples Center following his bout with Roy Jones Jr., which was called a draw, when a man in a crowd of fans swung at Tyson. While Tyson was signing autographs, the unidentified man yelled out to him asking why he wouldn’t fight him. Tyson reportedly joked with the man and said that it probably wouldn’t end well for him. That’s when the heckler threw a punch and allegedly reached into his waistband for what Tyson’s team feared to be a weapon. His entourage, which reportedly recognized the man from a previous signing where he started trouble, stepped in immediately and...
    KARIM BENZEMA claims he is finally 'free' at Real Madrid without Cristiano Ronaldo. The pair spent nine years together before Ronaldo, 35, quit for Juventus in 2018 as the club's all-time top scorer with 451 goals in 438 games. 3Karim Benzema set Cristiano Ronaldo up 47 times in nine seasons at Real MadridCredit: AFP Benzema assisted the Portugal superstar 47 times - more than any other player. The French striker, 32, insists he became more selfless to help his old pal. Benzema said: "In Lyon I played in another way. "Now I'm free on the pitch, I like to touch the ball. 3 "With Cristiano I changed my style, I played for him. "I had someone who did double or triple my goals and I had to adapt. "I thought it wouldn't cost me anything, I just had to change my way of playing and pass it on to him more. "I put my goal scoring aside." Most read in FootballBUZZ KILLBizarre moment huge FLY sticks to Mike Pence's head during VP debate'A CURE!'Trump says catching Covid...
    Joe West went full ump show on us Sunday afternoon, ejecting Nationals GM Mike Rizzo from the stands Cowboy Joe is one of the more well-known officials in any sport, in part because of his flare for the dramatic. Unfortunately, in this case we’re not talking about a signature strike or out call, or even the fact that he’s called several important World Series’. Rather, West is among the worst MLB umpires and part of a faction of old-school thinkers who makes the game all about himself, rather than the product on display in front of him. Sunday’s dramatics, while amusing, was no different. West ejected Rizzo for talking back from the nosebleeds, claiming he could hear the Nats GM’s comments thanks to how quiet Truist Park was without fans. Joe West ejected Nationals GM Mike Rizzo for not wearing a mask…in a suite…by himself pic.twitter.com/41cKQfYxet — Bad Sports Refs (@BadSportsRefs) September 6, 2020 Did Joe West have a good excuse for his actions?“I wouldn’t take that from a player. I wouldn’t take that from a manager,” West told The...
    Crew chief Joe West ejected Washington Nationals’ General Manager Mike Rizzo from a luxury box Sunday, saying that he had yelled at the umpires. Initial reports suggested that Rizzo — who was alone in his box at the time — had been tossed from the game for not wearing a mask. (RELATED: ‘Scared’: MLB Manager Weighs In On The Coronavirus Pandemic With A Blunt Message) Umpire Joe West called security to apparently eject Nationals GM Mike Rizzo for not wearing a mask. pic.twitter.com/9fCYJOWJaI — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 7, 2020 But West told the Associated Press that it was Rizzo’s behavior that had inspired the call, noting that he had been warned after the crew reported him for yelling at umpires during Friday’s game as well. Washington GM Mike Rizzo ejected for yelling at the umpires from a luxury suite. Crew chief Joe West says: “I wouldn’t take that from a player. I wouldn’t take that from a manager. If it was Donald Trump, I’d eject him, too. But I’d still vote for him.” https://t.co/M0OV8EEy4L — AP Sports (@AP_Sports) September...
    Vice President Mike Pence said he would send his children back to school without hesitation if they were still young enough to be attending classes during the pandemic. Pence said on Tuesday that all evidence shows that it is rare for children and young adults to have serious health complications if they contract COVID-19. He acknowledged that his children are all adults, but he said that he and his wife Karen Pence, who is an elementary school teacher, would not be afraid of their children attending classes. "I'm your vice president, but the most important title I'll ever hold is D.A.D. And I'm a proud father of three kids, two are married. But I can tell you with my wife seated right here, if our kids were elementary school-aged or high school or college, we wouldn't hesitate to send them back to school," he said during a press conference in South Carolina. "Because I've been looking at this data everyday, and I'd encourage any American, any parent, in particular, to do the same because children without a serious...
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