"Deep inside, when I'm not involved with boxing, I'm just a 19-year-old-kid. When I'm in the ring, that's when I take care of business".
From the mean streets of Brooklyn to the glamour of Las Vegas, and from 38 arrests as a wayward teen to 37 straight victories in the ring, Mike Tyson's unprecedented rise to the pinnacle of world heavyweight boxing is the stuff of dreams.
The fury and passion of the raw, teenage Tyson was as inescapable as his devastating uppercut. Opponents facing this whirlwind of punching power had to ask themselves not only if they could beat him, but if they could even withstand the barrage Tyson threw at them in the first round. With twelve of his first sixteen fights ending in Round One knockouts, the mystique surrounding this force of nature grew with every bout.
Featuring contributions from titans of the sport including Lennox Lewis and George Foreman, alongside insight from Tyson's legendary trainer, the late Cus D'Amato, and pre- and post-fight interviews with the man himself, Tyson Raw and Uncut brings together over 20 of the Champ's first bouts. From his debut as a 19-year-old prodigy to his 30-second demolition of Marvis Frazier, son of the legendary Smokin' Joe, and on to his epic Heavyweight Championship clash with Frank Bruno in 1989, this is the fight-by-fight story of Iron Mike Tyson's golden years of boxing.
Bonus fight: Bruno vs Tyson, World Heavyweight Championship, February 1989.
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