Before and after the fight, Mike Tyson’s opponents said, “He was crying in there, making woman gestures.”

In this epic journey through Mike Tyson’s early career, we witness the sheer dominance of a young and ferocious boxer who quickly rose to become the youngest heavyweight world champion in history. Tyson’s opponents faced the daunting task of stepping into the ring against a force of nature, and the before-and-after scenarios paint a vivid picture of his destructive prowess.

The first encounter with Donnie Long in 1985 showcased Tyson’s relentless aggression. Long’s attempt to use lateral movement and a good jab proved futile as Tyson’s lightning-fast left hook sent him to the canvas within seconds. Despite Long’s efforts, Tyson’s power and speed overwhelmed him, leading to a referee stoppage at 88 seconds.

Jesse Ferguson, Tyson’s opponent in February 1986, aimed to test Tyson’s credibility as a serious contender for the world title. However, Tyson’s signature combination of body shots and uppercuts proved too much for Ferguson, who suffered a broken nose and found himself in desperate trouble. The fight ended with Tyson’s victory, solidifying his status as a force to be reckoned with.

Mike Tyson's opponents BEFORE and AFTER Fighting - YouTube

The encounter with Lorenzo Boyd in July 1986 highlighted Tyson’s ability to break opponents down systematically. Boyd’s attempts to find gaps in Tyson’s defense were futile, and a series of powerful uppercuts led to his knockout in the second round. Tyson’s undefeated streak continued, leaving Boyd in awe of the young champion’s strength.

Moving forward, Tyson faced Mitch Green, who confidently declared his ability to hurt Tyson. However, in their 1986 showdown, Tyson’s dominance prevailed, and Green experienced Tyson’s relentless onslaught. Tyson secured his 24th consecutive victory, leaving no doubt about his position as a rising star in the heavyweight division.

Finally, the climactic moment arrived on November 22, 1986, in Las Vegas, as Tyson faced Trevor Berbick for the world title. The 20-year-old phenom’s journey culminated in a spectacular performance, defeating the 32-year-old champion to become the youngest heavyweight world champion in history. The before-and-after narratives of Tyson’s opponents vividly capture the raw power, speed, and unrelenting aggression that defined Mike Tyson’s early career, solidifying his place as one of the most formidable forces in boxing history.

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