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I have just received my order from your company and couldn't have been happier. The artwork on the DVDs was excellent and having the fights printed on each disc helps greatly. I purchased from the other company before and can definitely say that yours is the only company I'll be doing business with from now on. Keep up the good work and look forward to doing a lot of business with you in the future. Oh and by the way, getting the fights delivered in just a few days was a big plus.
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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

Michael Gerard Tyson (born June 30, 1966) is an American actor and former professional boxer who competed from 1985 to 2005. He reigned as the undisputed world heavyweight champion and holds the record as the youngest boxer to win a heavyweight title at 20 years, 4 months and 22 days old.


Tysonís family lived in Bedford-Stuyvesant until their financial burdens necessitated a move to Brownsville when Tyson was 10 years old. Tysonís mother died six years later, leaving 16 year old Tyson in the care of boxing manager and trainer Cus DíAmato, who would become his legal guardian. Tyson later said, ďI never saw my mother happy with me and proud of me for doing something: she only knew me as being a wild kid running the streets, coming home with new clothes that she knew I didnít pay for. I never got a chance to talk to her or know about her. Professionally, it has no effect, but itís crushing emotionally and personally.Ē


Throughout his childhood, Tyson lived in and around high crime neighborhoods. According to an interview in Details, his first fight was with a bigger youth who had pulled the head off one of Tysonís pigeons. Tyson was repeatedly caught committing petty crimes and fighting those who ridiculed his high pitched voice and lisp. By the age of 13, he had been arrested 38 times. He ended up at the Tryon School for Boys in Johnstown, New York. Tysonís emerging boxing ability was discovered there by Bobby Stewart, a juvenile detention center counselor and former boxer. Stewart considered Tyson to be an outstanding fighter and trained him for a few months before introducing him to Cus DíAmato. Tyson dropped out of high school as a junior. He would later be awarded an honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters from Central State University in 1989.


Kevin Rooney also trained Tyson, and he was occasionally assisted by Teddy Atlas, although Atlas was dismissed by DíAmato when Tyson was 15. Rooney eventually took over all training duties for the young fighter.


Amateur career

As an amateur, Tyson won gold medals at the 1981 and 1982 Junior Olympic Games, defeating Joe Cortez in 1981 and beating Kelton Brown in 1982. Brownís corner threw in the towel in the first round. He holds the Junior Olympic record for quickest knockout (8 seconds). He won every bout at the Junior Olympic Games by knockout.


He fought Henry Tillman twice as an amateur, losing both bouts by decision. Tillman went on to win heavyweight gold at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.


Professional career

Rise to stardom

Tyson made his professional debut as an 18 year old on March 6, 1985, in Albany, New York. He defeated Hector Mercedes via a first round knockout. He had 15 bouts in his first year as a professional. Fighting frequently, Tyson won 26 of his first 28 fights by KO or TKO; 16 of those came in the first round. The quality of his opponents gradually increased to journeyman fighters and borderline contenders, like James Tillis, David Jaco, Jesse Ferguson, Mitch Green and Marvis Frazier. His win streak attracted media attention and Tyson was billed as the next great heavyweight champion. DíAmato died in November 1985, relatively early into Tysonís professional career, and some speculate that his death was the catalyst to many of the troubles Tyson was to experience as his life and career progressed.