Mike Tyson’s Exclusive Revelation: The Undefeated Boxing Phenom You’ve Never Heard Of


Invincibility in boxing is universally coveted but is a near impossibility, with Floyd Mayweather, Andre Ward and Joe amongst the very few great champions who managed to retire without a blot on their professional records.

Many felt Mike Tyson was on a similar path in the late 1980s when he was destroying heavyweight world champions with ease, however a shock upset defeat to James Douglas put paid to that notion.

In a recent interview, Tyson named former Mayweather protege Gervonta Davis as a current fighter who could potentially retire without suffering defeat, though added that a couple of his countrymen could pose a threat to that goal.


“There’s a great possibility that he [Davis] could retire undefeated.

But then you’ve got Devin Haney and Shakur Stevenson. They are the only two guys who are possibly a threat to him.


I’m disgusted that he only gets compared to me, there are so many other great fighters that he reminds me of. Pernell Whittaker, Floyd Mayweather, and he’s a bruiser too when he wants to be a bruiser.



He’s a special fighter, so the only threats to him are Devin Haney and Shakur Stevenson.”

Davis has won world titles in three different weight classes, and is fresh off a win over Ryan Garcia in the biggest fight of his career thus far.

Although his standing in boxing is arguably at an all time high, Davis has bigger concerns to deal with out of the ring in the meantime, however, as he has just been sent to jail for two months for breaking a 90 day home detention order.


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