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Relationships with big fans in every match… ‘Nuclear Fist’ Tyson’s Ex-Bodyguard Revealed

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Controversy over the youngest heavyweight champion
3 years in prison for sexual assault

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“Everyone has a plausible plan. Until you hit one.” After his professional debut, former boxing heavyweight world champion Mike Tyson (55), who caused a sensation with his ‘nuclear fist’ with a whopping 37 consecutive wins and 19 consecutive KOs. A man who worked as Tyson’s bodyguard revealed his personal life while on active duty, causing a stir.

Rudy Gonzalez, who worked as Tyson’s bodyguard and driver, recently told The Sun: “Tyson said before a match, ‘If I don’t have sex, I’m going to kill my opponent,’ and I had to find a big fan.” It didn’t matter who it was.”

He said this was one of Tyson’s biggest secrets, after which he said, “What Tyson feared most was not losing a match, but killing someone in the ring. I remember a few players who fought Tyson with broken bones and blood splattered all over the ring. “Having sex was a way to release his strength and release some tension, so I put the woman in Tyson’s bathroom and changing room.”

Criticism has been raised as to whether these remarks justify Tyson’s sexual assault. In 1991, Tyson was sentenced to six years in prison for raping an 18-year-old African American contestant in a hotel room, and was released on parole in 1995.

Mike Tyson (left) throws a punch during a match against Kevin McBride at the MCI Center in Washington, USA on November 6, 2005.  McBride won by TKO in the sixth round.  Tyson was the last player to retire from the game.  2019.8.14 Reuters Yonhap News

▲ Mike Tyson (left) throws a punch during a match against Kevin McBride at the MCI Center in Washington, USA on November 6, 2005. McBride won by TKO in the sixth round. Tyson was the last player to retire from the game. 2019.8.14
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38 arrests by age 12 Childhood
Astronomical alimony for assault

After his father left home at the age of two, Tyson, who had a poor childhood, joined a black gang at the age of 10, and by the time he was 12, he had a violent childhood that led to his 38 arrests.

Tyson, who became the WBC heavyweight champion after defeating Trevor Verbick in 1986 at the age of 20, was a legendary boxer, losing his first loss in his 38th game.

However, his heyday was very short. Due to the death of his adoptive father and a quarrel with his manager, he could not concentrate on training and fell. In February 1990, in the combined WBC, WBA, and IBF heavyweight title fight at the Tokyo Dome, Japan, he suffered a shocking defeat by KO in the 10th inning against James Douglas, who was completely unknown at the time.

Tyson, who quickly collapsed from drug addiction and incarceration, assaulted his wife and paid astronomical alimony after being divorced, eventually filing bankruptcy in 2003. Although he lost all his 300 billion won in boxing, he did not reflect on his actions.

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▲ Tyson ‘Nuclear Fist’ returns to the ring after 15 years
Mike Tyson (54) throws a punch at his opponent, Roy Jones Jr., during a comeback game after 15 years at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on the 28th (local time). The match ended in a draw after a draw. [트릴러 제공] AP Yonhap News

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By Kim Yu-min, staff reporter [email protected]

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