Originally Posted by Quitali *****ko
Tell that to that troll Chris ****** who keeps reminding people how bad Tysons chin is at every chance he gets.
Tyson's chin was very good, but I wouldn't say Ruddock landed a whole lot of punches against Tyson. Razor left his boxing skills in the dressing both times against Tyson with help from Richard Steele, who stopped the first one too early. In the 7th round, Ruddock was backing up but it's not as if he was in any real danger.
Ruddock dissapointed many by neglecting the very tool that earned him his nickname. He should have used the jab overtime to set up right hands followed by his trademark left-hook-uppercut smash. Too much loading up on the one punch was his downfall, also against Lennox Lewis because he barely threw any jabs in that fight and he held his hands lower than normal. I think he was too confident against Lennox, considering the fact that he fought two fights against a primer, fresher Tyson.
Razor KO 1 vs the pathetically fat Kirk Johnson that wasted his opportunity against Klitschko.
Razor KO 7 vs the prime Kirk Johnson that kept himself in decent shape for a while.