...in the Tyson fight, have been a bigger deal? It was 13.65 seconds, to be exact. Wasn't Sonny Liston considered knocked out in Lewiston in less that 12 seconds, in spite of the count, or lack thereof? What if there had never been a Tunney long count? Would the Douglas long count have been a bigger deal then? Did Tyson's case suffer because of the "We've been down that path before" syndrome, and "We ain't goin' down that road again?" Your thoughts?