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    • Curse you, scientists !!!! Why you didn’t clone him is on you!  
    • I’d like to see Brady go to a new team because for years I have predicted and said he would fail without Belichik or Gronk and I would like to finally see if the former is true.  The latter has been proven imo. He looked lackluster without the greatest offensive weapon in the last decade. Imo. Time To prove he is no Peyton Manning who could win under Fox, Caldwell and possibly my grandmother, God rest her soul. Haha.
    • To add to this, the 3 best Heavy WT's I have ever seen live and on film are: 1. Mike Tyson (Prime - 5'10 220) - Total package. Great speed and power in both hands.   2. Muhammad Ali (Prime - 6'3 220) - Best footwork of all-time and was fast with both hands - great speed with both hands, good power, and very smart at wearing opponents down.   3. George Foreman (Prime - 6'4 230) - He was Mike Tyson before Mike but didn't have the speed in both hands Mike had. His power was like Mike's though.   Honorable Mention would be Joe Frazier (Prime - 6'0 210). Frazier gave Ali fits. Frazier was just an all around great fighter. He had great speed in both hands and for a guy that fought at around 210 in a lot of fights, he had pretty good power.
    • IMO Mike Tyson is the GOAT. From 1985 up until Buster Douglas beat him in 1990 he was a machine. He was 37-0 with 33 KO's until Douglas beat him. He was knocking guys out that were like 6'3 - 6'5 230 pounds like it was nothing. He had tremendous speed and power in both hands and was always in shape for every fight until the Douglas fight. In reality you can only look at those 5 years and judge him, so he finished 37-1 with 33 KO's. You can't count anything after he went to prison because he clearly wasn't the same fighter, was pudgy at times, and wasn't near as fast. When he went to prison it ruined his career. When Douglas beat him in Japan, Tyson admitted he didn't even train for the fight and wasn't in true fighting shape and took Douglas for granted. He actually knocked Douglas down in the 8th round of that fight and Douglas got a 13 count, the Ref gave Douglas a huge break. Douglas went on to KO Tyson in the 10th. Douglas also was fighting on pure emotion as his mom just passed away and he trained his butt off for that fight.   People can say Ali is the GOAT all they want but I would take the version of 1988 Mike Tyson all day over anyone. The one that knocked out Michael Spinks in 1 round. That same Michael Spinks beat Larry Holmes twice when Larry was still in his prime.
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