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                    MIKE TYSON 65 fights on 17 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Mike Tyson vs Cortez (AM)
Mike Tyson vs Cozad (AM)
Mike Tyson vs Brown I (AM)
Mike Tyson vs Milligan (AM)
Mike Tyson vs Brown II (AM)
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Mike Tyson vs Holmes
Mike Tyson vs Tubbs
Mike Tyson vs Spinks
Mike Tyson vs Bruno I
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Mike Tyson 65 Career Boxing Fights On 17 DVDs With  Motion Menus
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Fights Boxing DVD 5
Mike Tyson vs Gross
Mike Tyson vs Housea
Mike Tyson vs Boyd
Mike Tyson vs Frazier
Mike Tyson vs Ribalta
Mike Tyson vs Ratliff
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Mike Tyson vs Colay
Mike Tyson vs Richardson
Mike Tyson vs Nelson
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Mike Tyson vs Bent (AM)
Mike Tyson vs Payne (AM)
Mike Tyson vs Tillman I (AM)
Mike Tyson vs Tillman II (AM)
Mike Tyson vs Mercedes
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Mike Tyson vs Zouski
Mike Tyson vs Tillis
Mike Tyson vs Green
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Mike Tyson vs Berbick
Mike Tyson vs Smith
Mike Tyson vs Thomas
Mike Tyson vs Singleton
Mike Tyson vs Halpin
Mike Tyson vs Spain
Mike Tyson vs Alderson
Mike Tyson vs Canady
Mike Tyson vs Johnson
Mike Tyson vs Long
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Mike Tyson vs Ruddock I
Mike Tyson vs Ruddock II
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Mike Tyson vs Holyfield I
Mike Tyson vs Holyfield II
Fights Boxing DVD 16
Mike Tyson documentary
Mike Tyson documentary
Fights Boxing DVD 14
Mike Tyson vs Nielsen
Mike Tyson vs Lewis
Mike Tyson vs Eteinne
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Mike Tyson vs Tucker
Mike Tyson vs Biggs
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Mike Tyson vs Williams
Mike Tyson vs Douglas
Mike Tyson vs Tillman
Mike Tyson vs Stewart
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Mike Tyson vs McNeeley
Mike Tyson vs Mathis Jr.
Mike Tyson vs Bruno II
Mike Tyson vs Seldon
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Mike Tyson vs Botha
Mike Tyson vs Norris
Mike Tyson vs Francis
Mike Tyson vs Savarese
Mike Tyson vs Golota
Fights Boxing DVD 15
Mike Tyson vs D. Williams
Mike Tyson vs McBride
Fights Boxing DVD 17
Mike Tyson documentary
Mike Tyson vs Scaff
Mike Tyson vs Young
Mike Tyson vs Jaco
Mike Tyson vs Jameson
Mike Tyson vs Ferguson

Professional career

Rise to stardom

Mike Tyson's first nationally televised bout took place on February 16, 1986, at Houston Field House in Troy, New York, against journeyman heavyweight Jesse Ferguson, and was carried by ABC Sports. Tyson knocked down Ferguson with an uppercut in the fifth round that broke Ferguson's nose. During the sixth round, Ferguson began to hold and clinch Tyson in an apparent attempt to avoid further punishment. After admonishing Ferguson several times to obey his commands to box, the referee finally stopped the fight near the middle of the sixth round. The fight was initially ruled a win for Tyson by disqualification (DQ) of his opponent. The ruling was "adjusted" to win by technical knockout (TKO) after Tyson's corner protested that a DQ win would end Tyson's string of knockout victories, and that a knockout would have been the inevitable result.


In July, after recording six more knockout victories, Tyson fought former world title challenger Marvis Frazier in Glens Falls, New York, on another ABC Sports broadcast. Tyson won easily, charging at Frazier at the opening bell and hitting him with an uppercut that knocked Frazier unconscious thirty seconds into the fight.


On November 22, 1986, Mike Tyson was given his first title fight against Trevor Berbick for the World Boxing Council (WBC) heavyweight championship. Tyson won the title by TKO in the second round, and at the age of 20 years and 4 months became the youngest heavyweight champion in history. He added the WBA and IBF titles after defeating James Smith and Tony Tucker in 1987. Tyson's dominant performance brought many accolades. Donald Saunders wrote: "The noble and manly art of boxing can a least cease worrying about its immediate future, now that it has discovered a heavyweight champion fit to stand alongside Dempsey, Tunney, Louis, Marciano, and Ali.


Tyson intimidated fighters with his strength, combined with outstanding hand speed, accuracy, coordination and timing. Tyson also possessed notable defensive abilities, holding his hands high in the peek-a-boo style taught by his mentor Cus D'Amato to slip under and weave around his opponent's punches while timing his own. Tyson's explosive punching technique was due in large part to crouching immediately prior to throwing a hook or and uppercut: this allowed the 'spring' of his legs to add power to the punch. Among his signature moves was a right hook to his opponent's body followed by a right uppercut to his opponent's chin. Lorenzo Boyd, Jesse Ferguson and Jose Ribalta were each knocked down by this combination.


Undisputed champion

Expectations for Tyson were extremely high, and he was the favorite to win the heavyweight unification series, a tournament designed to establish an undisputed heavyweight champion. Tyson defended his title against James Smith on March 7, 1987, in Las Vegas, Nevada. He won by unanimous decision and added Smith's World Boxing Association (WBA) title to his existing belt. "Tyson-mania" in the media was becoming rampant. He beat Pinklon Thomas in May by TKO in the sixth round. On August 1 he took the International Boxing Federation (IBF) title from Tony Tucker in a twelve round unanimous decision 119-111, 118-113, and 116-112. He became the first heavyweight to own all three major belts, WBA, WBC, and IBF, at the same time. Another fight, in October of that year ended with a victory for Tyson over 1984 Olympic super heavyweight gold medalist Tyrell Biggs by TKO in the seventh round.


During this time, Tyson came to the attention of gaming company Nintendo. After witnessing one of Tyson's fights, Nintendo of America president Minoru Arakawa was impressed by the fighter's "power and skill", prompting him to suggest Tyson be included in the upcoming Nintendo entertainment System port of the Punch Out!! arcade game. In 1987, Nintendo released mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!, which was well received and sold more than a million copies.


Tyson had three fights in 1988. He faced Larry Holmes on January 22, 1988, and defeated the legendary former champion by KO in the fourth round.