Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield team up for cannabis product based on famous boxing moment, stump for legal weed
Boxing legends Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield have teamed up to deliver THC-infused edibles called "Holy Ears," which look like bitten ears, paying homage to their infamous moment.foxnews.com
Trump documentary filmmaker says he spent most of the time trying not to laugh while interviewing Don Jr.
Alex Holder had full access to the entire Trump clan, including Don Jr., in the lead-up to the 2020 presidential election, and would later testify before the select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol attack.news.yahoo.com
Trainer: Tyson Fury ‘Possibly’ Knocks Out Holyfield, Lewis, Usyk, Joshua In Mythical Matchups
I don’t see anybody in the heavyweight division who can beat Tyson Fury. WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (standing) floored Deontay Wilder in the 10th round during an 11th-round TKO victory on Oct. 9. Steward also worked with Lewis, Holyfield and Klitschko. “Lennox Lewis is the best challenge for Tyson Fury. “Usyk, Joshua, Wallin, Whyte or whoever you put in front of him, Tyson Fury knocks out,” Hill-Steward said.thewestsidegazette.com
Evander Holyfield Versus Oleksandr Usyk: Who Would Win?
By Lem SatterfieldBoxing legend Evander Holyfield is both critical and complimentary of recently crowned heavyweight Oleksandr Usyk as a hypothetical opponent. Oleksandr Usyk is a very good boxer,” said Holyfield, who turns 59 on Oct. 19. As cruiserweight champion, Holyfield had four knockouts against reigning or former titleholders. Briedis lost his WBC crown to Usyk, and Gassiev, his IBF/WBA crowns, the latter making Usyk an undisputed IBF/WBA/WBC/WBO champion. “I would light up [Usyk] if I was the guy you saw against Michael Dokes or Dwight Muhammad Qawi,” Holyfield said.thewestsidegazette.com
Evander Holyfield joins protesters marching along U.S. 441 in Broward
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – A group of protesters grew late Friday afternoon along U.S. 441 in Hollywood, and it even included former heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield, who lives in Fort Lauderdale. “This is important, because the golden promise is to do unto others as you want them to do unto you,” Holyfield said, joining the demonstration against racial inequality. The protesters gathered at the intersection of 441 and Griffin Road, not far from the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, and marched north. “It’s important for me to come out here to support George Floyd, because he died very inhumanely,” said one of the protesters. Because if you don’t go to the polls to vote, this is how we end up where we are.
How boxing legend Muhammad Ali inspired Evander Holyfield
Muhammad Ali held the record for most heavyweight championship titles until Evander Holyfield took that away. Holyfield surpassed Ali's three heavyweight titles in 2000 during a fight against John Ruiz. Holyfield, who was inspired by Ali as a child, joins "CBS This Morning" from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to discuss what he admired most about Ali.cbsnews.com