|Real name||Michael Gerard Tyson|
The Baddest Man on the Planet
|Birth date||June 30, 1966|
|Birth place||Brooklyn, New York|
|Wins by KO||44|
Michael Gerard "Mike" Tyson (born June 30, 1966) is an American boxer. Tyson was the undisputed heavyweight champion and holds the record as the youngest boxer to win the WBC, WBA and IBF world heavyweight titles. He won the WBC title when he was 20 years, 4 months and 22 days old, after defeating Trevor Berbick by a TKO in the second round.
 Mike Tyson on Islam
 Professional boxing record
|50 Wins (44 knockouts, 5 decisions, 1 disqualification), 6 Losses , 0 Draws, 2 No Contests|
|Loss||50–6||Kevin McBride||TKO||6 (10), 3:00||2005-06-11||MCI Center, Washington, DC||Tyson's trainer Jeff Fenech asked for the fight to be stopped after the sixth round.|
Fenech decided Tyson was unable to continue through exhaustion and called the fight off.
|Loss||50–5||Danny Williams||KO||4 (10), 2:51||2004-07-30||Freedom Hall State Fairground, Louisville, KY||With 30 seconds left in round one, Tyson sustained ligament damage to his left knee and visibly reached for his knee in pain.|
Tyson was knocked out in round four and claimed afterwards he was struggling to even stand from the injury. Four days later, Tyson underwent successful surgery to repair the torn knee ligaments.
|Win||50–4||Clifford Etienne||KO||1 (10), 0:49||2003-02-22||The Pyramid, Memphis, TN|
|Loss||49–4||Lennox Lewis||KO||8 (12), 2:25||2002-06-08||The Pyramid, Memphis, TN||IBF/IBO/WBC Heavyweight titles on the line.|
|Win||49–3||Brian Nielsen||TKO||7 (10), 3:00||2001-10-13||Parken, Copenhagen, Denmark||Corner retirement.|
|NC||48–3||Andrew Gołota||No contest||3 (10)||2000-10-20||The Palace, Auburn Hills, MI||Originally a win after round two for Tyson after Gołota refused to continue fighting, the bout was ruled|
a no contest by the Michigan State Athletic Commission due to Tyson testing positive for cannabis after the fight.
|Win||48–3||Lou Savarese||TKO||1 (10), 0:38||2000-06-24||Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland||Tyson accidentally hits referee John Coyle after Coyle stopped the bout.|
During post fight interview, he comments he'd eat Lennox Lewis' children.
|Win||47–3||Julius Francis||TKO||2 (10), 1:03||2000-01-29||M.E.N. Arena, Manchester, England|
|NC||46–3||Orlin Norris||No contest||1 (10), 3:00||1999-10-23||MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV||Norris suffered a knee injury following a post-bell punch from Tyson.|
|Win||46–3||Francois Botha||KO||5 (10), 2:59||1999-01-16||MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV|
|Loss||45–3||Evander Holyfield||Disqualification||3 (12)||1997-06-28||MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV||"The Bite Fight", Tyson disqualified for twice biting Holyfield's ears in round three.|
Tyson's license was revoked for a year for this.
|Loss||45–2||Evander Holyfield||TKO||11 (12), 0:37||1996-11-09||MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV||Lost WBA Heavyweight title.|
|Win||45–1||Bruce Seldon||TKO||1 (12), 1:49||1996-09-07||MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV||Won WBA Heavyweight title.|
WBC title not on the line.
Tyson relinquished the WBC title on September 24.
It was after this match that rapper Tupac Shakur was shot in a drive-by shooting.
|Win||44–1||Frank Bruno||TKO||3 (12), 0:50||1996-03-16||MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV||Won WBC Heavyweight title.|
|Win||43–1||Buster Mathis, Jr.||KO||3 (12), 2:32||1995-12-16||Core States Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Tyson defeated the undefeated counterpuncher with two right uppercuts as he slipped to the side when Mathis moved in.|
|Win||42–1||Peter McNeeley||Disqualification||1 (10)||1995-08-19||MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV||McNeeley was disqualified after his manager entered the ring. This was Tyson's comeback fight after serving 4 years in prison.|
|Win||41–1||Donovan Ruddock||Decision (unanimous)||12||1991-06-28||Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV||Ruddock sustained a broken jaw and Tyson suffered a perforated eardrum. This was Tyson's last fight before prison.|
|Win||40–1||Donovan Ruddock||TKO||7 (12), 2:22||1991-03-18||Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV||The fight was surrounded in controversy after referee Richard Steele stopped Ruddock in the 7th round after a barrage of punches from Tyson even though he appeared to be ok to continue. As a result of the premature stoppage a fight broke out in the ring between both camps and a rematch was called for.|
|Win||39–1||Alex Stewart||KO||1 (10), 2:27||1990-12-08||Convention Center, Atlantic City, NJ||The fight was waved off by the referee as a result of the three knock-down rule. Alex Stewart had gone down three times in the first round.|
|Win||38–1||Henry Tillman||KO||1 (10), 2:47||1990-06-16||Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV||Tyson gained revenge over the man who had beaten him twice in the amateurs.|
|Loss||37–1||James Douglas||KO||10 (12)||1990-02-11||Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan||Lost IBF/WBA/WBC/RING Heavyweight titles in what is considered to be the biggest upset in the history of boxing.|
|Win||37–0||Carl Williams||TKO||1 (12), 1:33||1989-07-21||Atlantic City, NJ||Retained IBF/WBA/WBC/RING Heavyweight titles.
Tyson's 6th defense as undisputed champion.
|Win||36–0||Frank Bruno||TKO||5 (12), 2:55||1989-02-25||Las Vegas, NV||Retained IBF/WBA/WBC/RING Heavyweight titles.|
|Win||35–0||Michael Spinks||KO||1 (12), 1:31||1988-06-27||Atlantic City, NJ||Won Ring Magazine Heavyweight title and retained IBF/WBA/WBC Heavyweight titles.|
|Win||34–0||Tony Tubbs||TKO||2 (12), 2:54||1988-03-21||Tokyo, Japan||Retained IBF/WBA/WBC Heavyweight titles.|
|Win||33–0||Larry Holmes||TKO||4 (12), 2:55||1988-01-22||Atlantic City, NJ||Retained IBF/WBA/WBC Heavyweight titles.|
|Win||32–0||Tyrell Biggs||TKO||7 (12), 2:59||1987-10-16||Atlantic City, NJ||Retained IBF/WBA/WBC Heavyweight titles.|
|Win||31–0||Tony Tucker||Decision (unanimous)||12||1987-08-01||Las Vegas, NV||Won IBF Heavyweight title and retained WBA/WBC Heavyweight titles, becoming Undisputed Heavyweight champion.|
|Win||30–0||Pinklon Thomas||TKO||6 (12), 2:00||1987-05-30||Las Vegas, NV||Retained WBA/WBC Heavyweight titles.|
|Win||29–0||James Smith||Decision (unanimous)||12||1987-03-07||Las Vegas, NV||Won WBA Heavyweight title and retained WBC Heavyweight title.|
|Win||28–0||Trevor Berbick||TKO||2 (12), 2:35||1986-11-22||Las Vegas, NV||Won WBC Heavyweight title and becomes youngest heavyweight champion in boxing history.|
|Win||27–0||Alonzo Ratliff||KO||2 (10), 1:41||1986-09-06||Las Vegas, NV|
|Win||26–0||José Ribalta||TKO||10 (10), 1:23||1986-08-17||Atlantic City, NJ|
|Win||25–0||Marvis Frazier||KO||1 (10), 0:30||1986-07-26||Glens Falls, NY||Frazier, the highly touted prospect, was backed up and crushed with a trademark Tyson combo and knocked out cold, in 30 seconds.|
|Win||24–0||Lorenzo Boyd||KO||2 (10), 1:43||1986-07-11||Swan Lake, NY|
|Win||23–0||William Hosea||KO||1 (10), 2:03||1986-06-28||Troy, NY|
|Win||22–0||Reggie Gross||TKO||1 (10), 2:36||1986-06-13||New York City, NY|
|Win||21–0||Mitch Green||Decision (unanimous)||10||1986-05-20||New York City, NY|
|Win||20–0||James Tillis||Decision (unanimous)||10||1986-05-09||Glens Falls, NY|
|Win||19–0||Steve Zouski||KO||3 (10), 2:39||1986-03-10||Uniondale, NY|
|Win||18–0||Jesse Ferguson||TKO||6 (10), 1:19||1986-02-16||Troy, NY|
|Win||17–0||Mike Jameson||TKO||5 (8), 0:46||1986-01-24||Atlantic City, NJ|
|Win||16–0||David Jaco||TKO||1 (10), 2:16||1986-01-11||Albany, NY|
|Win||15–0||Mark Young||KO||1, 0:50||1985-12-27||Latham, NY|
|Win||14–0||Sammy Scaff||KO||1 (10), 1:19||1985-12-06||New York City, NY|
|Win||13–0||Conroy Nelson||KO||2||1985-11-22||Latham, NY|
|Win||12–0||Eddie Richardson||KO||1, 1:17||1985-11-13||Template:Country data Texas Houston, TX|
|Win||11–0||Sterling Benjamin||TKO||1, 0:54||1985-11-01||Latham, NY|
|Win||10–0||Robert Colay||KO||1 (8), 0:37||1985-10-25||Atlantic City, NJ|
|Win||9–0||Donnie Long||KO||1 (6), 1:28||1985-10-09||Atlantic City, NJ|
|Win||8–0||Michael Johnson||KO||1 (6), 0:39||1985-09-05||Atlantic City, NJ|
|Win||7–0||Lorenzo Canady||TKO||1 (6), 1:05||1985-08-15||Atlantic City, NJ|
|Win||6–0||Larry Sims||KO||3 (6), 2:04||1985-07-19||Poughkeepsie, NY|
|Win||5–0||John Alderson||TKO||2 (6)||1985-07-11||Atlantic City, NJ|
|Win||4–0||Ricardo Spain||KO||1 (6), 0:39||1985-06-20||Atlantic City, NJ|
|Win||3–0||Don Halpin||KO||4 (4)||1985-05-23||Albany, NY|
|Win||2–0||Trent Singleton||TKO||1 (4), 0:53||1985-04-10||Albany, NY|
|Win||1–0||Hector Mercedes||TKO||1 (4), 1:47||1985-03-06||Albany, NY|