How Mike Tyson Scored The Knockout Punch

Welcome back fight fans! In this video we take a look at Mike Tyson, he’s one of the most famous boxers in the world, and for good reason too. Everyone knows he’s a boxer that has a lot of knockouts on his record, but do you know just how he was able to score the knockout punch? Here on The Fight Game we take a look at three categories – Shifting, Head Movement, and Psychology, and we talk about how these three skills helped Mike Tyson score the Knockout Punch in the Boxing ring.

Resource Credits:

? Music:
• Kevin Macleod – Brittle Rille
• Ballpoint – Travieso
• Ballpoint & Cushy – Perdidos

? Visuals:
• Showtime Sports:
• Boxing Hall of Fame:


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