Mike Tyson Almost Took Down Chad Johnson's Camera Guy At Fury-Wilder Fight
Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports
The stars were out at Saturday night's Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder fight. Amongst them were former NFL WR Chad Johnson and boxing legend Mike Tyson. Luckily this camera man was with Johnson when the two saw each other, otherwise he was going to see a live demo of the Nintendo classic "Mike Tyson's Punch-Out"...


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Filed Under: Boxing/MMA
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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Gets paid to document someone and STILL can’t hold the phone the right way
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actually your wrong. it depends on what platform he wants to release the content on. for instance with instagram this vertical technique is quite effective. you can get the entire shot so viewers can see the story on their phone like you filmed it. if you were to film horizontally, and put on an IG story.. it would be smaller and slightly more difficult for viewers to understand the context. tehehehe
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Dude saw his life flash in front of his eyes. You could tell Tyson want comfortable even after finding out he was with Ocho Cinco. Damn
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Wasn't*
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Call me a Mike Tyson fan. Nothing like seeing him during his prime. If he would have walked toward me with that look on his face I would have dropped a deuce.
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I would have instantly dropped the phone to the ground and crushed it with my foot.
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In Larry speak, "almost took down" actually means "looked at."
Reply1 month
Mike has seen some shite in his day
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Hell, I put my own phone down when he walked up on ol boy.
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how did he almost take him down?
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The headline may be a bit of a stretch but he definitely was getting ready to make a move. Who knows what he would’ve done but that was an aggressive step he took.
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Tyson is such a cool dude.
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That cannabis probably along with another few sedative type Meds has really chilled him into a quality man. Can’t imagine how many dudes crossed the line up around the Catskills area in the early 80’s that are still recovering from street altercations with Mike
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