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Nach nur 91 Sekunden in der ersten Runde schlug Tyson seinen Gegner k. o. und klärte damit eindrucksvoll, wer der unumschränkte Herrscher im Schwergewicht. entthront vor 25 Jahren in Tokio überraschend seinen Landsmann „Iron Mike“ Tyson als Boxweltmeister im Schwergewicht durch K.o. in. Finden Sie Top-Angebote für Foto Sport Action Boxen Iron Mike Tyson Knockout Kunstdruck Poster GZ bei eBay. Kostenlose Lieferung für viele Artikel! Mike Tyson lässt George Foreman im zweiten Halbfinale der eWBSS nicht den Hauch einer Chance und gewinnt durch Knockout. Nun gilt's. 37 Kämpfe, 37 Siege, 33 durch Knockout. Die Kampfbilanz von Mike Tyson ist im Februar makellos und furchteinflössend, als er in Tokio.
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Despite Tyson's inability to execute an effective fight plan, his corner continued to give him the same advice between rounds to move his head, jab his way inside and deliver a right hand.
In the eighth round, a round Douglas dominated until the last few seconds, HBO's Larry Merchant noted "Douglas is asking of Tyson, some questions he hasn't been asked before Within the last 10 seconds of the 8th round, Tyson, who had been backed onto the ropes, landed a big right uppercut that sent Douglas to the canvas.
Although the knockdown timekeeper began when Douglas's backside touched the ring's surface, the referee was said to have started his own count behind by two beats.
Douglas rose as the referee signaled nine, but the bell ended the round. In obvious annoyance at his own lapse, Douglas pounded his left fist on the mat.
In the dramatic 9th round Tyson came out aggressively to end the fight and save his title, hoping that Douglas was still hurt from the 8th-round knockdown.
Douglas was able to fight off Tyson's attack and was able to close Tyson's eye completely. Both men traded punches before Douglas connected on a four-punch combination that staggered Tyson back to the ropes.
With Tyson hurt along the ropes, Douglas closed in and unleashed a vicious four-punch attack to try to knock Tyson out.
Tyson tried to fight Douglas off but it was in vain. Douglas continued to land hard punches on Tyson as the round came to a close.
Tyson withstood the punishment and barely survived the 9th round. In the tenth round Tyson pushed forward to fight, but he was still seriously hurting from the accumulation of punishment given throughout the match.
As Tyson walked forward, Douglas measured him with a few jabs before landing a devastating uppercut that snapped Tyson's head upward, stopping Tyson in his tracks.
As Tyson began to reel back from the uppercut, Douglas immediately followed with four punches to the head, knocking Tyson down for the first time in his career.
In a famous scene, Tyson fumbled for his mouthpiece on the canvas before sticking one end in his mouth with the other end hanging out.
The champion attempted to make it back to his feet to continue fighting but referee Octavio Meyran counted him out.
Buster Douglas thus became the new undisputed heavyweight champion and the fight became one of the biggest upsets in boxing history.
The official scorecards through nine rounds were 87—86 for Tyson, 86—86 even, and 88—83 for Douglas. During the post fight interview, Douglas broke down in tears when asked why he was able to win this fight when no one thought he could.
God bless her heart" said the emotional new Heavyweight Champion. Merchant concluded that it was the expulsion of Kevin Rooney , who still rooted for Tyson every time he watched him fight despite their split , which led to the stunning knockout loss.
Merchant speculated that with Rooney in his corner, Tyson would have managed to end the fight on his feet, and to change the tide of the fight to his benefit, exactly as in the Tucker fight, after he was rocked in the first round but with Rooney's help he weathered the storm and came back determined to win, outboxing his opponent.
So did Jerry Izenberg , who commented: . They assemble a corner for that fight which looks like it was picked up out of the semi-finals of the Intercity Golden Gloves.
In the in-ring celebration, Douglas' year-old son, Lamar, wearing a Buster Douglas cap, was hoisted onto his father's shoulders.
In the immediate aftermath of the fight Tyson's camp, led by Don King , protested the result, claiming that Douglas had been given a long count by referee Octavio Meyran.
In an HBO studio interview with Merchant the following week, Douglas admitted the protest and post fight confusion ruined what should have been the best time of his life.
At the time of the fight, Don King was said to have been negotiating for Tyson's next fight to be in the fall in Berlin against former champion Greg Page , who decked Tyson while sparring with him three weeks before the Douglas fight.
Plans for a rematch fell through, so Douglas' first title defence was against 1 contender Evander Holyfield. An overweight Douglas, weighing Six years later he launched a comeback after almost dying in a diabetic coma and won a few fights against journeyman opposition.
He fought for the last time in Tyson would fight four more times after the Douglas fight before being convicted of raping beauty pageant contestant Desiree Washington in He fought on sporadically for another decade and lost in another title challenge against Lennox Lewis in He retired from boxing in after consecutive losses to journeymen.
Buster Douglas went down in sports lore as a prize fighter that defied the odds to accomplish one of the biggest upsets in sports history.
Among the honors was a cover photo on an issue of Sports Illustrated with the title, "Rocky Lives! For Tyson, though he retained a menacing aura for years afterwards, "the mystique of the untouchable, invincible 'Baddest Man on the Planet' had been shattered.
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Spinks was a perfect when he met Tyson in Mike Tyson turned pro at the age of 18 and quickly rose through the heavyweight ranks.
Many of his fights were over before they began as opponents were terrified of Iron Mike before the bell ever rang.
They certainly got a show as Tyson swarmed Spain, who was in just the second fight of his pro career. Tyson knocked Spain to the canvas about 20 seconds into the bout and then again a very short time after and the ref stopped the bout 39 seconds into the first round.
A vicious body shot from Tyson put Johnson down the first time and following the standing eight, it took just one more punch, a nasty right cross, to end things, again 39 seconds into Round 1.
It was a long trip for such a short fight. Tyson dropped Savarese with a left hook 10 seconds into the fight, the first real punch Iron Mike had thrown.
Once Savarese got up, Tyson was back on the attack and the referee had to jump in and stop the onslaught.
But the official time given was the second mark of the first round.