Lewis will probably win on points, he'll keep jabbing and keeping Tyson away from getting inside. If Mike does get inside, he can certainly wabble Lewis like Rahman did, but Lewis is too tactical I suspect.
It is well past the time to forget Tyson. It is not 1988 anymore. I hope now Lewis will get all the respect he deserves.
Tyson attracts the wrong kind of attention to boxing. He is a train wreck. Who has he beaten in the last 10 years. Peter McNeeley? hahahaha
I shouldn't say these things. Apparently he learned to read in prison, so he could come to Xtratime, read this and get right pissed.
He'll probably want to eat my children, even though like Lewis I don't have any. When I do, I'll be watching out for Tyson in the maternity ward.
Anyway, I saw an interview last week with Teddy Atlas (the boxing trainer) and he said that every time Tyson acts and says things like he had in interviews leading up to a fight like this one, it was his way of saying he was scared of his opponent. Well, he sure looked scared last night...good.