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Mike Tyson - The Baddest Man on the Planet

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MIKE TYSON'S

RING RECORD

 

Tyson throwing bombs at a bewildered Peter McNeeley.


 


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QUICK FACT #1: In 1986 Mike Tyson became the youngest heavyweight champion in boxing history, surpassing the record of former heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson. Tyson was 20 years, 4 months and 22 days old.

QUICK FACT #2: The average Mike Tyson fight lasts just over three rounds.

QUICK FACT #3: Mike Tyson once KO'd an opponent leaving him with a fractured jaw, a fractured cheekbone and five missing teeth.

 

49-3, 1 NC (43 KO's)

 

Date

Opponent

Results

March 6, 1985

Hector Mercedes

Tyson KO 1 (1:47)

April 10, 1985

Trenton Singleton

Tyson KO 1 (0:52)

May 23, 1985

Don Halpin

Tyson KO 4 (1:06)

June 20, 1985

Ricardo Spain

Tyson KO 1 (1:39)

July 11, 1985

John Alderson

Tyson KO 2 (3:00)

July 17, 1985

Larry Sims

Tyson KO 3 (0:24)

August 15, 1985

Lorenzo Canady

Tyson KO 1 (1:05)

September 5, 1985

Michael Johnson

Tyson KO 1 (0:39)

October 9, 1985

Donnie Long

Tyson KO 1 (1:28)

October 25, 1985

Robert Colay

Tyson KO 1 (0:37)

November 1, 1985

Sterling Benjamin

Tyson KO 1 (0:54)

November 13, 1985

Eddie Richardson

Tyson KO 1 (1:17)

November 22, 1985

Conroy Nelson

Tyson KO 2 (0:30)

December 6, 1985

Sammy Scaff

Tyson KO 1 (1:19)

December 7, 1985

Mark Young

Tyson KO 1 (0:50)

January 11, 1986

David Jaco

Tyson KO 1 (2:16)

January 24, 1986

Mike Jameson

Tyson KO 5 (0:46)

February 16, 1986

Jesse Ferguson

Tyson KO 6 (1:19)

March 10, 1986

Steve Zouski

Tyson KO 3 (2:49)

May 3, 1986

James "Quick" Tillis

Tyson W 10

May 20, 1986

Mitch Green

Tyson W 10

June 13, 1986

Reggie Gross

Tyson KO 1 (2:36)

June 28, 1986

William Hosea

Tyson KO 1 (2:03)

July 11, 1986

Lorenzo Boyd

Tyson KO 2 (1:43)

July 26, 1986

Marvis Frazier

Tyson KO 1 (0:30)

August 17, 1986

Jose Ribalta

Tyson KO 10 (1:37)

September 6, 1986

Alfonso Ratliff

Tyson KO 2 (1:41)

November 22, 1986

Trevor Berbick

Tyson KO 2 (2:35) - Gains WBC Heavyweight Title

March 7, 1987

James "Bonecrusher" Smith

Tyson W 12 - Gains WBA Heavyweight Title

May 30, 1987

Pinklon Thomas

Tyson KO 6 (2:00)

August 1, 1987

Tony Tucker

Tyson W 12 - Gains IBF Heavyweight Title

October 16, 1987

Tyrell Biggs

Tyson KO 7 (2:59)

January 22, 1988

Larry Holmes

Tyson KO 4 (2:55)

March 21, 1988

Tony Tubbs

Tyson KO 2 (2:54)

June 27, 1988

Michael Spinks

Tyson KO 1 (1:31)

February 25, 1989

Frank Bruno

Tyson KO 5 (2:55)

July 21, 1989

Carl "The Truth" Williams

Tyson KO 1 (1:33)

February 11, 1990

James "Buster" Douglas

Douglas KO 10 (1:23) - Loses IBF, WBA, WBC Heavyweight Titles

June 16, 1990

Henry Tillman

Tyson KO 1 (2:47)

December 8, 1990

Alex Stewart

Tyson KO 1 (2:27)

March 18, 1991

Donovan "Razor" Ruddock

Tyson KO 7 (2:22)

June 28, 1991

Donovan "Razor" Ruddock

Tyson W 12

August 19, 1995

Peter McNeeley

Tyson W Disq. 1 (1:29)

December 16,1995

Buster Mathis Jr.

Tyson KO 3 (2:32)

March 16, 1996

Frank Bruno

Tyson KO 3 (0:50) - Regains WBC Heavyweight Title

September 7,1996

Bruce Seldon

Tyson KO 1 (1:49) - Regains WBA Heavyweight Title

November 9, 1996

Evander Holyfield

Holyfield TKO 11 (0:37) - Loses WBA/WBC Heavyweight Titles

June 28, 1997

Evander Holyfield

Holyfield W DISQ. 3 (3:00)

January 16, 1999

Francois Botha

Tyson KO 5 (2:59)

October 23, 1999

Julius Francis

Tyson KO 2 (1:57)

January 29, 2000

Orlin Norris

No Contest Round 1 (3:00)

June 24, 2000

Lou Savarese

Tyson KO 1 (0:38)

October 21, 2000

Andrew Golota

Tyson TKO 3 (3:00)

 

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