In the 1980s, Mike Tyson built his legend on victories over some brave men who withstood his flurries as long as they could. Where are they now?
Former Mike Tyson foe Conroy Nelson is living in a hut in Jamaica with no electricity or plumbing. He does, however, have a cell phone – and a comeback plan.
William Hosea and Sammy Scaff recall what it's like to be first-round victims of Mike Tyson's. Scaff went on to become a housemate of Tyson's.
Donnie Long, the ninth foe of Mike Tyson, is now an associate minister. He's also a convicted killer – married to the sister of his victim.
Self-described "palooka" David Jaco took the punishment from Mike Tyson in their 1986 fight – and the $5,000 he earned helped change Jaco's life.
If it isn't over, then indeed it should be. There's no reason for Mike Tyson to go on like this.
A mellow Mike? What boxing needs is for Tyson to return to his former menacing self in the ring.
Unlike other athletes, Mike Tyson's words never get him in any trouble.
Lennox Lewis' performance against Mike Tyson should earn him favorable spot in boxing history.
Lennox Lewis might be just a pawn in heavyweight history if he can't beat Mike Tyson.
Mike Tyson's words have people boycotting, but one writer can't get enough of him.
Mike Tyson's people penned a neat apology for him, but what would Iron Mike have said?
Mike Tyson was one interested observer when Lennox Lewis took care of David Tua.
Now that he can again devote time to the Sweet Science, Sen. John McCain discussed his plans for boxing with ESPN.com's Tim Graham.
As England has proved, Mike Tyson can be a hit anywhere, but the USA is where he belongs, writes ESPN.com's Tim Graham.
While some think boxing would be better off without Mike Tyson, ESPN.com's Tim Graham writes the sport needs him.