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RingTv image They Never Happened – part II

They Never Happened – part II

What would have happened if Mike Tyson fought George Foreman, if Oscar De La Hoya fought Kostya Tszyu or if James Toney fought Gerald McClellan? Here’s a list of 10 elite showdowns that could have taken place at one time but didn’t for various reasons. Anson Wainwright asked three top matchmakers to tell us what might’ve happened if they had.

RingTv image Video: Golovkin: “(Curtis Stevens is) like Mike Tyson”

Video: Golovkin: “(Curtis Stevens is) like Mike Tyson”

Gennady Golovkin spoke to RingTV’s Bill Emes (in improving English) about what he hopes is a “historic” clash with fellow puncher Curtis Stevens at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 2. “It’s a great fight for everybody,” said the undefeated WBA middleweight titleholder. “Stevens is strong with American, New York style. Look at him, he’s like Mike Tyson.”

RingTv image Mendez outlasts Usmanee in controversial FNF brawl

Mendez outlasts Usmanee in controversial FNF brawl

Arash Usmanee battled IBF junior lightweight titleholder Argenis Mendez to a controversial majority draw on Friday night in Verona, N.Y. Scores were 114-114 twice, and 115-113 Usmanee. It was the main event of ESPN2’s final Friday Night Fights show of 2013.

RingTv image Seemingly still bitter Tyson says he ‘forgives’ King

Seemingly still bitter Tyson says he ‘forgives’ King

Mike Tyson is excited about promoting his first boxing show, which will be televised on this week’s Friday Night Fights, but when asked if he can learn anything about the business from former promoter Don King, the former heavyweight champ got a little bitter. “I can learn how to manipulate my fighters and take advantage of them and tell them lies,” Tyson said.