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View Poll Results: Who wins a LONDON PRIZE FIGHT?
Tyson by KO* 1 2.86%
Tyson on points* 0 0%
Jeffries by KO* 0 0%
Jeffries on points* 0 0%
I HAVE NOT read the question: Tyson wins* 1 2.86%
I HAVE NOT read the question: Jeffries wins* 0 0%
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I fully understand the question: Jim Jeffries wins 15 42.86%
I fully understand the question: Mike Tyson wins 17 48.57%
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Old 03-13-2011, 08:39 AM   #31
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A punchers power will also be amplified so I wouldn't rule out Tyson knocking someone out for 60seconds, he knocked out top contenders with cushioned everlast gloves so he could certainly do it without gloves.

BTW am I right in thinking under these rules elbowing is legal? Tyson would have a field day with elbows
Agreed, Tyson did break his hand against Mitch Green, but he also KO'd him with that atomic straight right.

Watching their '86 pro fight, you can see that Mitch had a truly titanium chin...

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Nobody else ever took close to that many flush bombs from Tyson without going down, but in their bareknuckle streetfight, Tyson sparked Green with one punch!
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Old 03-13-2011, 08:40 AM   #32
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Vitali quit because he is a sports doctor, and feared he could further damage his shoulder. Remember, back then Vitali was very young, and had not made a lot of money or become famous. He was also unaware of how the western press would react.

Yer boy Jackson Jonson quit TWICE in fights, was Ko'd by one punch, fouled out in another. Just thought you should know

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Vitali quit because he does not have the balls necessary to compete under LPR rules.
I did not mention Johnson ,but no surprise, you did.
Very bad tactics on your part
Johnson was tkod by Klondike when he was 21 years old.


He retired between rounds 7 & 8 when he was 48 years old
Johnson went 20 rds to a draw ,with a broken radius bone in his arm

He was 35 years old, facing a big strong hard puncher, 6'3'' 220-240lbs

Vitali was facing a powder puff hitter, in Chris Byrd

Vitali was 28 years old in the very middle of his prime

THERE IS NO COMPARISON


Whatever anyone, [except for you], says about Jack Johnson ,none question his courage

You carry on ,hero worshipping your white heavyweights Champs Jim Jeff ,and the Bros Klit.
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Old 03-13-2011, 08:42 AM   #33
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Agreed, Tyson did break his hand against Mitch Green, but he also KO'd him with that straight right.

Watching their '86 pro fight, you can see that Mitch Green had a titanium chin...
Tyson would have to be smarter and not throw wide punches under LPR. Once you break your hand you've lost your power even if you try to suck it up and punch through it your body stops you
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Old 03-13-2011, 08:47 AM   #34
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Tyson would have to be smarter and not throw wide punches under LPR. Once you break your hand you've lost your power even if you try to suck it up and punch through it your body stops you
Yes i know, the rules of the topic do state 6 months training in LPR style rules.

I'm just saying that i don't believe anyone could take a full-power gloveless bomb from Mike Tyson...
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Old 03-13-2011, 09:38 AM   #35
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Tyson by KO1
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Old 03-13-2011, 12:08 PM   #36
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One off fight or not, he would have to learn a whole new ball game. Prime Tyson or not, that is going to take a lot of doing.
tyson was the ultimate guinea pig. back in the mid-eighties, his trainers could have been telling him to do anything and he would have executed it. a fighting machine.
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Old 03-13-2011, 12:17 PM   #37
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chuvalo wins. screw tyson and jeffries
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chuvalo wins. screw tyson and jeffries
What about Old Foreman?
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Old 03-13-2011, 12:21 PM   #39
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What about Old Foreman?
he'd gas after four minutes and ask someone to make him a sandwich
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he'd gas after four minutes and ask someone to make him a sandwich
Nonsense, the workrate his much slower under these rules & Old Foreman showed solid stamina against Holyfield, Stewart, Savarese & Briggs.

Plus his shoving his opponent would be totally tolerated.
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Old 03-13-2011, 12:41 PM   #41
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Nonsense, the workrate his much slower under these rules & Old Foreman showed solid stamina against Holyfield, Stewart, Savarese & Briggs.

Plus his shoving his opponent would be totally tolerated.
good point actually. as i think about it, he's strong as a ****ing ox and he was shoving huge world class fighters around with ease. for this type of fight though, he'd need to straighten up his punches and compress them a bit
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chuvalo wins. screw tyson and jeffries
my money would have been on Max Baer. Power, chin, stamina and decent skills.
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my money would have been on Max Baer. Power, chin, stamina and decent skills.
good pick but i see chuvalo's stamina, chin and raw strength getting him pretty far
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good point actually. as i think about it, he's strong as a ****ing ox and he was shoving huge world class fighters around with ease. for this type of fight though, he'd need to straighten up his punches and compress them a bit
Maybe Old George could win just by using his telephone-pole jab, grappling & shoving.
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Agreed, Tyson did break his hand against Mitch Green, but he also KO'd him with that atomic straight right.

Watching their '86 pro fight, you can see that Mitch had a truly titanium chin...

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Nobody else ever took close to that many flush bombs from Tyson without going down, but in their bareknuckle streetfight, Tyson sparked Green with one punch!
Yet nobody ever managed to do anything similar in 200 years of bareknuckle boxing.

This sort of thing has happened queensbury fights and in street fights between queensbury boxers but never in a LPR fight.

You have to ask why.
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