By Scoop Malinowski
Mike Tyson has had enough of Floyd Mayweather’s fraud act which has polluted the great sport of boxing for over a decade. The final offense by Mayweather that broke the camel’s back was when Floyd claimed he’s better than Muhammad Ali.
Mike Tyson unleashed a ferocious combination of words which blasted the American fraud boxer into smithereens.
“If he was anywhere near that realm of greatness, he’d be able to take his kids to school by himself,” said an annoyed Tyson. “He can’t take his kids to school by himself.”
Tyson’s rage against Mayweather needed more venting. “And he’s talking about he’s great? Greatness is not guarding yourself from the people. Greatness is being accepted by the people. He can’t take his kids to school by himself.”
As Tyson expressed his extreme detest for Mayweather he grew even more upset with Mayweather’s example and what he stands for. A sneering Tyson then unleashed the verbal knockout in two quick sentences, just like one of his explosive knockout punch combinations we all marveled at in the 1980s.
Tyson’s face turned fierce and he looked ready to smash Mayweather’s scull into the back of his fist. if the little son of a bitch was in proximity to the all time heavyweight legend at the moment. “He’s a little, scared man, he’s a very small scared man,” said the seriously pissed off Tyson, glaring at his interviewer.
There it was. The Mike Tyson Stamp of Disapproval. Floyd Mayweather is not an all time great boxer in Tyson’s eyes, not even close. He’s just a scared little coward of a man who pretended to be great and owes his whole career to the corruption and protection of Al Haymon.