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ESPN will open its extensive library of vintage boxing matches this weekend to present four hours of “Iron” Mike Tyson in some of the most iconic fights of his legendary career on Saturday, May 23, from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET.
7:00 p.m. Mike Tyson’s Greatest Hits – Volume I
7:30 p.m. Mike Tyson vs. Mike Jameson
8:00 p.m. Mike Tyson vs. Jess Ferguson
8:30 p.m. Mike Tyson vs. Steve Zouski
9:00 p.m. Mike Tyson vs. James Tillis
10:00 p.m. Mike Tyson vs. Michael Spinks
10:30 p.m. Mike Tyson vs. Frank Bruno I

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  • The same wonderful repeats they’ve been showing for the past 20 years. Unlike the delightful Antwerp Diamond Vault and the Vatican Secret Archives, this ESPN vault must not go deep…only to Tyson and Ali. But, I digress….

    • When ESPN took over ” Classic Sports ” it showed fights and boxing programs that have not been shown in 30 years , now all that is shown is – Ali same old 4 fights – Tyson 6- fights , 14,000 fights were in the package deal !!!!, Somebody is NOT doing there job, Get. Mr. Yalen BACK !!!

  • Can we call this “The Tyson Package” of fights? Simply an appetizer for great things to come or a main course dud?

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