We’ve Found Mike Tyson’s “Little Brother”

It’s been over a decade since Iron Mike Tyson hung up his gloves for the last time but, in his absence, we reckon we’ve found his long lost little brother…

In this clip, a small dude and a big dude square off against each other in a car park.

The difference in size between the pair is striking with the little guy probably weighing about half of what the big fella does.

That doesn’t seem to faze him, though, as he taunts his larger opponent, all the while bobbing, slipping, and weaving away from his forward pressure.

Then, all of a sudden, the big fella grows impatient and throws a lazy right hand that the small guy easily ducks under before delivering an absolutely huge right hook to his opponent’s chin.

The big guy comes crashing down like a freshly felled tree and if he wasn’t already knocked out from the punch, hitting his head on the concrete sealed the deal.

The wee lad can be seen walking off in the most casual manner possible. No taunting, no cheap shots, just a boss walking like a boss. This dude is the definition of a pocket rocket!

Iron Mike Tyson used to intimidate fighters with his incredible strength, hand speed, accuracy, coordination, and timing. Tyson also possessed amazing defensive skills, holding his hands high in the Peek-a-Boo style in order to slip under and weave around his opponent’s punches while timing his own to perfection.

One of Tyson’s trademark combinations was a right hook to the body followed by a right uppercut to the chin and very few boxers were able to remain standing if caught by it.

Being rather short for a heavyweight (Tyson is 5ft 10 while most heavyweights are well over six foot), Iron Mike possessed a knack for getting inside his opponents guards in order to utilise his incredible power. Just like his little bro.

[NOTE: I shouldn’t do, but I feel the need to point out that this isn’t actually Mike Tyson’s brother; he just moves like the baddest man on the planet…]