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    Representatives of Evander Holyfield expressed frustration after Mike Tyson's representatives refused to accept a $25,000,000 guarantee from Team Holyfield to participate in Tyson v Holyfield 3 at the Hard Rock Stadium to kick off Memorial Day weekend.
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  • #2
    Why would Tyson accept that offer. He earned 50mil + against RJJ

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    • #3
      Why do these clear B sides think they can dictate to the A side? Delusional narcissists mess their own $ up. Tyson's side dictates the terms, take it or leave it Evan Fields. I think Tyson made more for the Roy Jones Jr. fight and this would be a bigger fight. Tyson isn't that dumb.

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      • #4
        At least with the last clownshow there was good sportsmanship in the leadup and right afterwards. This time it's all just bitching and moaning over money. Just goes to show that the whole thing is a cynical grift.
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        • #5
          Not that big of an offer, for Tyson. He can make that with anyone.

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          • #6
            Where on earth did Mr. eleven Children with seven women and bankrupt get 25 million dollars to make that offer?

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            • #7
              It's quite crazy to turn down $25m. Tyson could use that money, and despite the Tyson-Jones exhibition doing very well, he didn't get that much from it. Holyfield, in any case, always had Tyson's number in the ring, and Mike was going to lose the rematch before the ear biting DQ.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BigDramaShow! View Post
                Why would Tyson accept that offer. He earned 50mil + against RJJ
                The problem is, the Jones fight likely put a sour taste in fans' mouths.

                You got Jones basically literally running and Tyson the only one who was throwing with intentions but clearly holding back.

                You end up with a draw on a fight that Tyson clearly won.

                What's to say another draw won't happen?

                Team Evan Fields is likely thinking the same - fans aren't going to be as willing to dial in this time knowing they could get bamboozled.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Fists_of_Fury View Post
                  Why do these clear B sides think they can dictate to the A side? Delusional narcissists mess their own $ up. Tyson's side dictates the terms, take it or leave it Evan Fields. I think Tyson made more for the Roy Jones Jr. fight and this would be a bigger fight. Tyson isn't that dumb.
                  LOL "clear B side?" Holyfield fought everyone who Tyson didn't and in case you forgot he also kicked Tyson's ass twice (and he's 4 years older). B-side my ass.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by sidefx996 View Post

                    LOL "clear B side?" Holyfield fought everyone who Tyson didn't and in case you forgot he also kicked Tyson's ass twice (and he's 4 years older). B-side my ass.
                    Actually, he is the B-Side here, because it's Tyson's event.

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