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I never liked the lower divisions.
The 21 years old Iron Mike Tyson was the best and most exciting fighter ever.
The 21 years old IRON MIKE TYSON performances:
1987-08-01 He beat the prime unbeaten 6'5"
Tony Tucker easily.(Tucker was a reigning IBF champion against Tyson.)
1987-10-16 He destroyed the the unbeaten
6'5" olympic champion Biggs easily
1988-01-22 Only Tyson could destroy
Larry Holmes in pro.It was very easy.
1988-03-21 Tyson was the first man
who knocked Tubbs out in pro.It was very easy.
1988-06-27 Only Tyson beat Spinks in pro.
He destroyed Spinks very-very easily.
These fights were undisputed heavyweight
world championship fights.
All in all only 21 years old and 5 big undisputed title fights great wins.No hesitation between the fights.
But i think lots of jealous hater can lie Tyson's opponents were bums.
It's a shame.
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- Boxing Hall of Fame, IncPresident & COO, present
Steve Lott, President ─ A prominent figure in the boxing world and recognized boxing historian, Steve Lott was executive producer at the Big Fights, Inc., and manager/assistant manager of ten fighters, including five world champions. Lott owns one of the world's largest collections of unique boxing memorabilia - over 20,000 items - many of which will be featured in the new Boxing Hall of Fame at SCORE! - the fabulous new multi sports hall of fame attraction at the Luxor Hotel on the strip in Las Vegas. The Boxing Hall of Fame also features the exclusive $75 million dollar ESPN fight film and tape library.
Over a thirty year span at Big Fights, Inc. from 1968 - 1998, beginning as a film editor and culminating as executive producer, Lott has had hands-on experience with every frame of what is now the Cayton Sports/Boxing Hall of Champions' film and tape library. Lott's film credits include the documentaries, "Muhammad Ali - Skill, Brain and Guts," "Sugar Ray Robinson - Pound for Pound," "Grudge Fights," and "Greatest One Punch Knockouts." From 1998-2001, Lott supervised the cataloging and transfer of the Big Fights film library to broadcast videotape at ESPN.
Mr. Lott began assisting legendary fight managers Bill Cayton and Jim Jacobs in 1978 as assistant manager and camp coordinator for world champions Edwin Rosario and Wilfred Benitez, managing the training schedules, fight media, medicals, sparring, travel, and appearances. Mr. Lott's role expanded with many other fighters including Mike Tyson, Tommy Morrison, Jeremy Williams, Michael Grant, and Vinny Pazienza.
As the assistant manager and then manager of over ten fighters, Mr. Lott has built relationships with the leading members of the boxing press, as well as many noted trainers, boxers, referees, promoters, and boxing celebrities. In addition he has assisted such venues as the South Street Seaport Museum and National Museum of American Jewish History with the development of boxing exhibits. Mr. Lott has appeared on Larry King Live and in many boxing documentaries and TV specials.
- Bill Cayton / Jim Jacobs / Cus D'amato School of LifePeople - boxing - life, 1966 - 2005