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Old 05-17-2005, 08:43 PM
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hi guys , i believe that M.Ali become the symbol of boxing in all time it's a legend that never dies do you c that with me ??
who's ur legend fighter for you ??
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Old 05-17-2005, 09:16 PM
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hopefully ppl will remember more ali than tyson, cos tyson is the main competitor for the symbol of boxing
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Old 05-17-2005, 09:37 PM
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noway is Tyson the symbol of boxing, he represents boxing in a very negative way, Ali is the true representative of the sport any day.
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Old 05-17-2005, 11:26 PM
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Tyson has more class than Ali. Tyson used to fight the old fashion style. He takes his beating and then comes in and gives out some of his own. Would you rather be in a confined space with Mike Tyson or Cassius Clay.
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Old 05-17-2005, 11:46 PM
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noway is Tyson the symbol of boxing, he represents boxing in a very negative way, Ali is the true representative of the sport any day.
tyson is the representation of evil
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Old 05-17-2005, 11:52 PM
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Man, I wrote a nice article(I thought) about the man. He's become an icon but I must admit he wasn't perfect; he had faults.

But his supreme confidence and poise when the pressure was on is unmatched. He not only would come out each round with the will, confidence and fire to win ... he never failed to find another gear when the chips were down.

The losses late in his career are akin to the **** we see over and over again with champions who we marvelled at for 10-15 years who inevitably leave with less than typical for them results.

They should be discounted in all cases. Ali, in his prime, was the G.O.A.T.!!!
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Old 05-17-2005, 11:56 PM
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Man, I wrote a nice article(I thought) about the man. He's become an icon but I must admit he wasn't perfect; he had faults.

But his supreme confidence and poise when the pressure was on is unmatched. He not only would come out each round with the will, confidence and fire to win ... he never failed to find another gear when the chips were down.

The losses late in his career are akin to the **** we see over and over again with champions who we marvelled at for 10-15 years who inevitably leave with less than typical for them results.

They should be discounted in all cases. Ali, in his prime, was the G.O.A.T.!!!
what G.O.A.T.?
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Old 05-17-2005, 11:58 PM
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GREATEST OF ALL TIMES!!!
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Old 05-18-2005, 12:30 AM
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tyson is the representation of evil
No Tyson is not the representation of evil. He actually has alot of class, alot of the **** he does is all an act to sell tickets.

After he lost to Holyfield. His promoters and **** wanted him to make up some excuses. Tyson said "he fought a good fight" Showtime said "it looked like he headbutted you" Tyson said "yeah well I probably headbutted him too" Tyson said "I am not the one to make excuses he fought a good fight." Hardly ever fighters accept defeat without trying to make some excuse.

Cassius Clay would never show that kind of class.
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Old 05-18-2005, 09:03 PM
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After he lost to Holyfield...Tyson said "I am not the one to make excuses he fought a good fight." Hardly ever fighters accept defeat without trying to make some excuse.
Cassius Clay would never show that kind of class.
I guess you never saw Tyson / Holyfield II.

When asked by Jim Gray why he bit a piece off of another human being , Mr. Tyson made excuse after excuse about Holyfield's dirty tactics. His most memeorable one was "How can I face my children?" He can't face his children because of Holyfield's tactics, but he can face his kids and tell them it's OK to bite people.

And you're right in comparing Tyson to Clay. Clay would never be so classy to bite another human. Biting another human is a class act, so I guess you are right, Tyson is much classier than Clay.
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