Satire Of Mike Tyson's Biting The Ear Of Evander Holyfield

520 words - 2 pages

SATIRE

     When we think of boxing, we usually think of the gloves, the mouthpiece, the ring. When we think of past boxers, we can think of boxers like Muhammad Ali or George Foreman. There are present boxers like “Bite” Tyson and his colleague Evander “Holyears”. Boxing has been considered by many as a brutal sport, a sport for beasts, as many non- boxing fans would say. Mike Tyson has given credit to all this talk by boxing with his mouth and not with his hands. With Mike Tyson’s cannibalism and his boxing license being in jeopardy, his next opponent can be an alligator or a paraná fish.
     Mike Tyson’s style of boxing can well be described as cannibalistic. Many would say that in his previous life he was a cannibal. This hidden boxing style would never have been known if he had not have taken a bite of Holyfield’s ear. Many critics said that morning that Mike Tyson forgot to eat breakfast and, therefore he was hungry. Others said that his favorite candy bar is Snickers and that he lives up to their catch phrase, “Hungry, why wait?” Video game programmers were probably in doubt whether they should include such a move in boxing video games. Nobody really knows if Mike

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Tyson is a cannibal or not, but future opponents are sure to keep closer to his hands
than his face.
     Mike Tyson was about to have his boxing license taken away. “My teeth were the ones at fault,” he was heard saying. The...

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