>I know some people may disagree but the impression I get from the
>people who fight Tyson is that whenever he fought it was like taking a
>five year old to the doctor to get a shot. I mean they get scared and
>they think he is going to destroy them and then when the punches land
>they go down. The two people that have beat Tyson, Holyfeld and Douglas
>have both said that most of the people who have fought Tyson were afraid
> Which makes me wonder how Foreman would do against Tyson. I mean
>there are two things that make me think this fight would be more
>interesting than what most people would think. Tyson in my opinion is so
>used to knocking people out that he has forgotten how to win rounds.
> When Tyson fought Buster Mathis JR I think he Buster Mathis JR won
>the first two rounds if I am not mistaken. Botha won the first few
>rounds against Tyson as well. Even thought Peter McNeely got knocked out
>in 89 seconds he backed Tyson up if my memory serves me right. I am
>saying I don't think Tyson has round winning skill but knockout skill.
> Here is the thing about Foreman though he has a chin made out of
>granite. If he went 12 rounds with Holyfeld which is something Tyson
>could not say, as well as going ten with Moorer before knocking him out,
>and 12 rounds with Tommy Morrison it means his chin is very very good.
>So is it possible that if he fought Foreman that he would lose the first
>few rounds to Foreman. I think that it would be entirely possible that
>this would happen which would be a psychological blow to Tyson
>considering that this man would be much older than him. Although I think
>Foreman would not win I have a hard time believing that Tyson is really
>as hard a puncher as people say he is.
Thorazine ) , he has lost his reflexes, his balance, and his perceptions.
---In his first fight after taking the *** (Bruno # 1 ) Tyson fell off
balance into the ropes at one point in the first round while his opponent
was nowhere near him.
Tyson got hit more in this fight than he had in all of his previous
A number of trainers commented to me at the time that there appeared
to be something wrong with Tyson's balance as of this fight.
---Two fights later Tyson was knocked out by Buster Douglas, whos beat
him to the punch all night long.
Due to ignorance of the devastating effect the psychiatric ***
taken by Tyson have on the nervous system ( perceptions, balance,
co-ordination ) not one write-up on the Douglas fight even mentioned the
fact that Tyson had taken these *** and then deteriorated so quickly as a
---In a fight with Alex Stewart, Tyson threw a right hand and ended up
lying on his stomach on the floor--evidence that his balance was completely
---I could continue, but these examples make the point.
---Thorazine was called "the chemical lobatomy" when it first came out.
---Drug Combinations, the companion book to the Physician's Desk
Reference, warns the physician never to use the two *** Thorazine and
lithium together, since they have been known to cause "permanent brain