Why Say The Knockouts Mike Tyson Dished Out In The Late 80S And 90S Were Among Boxing’S Most Brutal?


It’s safe to say the knockouts Mike Tyson dished out in the late 80s and 90s were among boxing’s most brutal. Iron Mike had a notorious reputation in the heavyweight division, stemming from for his ability to put on a show, which usually involved putting people to sleep rather quickly.

Here is a list of the 10 Best Mike Tyson knockouts to help you relive the memories, from his most impressive, his first knockout, and everything in between.

Fans reacted mixed about it:

I can see why he’s called, “Iron Mike”. His punches are like getting hit by a train. Add to that, amazing speed and the ability to deliver with no wind up, no telegraphing, and no shifting his center of gravity. You can’t read a fighter when nothing moves but his fist.


He’s just the best…not too big…not too small. Takes his training most seriously and the best punch in the business.


Getting in the ring with Mike was like getting in the ring with a Lion. His upper cuts was brutal, deadly. It must of been terrifying fighting him. You know you’re dead if you ever fought him.


I’ve seen every fight Mike has fought, Trevor Berbick was not beaten he was totally destroyed, Btw, “Cus D’ Amato’s first name was pronounced Cus which rhymes with Gus, He almost killed Marvis Fraser, He was asleep before he hit the canvas, Mike was the Baddest Man on the Planet, Thanks for posting, Subbed.

👍 🇺🇸, Btw, I watched a talk show of Mike when he was in his mid 50s, And he said he didn’t like that man, referring to himself, and larry holmes was only drawn out of retirement with a 3,000,000 payment, according to Mike he was greedy and only cared about the $$$,, and Don king stole money from Mike, W.P.O.S, I think was very sad, Glad he got Smoked. 🥊🥊 🤣 👍 🇺🇸 .


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