Everyone has a plan … but Steve Borthwick’s at least sounds promising | Andy Bull

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“I’m in good shape, I’m sharp and I feel like I can outbox Mike Tyson,” Donnie Long, lost by KO, in the 1st. “I plan to get right in his game. Tyson is vulnerable, he makes lots of mistakes, I can hurt him,” Lorenzo Boyd, lost by KO in the 2nd. “I plan on using my experience to keep Tyson at bay,” Jesse Ferguson, lost by TKO in the 6th. “I forgot about more than Tyson knows. He’s got to go to school, he hasn’t faced a real fighter like me,” Pinklon Thomas, lost by TKO in the 6th. “I see myself knocking Mike Tyson out spectacularly,” Frank Bruno, lost by TKO in the 5th.

Or, as Tyson put it, everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.

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Written by Andy Bull
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