HomeFighter Talk Mike Tyson Interested In MMA Fight – Urijah Faber’s Sister Doing Better Bruno January 31, 2012 Fighter Talk 14 Comments Mike Tyson Interested In MMA Fight – Urijah Faber Says Sister Doing Better In Interview With Inside MMA. Tweet Pin It Dana White Video Blog UFC 143 Episode 1 Nick Diaz Doing A Little Freestyle Nunchaku Gif 14 Comments Beast w/ 8 Limbs January 31, 2012 He better not! He’s get his old ass torn apart. Log in to Reply mamama January 31, 2012 @Beast he just says its interesting man nothing else Log in to Reply rawforce January 31, 2012 Tyson should open his own gym and become a boxing coach,.., I wonder why he hasn’t gone that route yet.. Log in to Reply Ruddo293 January 31, 2012 @ Rawforce – the reason tyson doesn’t become a boxing coach is because he never had any boxing skills whatsoever. He was a good fighter with alot of power in both hands, but never understood the sweet science like a Lennox Lewis, Ali, Larry Holmes… Log in to Reply Randy Couture January 31, 2012 Tyson is the man, the most exciting boxer of my generation. Bruno are you a Tyson fan? Bruno: Always loved watching him fight. Never seemed to like him as a person until he started listening to himself and not his money grubbing friends. He is also on the correct meds now. Log in to Reply drewblood January 31, 2012 i wouldnt mind seeing James Toney and Tyson fight in an MMA match… haha. Log in to Reply Twana January 31, 2012 Mike Tyson is a legend……..and will remain a legend. Log in to Reply RBW February 1, 2012 ruddo293, you have to be kidding when you say Tyson has no skill, his body movement and combinations were in a different league, to be powerful, fast, explosive is a skill he was also taught by probably one of the greatest trainers to have ever lived, who also helped Jose Torres and Floyd Paterson capture the title Log in to Reply aban5 February 1, 2012 Ruddo.. you should watch the documentary ‘Tyson’. He talks in great depth about the skill of boxing and the training that he received from Cus D’Amato. I felt the documentary was extremely revealing and honest and is definitely worth a watch. Log in to Reply icolater February 1, 2012 Come on, dont mention Lennox Lewis with those boxing greats, Lenox was a phony and the only reason he was famous was because he operated at a time when there were no proper heavy weights around and the British media made him out to be a Ledgend because he was English. Log in to Reply Sephy February 1, 2012 Always have been a big boxing and Tyson fan.. Who knows what the history books would have said about Tyson if his trainer didn’t die and he was surrounded by the right people in the 80’s and 90’s.. Log in to Reply Dave February 2, 2012 Bruno why why did you have to do this? haha i can’t stop looking at his weird chin! lol i’m sure some of you know what i’m talking about if you are a regular visitor here. Log in to Reply donkeyboner February 2, 2012 it’s sad what happened to Mike. he found something to believe in and it made him great. when it was taken away he fell apart. I respect those who try to help troubled people, but in my own experience it has only brought me pain. I’ve learned to let nature take it’s course. If someone has the will to succeed, they will find a way to be successful. If you elevate someone who never had that on their own, up to a certain level, you better plan on always being there for them or you’re just setting them up for a fall. Log in to Reply Oswald Cobblepot February 2, 2012 Who wouldnt want to see Tyson in the cage! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.