Aug 02, 2020
Boxing: Mike Tyson: Seek the KO against Jones, I am looking forward to regaining my glory
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Mike Tyson has assured TMZ that he will try to knock Roy Jones Jr. out when Get in the ring on September 12 on his return to the ring because his mindset is still “seek and destroy”. The boxing legend defends itself against those who say that what they want is only to give a show but not to be a real fight.
“This is not a situation where you are going to go out and try to rip each other’s heads off. They’re just going to be moving around the ring and letting the fans see these legends“Andy Foster, executive director of the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC), recently told Yahoo Sports.
After a training session in Los Angeles, Tyson was ambitious. “This is search and destroy and I am looking forward to regaining my glory”, I recognized. And when asked whether to look for the KO, he said: “If the opportunity comes, I am always looking for it.”
Tyson also responded to the boxing legend. George Foreman, who was recently concerned that they were seriously wounded in the combat on the 12th. “Don’t worry about us. [George] I wasn’t worried about getting hurt when he went on his return tour and to fight, “he added.
Foreman, don’t worry about us. “
Mike Tyson, boxing legend
Foreman retired at age 28, after 10 years, he had a legendary return at age 38. He became the heavyweight champion at 45 and finally retired definitively in 97 at 48.
Tyson says that both he and Jones know exactly what they are getting into. “We are both professionals. We know how to handle ourselves,” he said.
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Arsenal legend Robert Pires names Chelsea hardman John Terry and Man Utd icon Rio Ferdinand as toughest opponents
ARSENAL legend Robert Pires has saluted tough diamonds John Terry and Rio Ferdinand - as his hardest Premier League opponents.
French World Cup winner Pires reveals it took him just 25 minutes watching his first game after arriving from Marseille to think of the brutal Prem: "Wow, this football is not for me."3Chelsea all-time great John Terry won both the Premier League and FA Cup five times while being one of Robert Pires' two toughest rivalsCredit: Getty 3Rio Ferdinand lifted the Prem crown on six occasions for Man Utd, also making Robert Pires' pair of hardest opponentsCredit: Reuters 3Robert Pires was the 2002 Writers' Player of the Year and helped Arsenal to the Invincibles' unbeaten title triumph of 2003-2004Credit: Getty Images - Getty
And the Gunners' 2004 Invincible singled out arguably England's finest two centre-backs of the modern generation, long-time Chelsea skipper JT and Manchester United icon Ferdy.
Asked to pick the most difficult players he faced, former winger Pires told the MOTD Top 10 Podcast: "In the Premier League, it was John Terry and Rio Ferdinand.
"Matches against Chelsea and Manchester United were always hard and Terry and Ferdinand were very tough, very physical."ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Gunners news
Pires was the 2002 Football Writers' player of the year. when the Gunners won the double.
And on his way to two Prem crowns plus a couple of FA Cup successes, he was named in the PFA Team of the Year three seasons running.
Yet he admits seeing the English top-flight at close hand, let alone adjusting to it, was a shock to his footballing upbringing,
He said:"Coming from France to play in the Premier League, it was very difficult at the beginning.Most read in FootballPicturedsylvie surferVan der Vaart's ex-wife Sylvie Meis shows off figure in tiny bikini on beachREAL LIFEBale's millionaire life in Madrid with luxury £6.5m home & golf on his doorstepPicturedFRENKIE BEE JONGBarca ace shows off horror swollen hand after bee sting & wearing bandageGossipShaq AwayLiverpool 'willing to let Xherdan Shaqiri leave in summer for £25m'EURO VISIONMan Utd vs Copenhagen FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team newsGossipXHER ENDLiverpool 'open talks' with Roma over potential transfer for Xherdan Shaqiri
"Arsene Wenger told me: "It's not the same football. It's physical, you need to learn.
'My first match was at Sunderland. I was sitting on the bench and after about 20-25 minutes I remember thinking, 'wow, this football is not for me'."
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