When A Gang Leader Confronted Tyson

Dipublikasikan tanggal 20 Mei 2022
BLTV Classic recaps the infamous two-fight saga between Tyson and gang leader, Mitch 'Blood' Green

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  • This is so legendary, I miss these real boxing fight times! They took it from the hood straight into the ring 😄

    • I think he went from the ring to the hood

    • Now you got youtubers taking it to the ring lol

    • @Ty Nao I've got a time machine. Care to go back to 1990 and say that to his face?

    • 🤣🤣🤣

    • @Tree Man The last time he broke a finger was when someone punched him in the nose...

  • Despite everything mikes been through, he’s still kicking it and has a smile on his face. He’s a legend of our time 🙏🏽

    • @Ty Nao 👈weighs 425 Lbs lives in the basement, with his parents, and owns 5 cats.

    • Not true. Boxers must do that to win. Just as martial artists must use deadly move in self defence if they are going to die. Tyson was using strategy. Basketball players from big cities also foul on purpose to hopefully injure good players on the other team to increase chance of winning. Is it against morals? yes. Does it get results? Yes. Its strategy. In love and war there are no rules. Otherwise gangs would not use guns and cops would not use batons and taser on peaceful protesters but instead settle it with bare fists. But we do not live in the world you idealise. We live in reality where a guerilla warfare expert must use tactic to beat a better equiped and larger force. Its ugly but effective. There are no knights and the age of chivalry is over. Bruce Lee himself taught that if you are constrained you SHOULD bite down if that works. Mike did it but still lost. However he lost less than if he didnt do this. Why? Because its a tactic. You did damage before falling. There is no good or bad in war. Thats what all businessmen, military leaders knows. You cant fix problems using violence but you can dominate opponent to limit who else gets to use violence on you. And so that is why boxers must use the tactic to win because at the end of the day fighting is not a civilised game. Its brutal war and we just pretend its a sport. Reality is men who enjoy fighting do it for pleasure not to protect others. The reason its "sport" is because you gain gratification seeing dude hurt each other. No different to watching roman gladiators but a kiddie version. But you cannot deny in real life you would break every rule you thought you had to win. That is what your ancestors did to get you as far as they have.

    • @BaD OpS huh?

  • Mike Tyson in his prime was the complete package. From his appearance, as a stocky, muscled, mean-faced killer, to his ring skill, speed and sheer ferocity that he seemed to be able to switch on and off at will, he had it all.

    • @THOMAS JORDAN Really, because every time he fought someone good he lost, that is a fact no matter how you try and tell it.

    • yeah ! he got that silly little girly-boy lithp......I ever met him on the street that is exactly what I'd say to him . " Hey Michelle ! " I'd say , " ain't you got no ironing nor nothing to be doing ? " ...

    • His voice doesnt fit his face tho xd

    • @† oмnι † No why would i be? his Trainers were horrible most of his career

  • I met Mitch as a kid when I was about 8 years old. I was on the Atlantic City boardwalk with my family. We see Mitch walking toward us in his all white jump suit. My family proceeds to ask him for a picture with me to which he happily agrees. My family is calling him champ, pretty sure they called him Lewis (as in Lenox Lewis) but it didn't seem to bother him. Heck I thought that's who he was for a long time. Mitch proceeds to grab me by my waist and pick me up with one arm and put me on his shoulder. I thought he was a living giant with superhuman strength. I thought I was 30 feet in the air when I was on his shoulder. We are both smiling in the picture. It looks like Mitch was in the middle of saying something. I had that picture next to me in my room for YEARS until one day I am sitting and watching Mike Tysons stand up and he tells this wild story about him and Mitch and for some reason something possessed me to look over at that picture and wouldn't you know it on his white jump suit it says, "Mitch Blood Green." I have the pic posted. How can I show you all as links are not allowed?

    • thats class bro

    • Calm down lil buddy, we believe you

    • @SwoleSteveGaming i was 11 in 96, my brother is of your age! What a lovely story that, followed with an effort to put the pic! Cheers!

    • @Sarcastic Sid shrug I am not sure. I think I am 8 in the picture so that would be 1996.

    • Dope picture! Was thus before or after the Tyson fight?

  • Tyson, the speed of a middleweight and power of a heavyweight. He was the perfect storm, storming the heavyweight division with noting no one has seen, nor has seen since. ☝️😎

  • Honestly looked like tyson was playing with green to keep him alive for as long as possible just to punish him. If tyson really wanted to finish him off, the fight would've been over in the 1st round with a killer upper cut blow that would send green to heaven real quick.

  • Mike taunting green at 5:04 is one of my favorite boxing moments. It's short lived, but Mike is literally swaggering his way through Greens punches. If anyone ever doubted Mike's sheer skills this should put those doubts to rest.

    • @Malcolm Curve stop being a baby

    • @Ty Nao 😂😂😂🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸😂😂😂

    • @Ty Nao you really need to stop with the hate crimes man

    • Tyson never fought any decent fighters before Douglas. Every time, literally every single time that joke Mike Tyson fought even a semi-decent boxer, he was completely demolished and embarrassed. Tyson is a joke and people like you who praise him are an even bigger joke

  • his Left hook was his most devastating punch to get hit with, he finished a lot of fights with it! Mike Tyson was a great boxer and few can say they can match his skill level today!

    • Skill level ? Ye he was savage but just headhunted. ..couldn't sit down and box and never had any.form of b or c plan ...fighters like that only have success so for so long because it doesn't wash when faced with real skilled boxers

  • The look on his face & laugh at the end when he saw Tyson in the crowd… my man thought he saw a ghost 😂😂😂

  • I remember as a kid that people used to complain about Tyson fights because he would knock people out with in few minutes,. With the cost of pay per views and the awful undercards alot of people felt cheated. If you were ever lucky enough to see Tyson as it happened you would understand how magical he was. Invincible.

    • True that, true that. I remember in one of those fights I had to get up and pee and when I came back the fight was over…my dad paid $45 bucks for that ppv.

    • @Phil Walters yeah and Muhammad Ali was the same too but they was most definitely the greatest boxers of times even the ones you mentioned 💯

    • Nah it was because he never fought any decent boxers. The fights should have lasted longer if they were actually meant to last longer. Once Tyson actually fought decent boxers (Douglas, Holyfield, etc) the fights lasts 10+ rounds and ended with Tyson on the canvas or being DQ's for biting people's ears off

    • ☯️

  • Tyson's ability to turn gang members into Christian ministers with a few punches is truly astonishing

    • facts

    • That’s power. 💥🥊

    • Not really... we christians turn the other cheeck. Rememba?

    • Well, he himself converted to islam.

  • It's insane that I can feel the adrenaline when Mike smiled through the screen. Yk when you do something you love, and all of a sudden you feel that hyper adrenaline that just get so you so damn happy. Yeah that's Mike

    • Tyson never fought any decent fighters before Douglas. Every time, literally every single time that joke Mike Tyson fought even a semi-decent boxer, he was completely demolished and embarrassed. Tyson is a joke and people like you who praise him are an even bigger joke

  • Mike is & was simply a superhuman legend!!! I do give the other dude mad credit and respect!! Most sane individuals wouldn't step into a ring with Tyson, myself included.

  • Mike is the GOAT. I'm grateful to have watched him live in his prime. It was an amazing sight to witness.

  • His heart sank to the seat when he saw Tyson in the crowd 😂😂

    • @Ty Nao a lot of Tyson opponents were really good as he was, Riddick bowe, razor Riddick, Mitch went 10rounds with, he made his opponents look mediocre, he was just that good, the world has never saw anything like Tyson till this day, that quick, that powerful, that defensive, that intimidating

    • "he seen" HaHa!!

    • Tyson never fought any decent fighters before Douglas. Every time, literally every single time that joke Mike Tyson fought even a semi-decent boxer, he was completely demolished and embarrassed. Tyson is a joke and people like you who praise him are an even bigger joke

  • I’ll never forget watching Tyson fights as a kid...it was actually comical. People would spend months getting hyped for the fight and he would go out there and absolutely destroy them and it was over before you could even blink. Some fights were over so fast you were like, wtf just happened. Ali may have been the best “boxer” ever but Tyson was an absolute animal in the ring.

    • who knows what is the name of the melody from the last 5 seconds of the video?

    • Learned having the boys over to watch the fight was more or less pizza and beer cause it was over in seconds

    • ....the best story i have ever heard was that REGGIE WELLS....OPRAHS" MAKEUP ARTIST was doing ROBIN GIVENS' makeup for one of TYSONS' fights....MIKE approved of the dress...and the makeup...and went off to beat whoevers' ASS....LOL...by the time ROBIN got there...THE FIGHT WAS OVER....LOL...it was within 3 MINUTES...LOL....

    • Tyson never fought any decent fighters before Douglas. Every time, literally every single time that joke Mike Tyson fought even a semi-decent boxer, he was completely demolished and embarrassed. Tyson is a joke and people like you who praise him are an even bigger joke

    • @Braxnjackson jack Agreed.

  • Braver man than me. Give him credit. He had a problem and squared up. No knife, no gun. Man to man.

  • That ending put a big smile on my face. Awesome ending and im glad both of them are cool with each other now.

  • That moment when Mike Tyson was in the audience while Green was unknowingly talking shit about him, was one of the top trolling moments of all time 🤣 Right up there with 50 cent buying all of the front row tickets at Ja Rules concert

    • @bangwithcamino 😆😆 he's up there nervously laughing while Mike is smiling and waving like a 8yo girl 🤣

    • 😂😂😂 That boy sht himself a little bit. "It was at this moment, he knew....."

    • 🤣 had me rolling

  • Mike Tyson was probably the most underrated boxer of all time. This man was very very good. He'd be very good with young men today not only as a role model but as a speaker to help so many misguided boys who live day by day in the streets

  • Mike's punching power was well documented, but I think many have slept on his punching speed, it was ridiculous.

    • SPEED is part of the power dummy... his speed is not a unknown

    • Speed is power

    • @Rick Storm congratulations but why did you feel the need to share all that about yourself? Just makes you seem stuck on yourself or one of those "legend in your own mind" types

    • I only weigh 55 kg I'm a small petite man but I have put to sleep 2 men in my life time with one punch and it's not because im strong

    • @T Ali?

  • MIKE TYSON IS NOW A LIVING LEGEND. The more I learn about him. The more impressed I become.

  • "he suckered punched me because he was with his friends", so says the guy who was running the 'street' where he was pummeled

    • @Doughy Donut Co. Why don't you challenge Mike Tyson to a fight and prove how overrated that he was. And let us know how that works out for you. All his losses were to top contenders and well known boxers, unlike guys like cesar-chavez who pile up a bunch of wins fighting virtually unknowns. Clearly you never followed boxing to make that asinine statement

    • Tyson was the most overrated boxer in history. Just look at his losses to see how overrated he was

    • @Dad Eee This guy is trolling, he thinks that because Mitch's nickname was "Blood" means that he was the leader of the bloods. Mitch was a local gang leader, no relation to the bloods. His nickname however, comes from him making people bleed in street fights.

    • @Dad Eee He wasn't a bloods member, that i know.

    • @Donovan Williams so he wasn’t a gang member of any gang at all?

  • 7:22 "demanding Tyson either give him a rematch or empty his pocket at the spot" LMAO 🤣🤣😂😂

    • 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Trying to be a stick up dude and got knocked out

  • Gotta love Tyson, the more you learn about him the more you like him. What a legend.

  • “Everybody has a plan until they get hit in the face” - Mike Tyson. This will go down as one of the greatest boxing quotes of all time.

    • @fjvideo lol. Good luck princess.

    • @TBDBBIDOC! FACT! I have no reason to fight him. If anyone tried to harm me, we'd fight. I would win.

  • "Who threw the first punch?" "He did! He sucker punched me!" Yeah..like a freaking liar. How a drug dealer who threatened to rob Mike Tyson got on TV is disgraceful.

    • Lol green knew better

    • To llie like that made him look like a total coward Cant even man up and tell the truth with witneses. Thug...Tyson dont run from nobody

    • wanted to ride on Tyson's fame. Shame there was no smart phone camera's back then but all the witness were unanimous Tyson tore him a new one. Many people forget Tyson was raised on the mean streets and got into plenty of scuffles himself.

  • Its crazy to think a humiliating loss against Mike Tyson in the ring and on the streets actually resulted in a happier life for Mitch Green, man went from dealing drugs in a dangerous gang to finding faith in god and preaching christianity

    • Just the right amount of Brain damage.

    • @Bryan Rendleman Just like the Donnie guy Mike also fought..

    • He just needed a job. Not many options for gang leading drug dealers besides pimping.

    • ROTTING CHRIST

  • Say what you want about Mike Tyson's personal life, in the ring he was a beast and everyone was afraid of him. Boxing has never been the same since Tyson left boxing. I couldn't tell you who the world champion is today. Boxing needs another Mike Tyson!

    • @nis bo You don't understand boxing. It's okay, most Mike Tyson fans don't.

    • @Ty Nao hahabahhahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahhahab i would be so embarassed if i were you

  • I was in prison at the same place as Tyson, he bought all the weight lifting equipment and built a gym. Nice guy

    • My uncle was also down here in Indiana

  • Tyson has protagonist vibes. Especially with how he went from being a monster who scared himself to a wise old man taking trips like the magi did. Greatest growth arc ever told. From warrior to sage.

    • Do you REALLY get a "wise" vibe from old Tyson? 🤣 I mean, the man can barely speak clearly. If anything he gives me an old pothead man vibe.

    • @Poirier's Louisiana Style Hot Sauce or an anime

    • @Lee Brown he was asked this question and he said “do you know what it takes to be a great trainer? A lot more than a great fighter” Even today, Tyson sells himself short

    • @SourMonk Your entire arguement is speculation. 'Maybe' nothing. Mike was still fighting professionally less than 2 years ago, and is still more physically active than most people half his age. So that whole "he had to calm down" theory of yours is nonsense. "1M was a lot of money in the 90s bro" You say that as if that wasn't relatively recent. Adjusting for inflation to present day barely changes that number. It's a drop of water to an ocean of what Tyson was making. The woman refused the 1M because she wanted more money and it backfired so she ended up without anything for her lies. And of course he denies it to this day. Who is going to admit to committing a disgusting crime they're innocent of? Use your head. Nobody is going to admit to doing something they didn't do. There was 0 evidence presented against Mike other than that woman's accusations. You can dig deep and find the police reports and see that the assault kit they used on the woman came back showing 0 signs that her claims were true. His DNA wasn't even present anywhere on her body or the scene of the alleged crime. Which if you know anything about forensics, you'd know that's almost impossible if he was actually present or did that to her. Tyson isn't smart enough to outwit crime scene investigators and completely erase every single trace of his DNA inside of someone's body, and in a bed where his sweat / hair would've been abundant. (had it actually happened) You mad he didn't get charged for a crime without any evidence to back it up? Sorry. That's how the legal system works. Public opinion doesn't equate to guilt. And at least Tyson doesn't spend his free time trash talking people he doesn't actually know, like you do. He spends it growing. You should try the same.

  • I've never seen anyone more passionate about their craft than Iron Mike. It's inspired me to be just as passionate about the things I do. It's the only way to live. In a way I feel like he showed a bit of compassion for Mitch by not just clobbering him with the uppercut, and ending him early. It's too bad things had to get sour outside the ring. I never like to see this, but it's none of my business. I hope both are doing ok these days. This is a classic!

    • @Ty Nao he won 2 gold medals in the junior Olympics, beat 3 world heavyweight champions to unify the belts, was the youngest heavyweight champion in history and came back after being in prison several years to win the title again. That’s not something a “joke” does. It’s been well documented that Tyson wasn’t ready for a fight vs Douglas or anyone else that night. He hadn’t properly trained, he was still jacked up from jet lag and simply didn’t want to be there. Douglas took advantage like any boxer would & with the added motivation of losing his mother before the fight he still needed 10 rounds to beat Tyson. If you want to say he’s not the greatest of all time, I have no issue with that, but to say he was a joke just makes you look like a troll that isn’t very good at trolling and is even worse at analyzing boxers.

    • Tyson never fought any decent fighters before Douglas. Every time, literally every single time that joke Mike Tyson fought even a semi-decent boxer, he was completely demolished and embarrassed. Tyson is a joke and people like you who praise him are an even bigger joke

    • Nah man, what Tyson did wasn’t compassionate. In this video and other interviews he’s said he didn’t want to knock him out because he wanted to beat the brakes off of him for all the trash talk. As for being passionate about boxing, I agree 100%. The amount of respect he’s shown for fighters that came before him is another side of him that’s cool to see. I’ll never forget how humble and childlike he was on The Arsenio Hall Show during an interview with him and Muhammad Ali. Even better was him destroying Holmes to avenge his beating of Ali…

  • A lot of respect to Mitch for his first objective moving out of the ghetto! Unfortunately there’s certain things in life you cannot forget about, if people don’t comprehend you.

  • A heavyweight boxer on how it feels to be punched by Tyson, “it feels like he has bricks inside his gloves” he was born to fight, with 100% blessings of nature…

  • Mike Tyson was a true professional, an expert at his craft and the more you review his fights the more details you see.

  • There was a time when I believed nobody, dead or alive, could have beat Mike in his prime. Nobody. The speed, the power, the skill and athleticism, all worked together to make a true beast in that ring.

    • @Ty Nao I don't even know where to start... Lol. Holy field was my favorite from that era, but he beat Tyson by clinching, headbutting, and just frustrating him. A win is a win... I know. And don't forget, Holyfield had one of the best chins in the division. Back in 86-89, it would have been a better fight. Same with Lennox Lewis. That was way past their primes. Lewis with a huge height and especially reach advantage was key to that fight. And as far as not beating any good boxers, I think the following fighters may beg to differ: Pinklon Thomas Tony Tucker Tony Tubbs Trevor Berbick Donovan Ruddock Michael Spinks Larry Holmes (I know he was over the hill, but still a big tree to chop down). One of my old boxing instructors fought Mike Tyson early in his career (1986). I always thought that was cool when I was a kid.

    • @Duane Bailey oh and you don't think Tyson took steroids hahahaha what are you in a cult. They all took roids Holyfield was just 2x the size because Tyson had a small frame and narrow shoulders. He got manhandled by Holyfield and embarrassed so he literally ate his ears....lmao. Tyson was trash.

    • @Ty Nao haha good one. That's why holyfield was busted for steriods right. Still could barely beat Tyson when he got outta jail and drugged out. The entire sports world was rampant into steroids when he was dominant. The entire heavy weight boxing died after him. It's the fact that he made Sugar ray look bad.

    • @Duane Bailey Tyson never fought any decent fighters before Douglas. Every time, literally every single time that joke Mike Tyson fought even a semi-decent boxer, he was completely demolished and embarrassed. Tyson is a joke and people like you who praise him are an even bigger joke

  • Mike Tyson era incrível, como tinha força e velocidade , um mito!

  • I must say it again: most of his early opponents haven't been aware of the lethal situation they put themselves in when they entered a ring with Mike Tyson standing on the other side.

  • Tyson’s rendition of his beef with Green was hilarious 🤣

  • Imagine getting hit by Tyson with no gloves on. 🤜🏾💥

  • Tyson is a living legend, mad respect to anyone who willingly stepped into the ring against him.

    • Tyson never fought any decent fighters before Douglas. Every time, literally every single time that joke Mike Tyson fought even a semi-decent boxer, he was completely demolished and embarrassed. Tyson is a joke and people like you who praise him are an even bigger joke

    • @Ultimate Liam Fanboy 56 Lmfao 😂🤣😅. U killed me lol.😀

    • 100 per cent spot on. Mid to late 80s, Tyson was on another level of boxing brutality.

    • @x3n ium Not the actions that he probably isn't aware but respect in the sense of challing the best boxer in the world at that time. Should be common sense, but whatever lol

  • "You might be bad but i am the baddest" Mike tyson 👑

  • I had the pleasure of having met both Tyson and Green in person. Tyson gave me an autograph in Times Square in NYC in 1987 and Mitch Green was a passenger in my taxicab. He was absolutely hilarious and cool. I remember him referring to Don King as Don “Queen” lol

  • l am 43 years old and l could remember my father got up me for tyson's fights. Because we are in Turkey and had a big time difference from USA. l love him and have a big respect to him. İf he didn't go to the jail noone would take his golden belt. Mike , Man big respect to you from Turkey

  • You know I’d honestly forgotten that Tyson didn’t wear a robe going into the ring. That’s just class.

  • Let's be honest though....surviving 10 rounds with Tyson...he's still a beast

    • Tyson never fought any decent fighters before Douglas. Every time, literally every single time that joke Mike Tyson fought even a semi-decent boxer, he was completely demolished and embarrassed. Tyson is a joke and people like you who praise him are an even bigger joke

    • @David Leonard Yeah i know Mitch's story. But what ended up of him? Going back to the street, doing drugs? Surely he could've lived a much better, more successful life if he stayed a boxer. No one could've beaten Tyson at that time anyway. But maybe he could've had a decent boxing career if he came back and devoted himself. A rematch would've been suicide. He should've focussed on fighting other boxers imo. But it's always easy to look back and say he should've done this or that. And yeah ego and pride plays a big part but in the end, it's all meaningless. You shouldn't let ego or pride get in the way of your future. When all is said and done, no one will care about your reputation at the time. All they care about is whether you're successful or not. Muhammed Ali, Mike Tyson, Lennox Lewis, Evander Holyfield, Roberto Duran, Sugar Ray Leonard, all the greats etc lost. And then they came back and redeemed themselves. That's the way how it should be. And even if they lost and never became champion again, knowing they gave it their all, is a redemption to themselves. But quitting? That will haunt you forever.

    • @C he didn't get knocked out because Mike CHOSE NOT to knock him out...but I understand what you are saying. Boxing is more than just a sport and money..especially heavyweight. A ton of it is about pride and ego (which Mike so openly talks about, these days). That was a huge deflation to Mitch's ego- especially when he couldn't get a rematch. He was a leader of a blood gang and the man in the STREET, before he even stepped foot in the ring. That loss damaged his reputation, bro. Much more than just boxing.

    • @David Leonard Mike was a beast, but he didn't get knocked out. Every opponent after mike would've been easier.

  • The anticipation for Tyson's fights was incredible. What a phenom

  • You can just easily tell that Mike held back keeping him alive for as long

  • Lol I love the way it's just casually mentioned that "Green retired to return to the streets making a living selling drugs" as if it were some calculated, wise career decision.

  • seems to me that Tyson was a class act. Contrary to what the 80's media had to say. He's a good man.

    • Couldn't agree more. The guy was honest to a fault. If he had a problem with you, he told you straight up. And god forbid you say something to p*ss him off.

  • Imagine being deemed the "king of NY street gangs" and then suing someone over a street fight you started

    • @Black Flies Splatter Gang members back then still believed in fist fights, shooting was for matters that they thought couldn’t be solved with a fight.

    • @Ty Nao how you doing Mr Green.

    • in the same street your the "king" of

  • Green all pumped up and everything pops in the shop, and all of a sudden gets dragged out and knocked out in his own back yard just shows the ferocity of Mike Tyson's brutality! .......Legend.

  • Tyson sitting amongst the audience just waving at Mitch cracks me up.

  • You're right, there are importance of multiple stream of income, unfortunately having a job don't mean financial freedom or security

  • dude mike being in the crowd and mitches reaction was priceless

  • Mike is one of the most skilled heavy weights ever and nobody can take that away from him , he has the gift . people talk about the power but it is his skill .

    • @Obesus me to lmao

    • @dontelimpike 💯💯

    • @Kenzie Annie Lordy lordy now yall fighting over lil ole me😊 make love not war is my philosophy. And in the end the love you make is equal to the love you take. Paul McCartney.

    • @Glenn In the words of the great Muhammad Ali, "I am the greatest. All yous must kneel before me. I told you I was the greatest" ( err can't remember what he said after that🤔😅😉 ) Thanks for having my back✌️

    • I am truly amazed at the shitstorm that has unfurled here in just two days

  • Tyson in his prime would pretty much send anyone to sleep - he was a legend for a reason - shame he got screwed over the way he did.

  • We can all talk sh*t about Green , but I don’t know that any of us would last 10 seconds in the ring with Tyson , let alone 10 rounds. Obviously Green was a very gifted boxer and had serious potential that unfortunately went all to waste due to his socioeconomic condition and upbringing.

    • ​@Dinger-b2z No , you are right, his own decisions were of course a big part of his demise. Me having been fortunate enough not to grow up in such a rough environment as Green, is hard for me to imagine that such a life wouldn't affect my professional career and my decision-making in the worst way possible. Recall that Tyson's coach made Tyson read tons of books about the lives of great men of the past, precisely to make Tyson understand that there are other ways of thinking and viewing the world besides the street-life one. He did this to help Tyson break away from the mental entrapment and self-estructive view of life that the rough neighbourhoods give you .

    • @Ty Nao boxing expert 😂😂

    • @Ty Nao ur insane

    • @Ry Townsend I'm not a boxer, but I am a boxing expert.

    • @Ty Nao post your fights

  • This is like a good episode of Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories. Only thing missing was him not narrating it.😢😂😂 On God!!! But, seriously this is damn good.

  • The editing in that last part where Green's laughing is perfect.

  • “Everybody’s got a plan until they get punched in the mouth “ Mike Tyson One of the best quotes by anyone ever

    • @John Edwards there’s was/is a compilation of quotes by Iron Mike on YT. Coming up I remember many of them , but still hilarious. A lot of it shit he couldn’t get away with today in our ultra sensitive pc culture. I believe what used to happen was they’d pull him off his meds a couple weeks before a fight and when someone would stick a microphone/camera in his face , you never knew what the hell he was gonna say or do. He was a funny dude sometimes, even if it was unintentional

    • If I had a $1 for every time I’ve seen this same boring generic quote, I’d be living a comfortable life

    • Absolutely best quote by not the most intelligent man. Love Tyson tho even tho he's dumb as bricks

    • Yo I love that shit lmaoo for real tho

  • Could you imagine how powerful Mike Tyson would have been if he would have been like 6' 4 instead of 5 foot 10. He would have had the extra reach he would have been so Much more devastating

  • I love how when brothers get old they drop beefs and just chill out lol age brings wisdom

  • What an amazing feat, Mike punched the love of God into the guy!

  • Mike Tyson is one of the coolest characters nowadays. love him

  • This is legendary. Mike attending the show as an audience is the real legendary move here. 😅

    • He wanted to finish green once and for all after the show😂🤣

  • When you graduate from college with honors and ready to get your dream jobs, then reality hits. That's might be every Mike opponents feel.

  • Mike in the audience waving at the end got me on floor😂😂

  • Everybody recognises Muhammad Ali as the greatest heavy weight in boxing history, but Mike Tyson's very different individual style and power must place this legendary boxer second.

  • Tyson could’ve easily killed that man can you imagine bareknuckle from Tyson in his prime

  • We always thought about Tyson's quick knockouts, but I think a lot of people have forgotten how superb great his head movement was.

    • u bet PJ. On it bro

    • Yeah his head game was nasty

    • The lesson here is don't get in the ring with Iron Mike.

  • Imagine you get a punch from Tyson without gloves 😂

  • That statement "Oh man! He freaked me out" is just a simple way of acknowledging Tyson's eminence. And when he realized Tyson was watching, he was like "man! I spill the tea!" 😂 😂

  • Mitch Green was very tough, he lasted the distance with a Prime Iron Mike!!

  • the gang leader really got my respect fixing his life up in the best way possible god bless him and all it took was mike tyson knocking some sense into him

  • Tyson’s peekaboo style was definitely key in making Tyson so lethal.... him being so short in contrast to a majority of his opponents he was so dangerous for anyone he fought. d’amato was a genius of a coach for having Tyson adopt that style and fighting in heavyweight, it was almost unheard of that a fighter like Tyson to fight at heavyweight being so short

    • @William Lundy I noticed you didn't respond to anything in what I actually wrote, because it was all true. Any time Tyson went against a decent boxer, he got embarrassed an destroyed. Just look at his losses (you do know Tyson lost a lot of fights, right?)

    • @Ty Nao people who call people jokes because of their dissenting opinions are the biggest joke! Hey, but I don't write the jokes, I just tell them lol. 😘🤗

    • @AD- Lid Tyson never fought any decent fighters before Douglas. Every time, literally every single time that joke Mike Tyson fought even a semi-decent boxer, he was completely demolished and embarrassed. Tyson is a joke and people like you who praise him are an even bigger joke

  • Gotta love Mike man, the dude was no nonsense and dam if someone got under his skin hed punish them without any remorse. Legend!

  • I love that Tyson was at the show, I have much respect for that man. And God bless Mr. Green for finding his way home to Christ our King. Amen!

  • I remember being a small kid when boxing was big. I used to stay at my grandparents house every weekend and watch boxing with my grandfather. Man I miss those days. Tyson was a fuckin beast. I gotta give it to Green though, he lasted every round. I would even last one. 😂😂

  • That laugh at the end 😂

  • The force that Tyson can throw hook punches at is impressive, he really is able to swing his body mass into it. Some people think he is small because of height, however if you look at his body is very wide and thick and very muscular, he is 240lbs. He is essentially built like a Samoan.

    • Japanese Dr's once did a measurement of Tyson in every which way and determined that he was built no different than any other man of similar frame except for one key difference. His neck was unusally thick and they surmised that's where his power came from.

    • @Adam B34 y hi

    • 100% right. It is his thick waist that gives him more stability in comparison with taller and slimmer oponents

    • "In 2002, Tyson fought for the world heavyweight title at the age of 35, losing by knockout to Lennox Lewis. He retired from professional boxing in 2006 after being knocked out in consecutive matches against Danny Williams and Kevin McBride." Too old to fight.🤣 5 ft 10 in (178 cm), "small" for heavy weight.

    • Mike is 5'9-5'10, not 5'11

  • This was back when gangster could actually throw hands. Yes there was shootouts but you could still get your ass whooped and go home. Nowadays, it's pulling straight to the peace or acting a fool on insta

  • I’m grateful to have watched him and Jordan live in his prime

  • Mike Tyson. Even typing the first two letters of his surname on ID-tv, his name is spelt out. Now that is the stuff of legend.

  • Tyson lost his composure in the first fight, he fought Green’s fight and started head hunting too much….he dominated fights because he worked the body so effectively. He was the GOAT of his time for sure, too bad he didn’t stay with good people like Cus…who knows how successful his career would have been.

  • Among what everyone else is accurately saying, I'm just looking at how massive *and* compact Tyson was in those fights. Just a walking tank. It looks like punching him would be like punching a fire hydrant.

    • @Jenn and Josh Tyson was the 🐐

    • @Pete746 Yup. He deserves his place in boxing history.

    • @dontelimpike Lol ok monty, I see your opinion too, you believe Tyson was overrated, I get where your coming from, the other guys were always there etc, perhaps he does get more attention than others who were his equal or more, it’s all down to how we see it individually, but I will agree on one thing, in the record books when he faced Holyfield and Lewis he lost, what could’ve happened regarding his potential will always be a matter of opinion

    • @Pete746 Err, more like a python really, but OK.😄👍( I call it Monty😉)

  • That laugh at the end was gold

  • It's so weird to see guys actually swing at each other compared to the Mayweather Era of defensive boxing

  • Imagine taking Tyson on in a street fight. In the ring gloves are at least some form of protection along with a couple of rules 😂

  • That ending was absolutely priceless!....⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ video👍🏼

  • Mike Tyson is genuinely the only person I've ever genuinely feared, the man is the stuff of nightmares for me. He's speed and power Is almost cartoon scary, his ability to take hits is unreal and the fact you can see he has 0 fear at all at anypoint is incredible. A 10 in a centry of humanity surely.

    • It was a real shame, he was surrounded by such useless people. He really could have rivaled Ali as the greatest given enough time

  • Mike Tyson will always be the greatest boxer for me. Yes that’s above Ali etc. just my personal opinion

  • I used to dislike Tyson a great deal but over the years I have come to respect and love him I hope you are well Mr Tyson. Bless you.

  • Tyson also had speed to avoid punches too. Tyson and Ali in my opinion were kind of the same on this, in regards to early years, they both had speed in their hands but also in avoiding getting hit, then in later years they proved they could take punches then. Say what you want but Tyson took some ass whipings but where Ali would then somehow find a way to survive and win, Tyson would just get more and more frustrated and try to end it with one punchb

  • 19-6 is still a really solid record and its nice to see that they moved on and that mitch turned his life around somewhat.

    • @CRVXMXND I’m black and I didn’t know black webs exist my bad I’m not racist lol

    • @Bandokay’s Auntie lol surprised black people like anime lol 😂

    • @Jonk one of my mixed friends was a huge weeb, he watched a ton of anime and did the Naruto hand signs often. He moved away though 😢

    • @Robert Watt a pro boxer is a pro boxer. if you're winning more than you lose then you're doing something right

    • I mean probably just another grift but whatever maybe he actually believes it.

  • Mike Green is likely still pulling dents out of his body from that fight with Tyson. 1800 PSI per punch has got to hurt no matter how well conditioned you are

  • "In Green's element - The street" This man forgot Tyson is born and raised on the street.

  • I remember in one particular fight he threw a jab off his right foot and you knew the opposition was done for all the power and its wasnt even a full throttle punch

  • My dude did go the distance with the baddest man to ever live while in his prime.

  • Mitch Green’s mic skills were ahead of their time. He would have been brilliant in WWE.

    • @Haroon khan Mike probably would have beaten Ali. Ali said so himself when they were together in an interview on some talk show. Mike said no way but Ali said he was glad they never fought.

    • @Bryan Rendleman oh ok sorry

    • @Haroon khan I clarified my comment. I meant that Ali used media prolifically to his advantage.

    • @Bryan Rendleman mike is better than ali but i think ali is still a good fighter especailly when he dodges without blocking is smooth

    • They all learned using media from Ali.