By Edward Chaykovsky
Hall-of-famer "Iron" Mike Tyson, one of the most feared heavyweight champions of all-time, discussed his strategy to fight the current heavyweight double threat, which is comprised of champions Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko. According to Tyson, he would use a fighting style similar to Joe Frazier or Henry Armstrong to work his way inside, and then he would have to be smart and patient to inflict the damage.
"You would have to fight Klitschko like a Joe Frazier or Henry Armstrong. Come in behind the jab. Move your head all the time. Get inside and stay there. And when he misses, make him pay with devastating counter punches." Tyson told Wall Street Journal. "It would be very physical."