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Old May 28th, 2011, 12:23 AM   #54 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by shawn1224 View Post
On another note was there anybody more dominant than Mike Tyson before he lost to Buster Douglas.

That was one of the most dominant runs ever in any sport I believe.
I was looking at his career today. It was part 2, I missed part 1. Part 2 started with him just turning pro with his first pro fight. I wonder what part 1 was...

From fight 1 to about 27.....was an amazing run. One fight the guy was actually catching Mike with some clean shots. It was like Mike didnt even feel em and one punch...the guy was down. he got knocked down again, ref stopped the fight. Mike was acting like it was a sparring

Just looked it up. It was Reggie Gross.
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