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Old 06-13-2012, 11:14 AM
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Default How would Mike Tysons career looked like if Eddie Futch trained him.

I read some The Ring magazines and from Mikes own words he said Bill Cayton and Jim Jacobs wanted Eddie Futch to train Mike, how would Mikes career have turned out do you think if this actually happend.

I personally belive Mike and Rooney dident have the best bond allthough the media might have portrayed that i can only imagen posetive things Mike working with Eddie Futch

I can get a picture of the article you dont belive me saying this btw.
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Old 06-13-2012, 11:17 AM
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Tyson never needed a different trainer, he was already the perfect fighter in his prime. Gus crafted him into a perfect specimen of fighting, mentally and physically.

His personal life and lack of motivation is what I believe caused his downfall.
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