From 1996: Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Robert Apodaca in a super-featherweight bout. In his pro debut, Mayweather won by TKO in Round 2.
From 1986: Mike Tyson vs. Mike Jameson in heavyweight action. Tyson scored a fifth-round TKO to run his record to 17-0.
From 1986: Mike Tyson vs. Jesse Ferguson in heavyweight action. Tyson beat Ferguson on a sixth-round TKO in Troy, N.Y.
From 1990: Mike Tyson vs. James “Buster” Douglas in Tokyo. Douglas scored a stunning 10th-round KO to hand Tyson his first loss as a pro and claim the undisputed heavyweight crown.
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From 1986: Mike Tyson vs. Steve Zouski in a heavyweight clash. Tyson scored a third-round knockout to move to 19-0 as a professional.
From 1986: Mike Tyson vs. James “Quick” Tillis. Tyson won a 10-round unanimous decision, the first time he was forced to go the distance in his 20-fight pro career.
From 1975: Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier in their third meeting, the “Thrilla in Manila.” Ali won the brutal battle via TKO when trainer Eddie Futch didn't allow Frazier to come out for the 15th round.
From 1975: Muhammad Ali vs. Chuck Wepner in Cleveland. Ali scored a 15th-round knockout just 16 seconds from the final bell in the fight that inspired the “Rocky” screenplay.
From 1974: The George Foreman-Muhammad Ali “Rumble in the Jungle” in Zaire. Ali won his second world heavyweight title on an eighth-round KO.
From 1972: Roberto Duran vs. Ken Buchanan for the world lightweight title. Duran won on a 13th-round TKO to claim his first world title.
From 1971: Muhammad Ali vs. Jurgen Blin in Switzerland. Ali scored a seventh-round KO to retain his world heavyweight title.
From 1970: Muhammad Ali vs. Oscar Bonavena in a heavyweight bout in New York. Ali scored a 15th-round TKO to defeat the Argentinian.
From 1970: Joe Frazier vs. Jimmy Ellis in New York for the world heavyweight title. Frazier won the belt with a fifth-round TKO.
From 1967: Muhammad Ali vs. Zora Folley. Ali defended his heavyweight title with a seventh-round KO. It was his last bout before being banned from boxing for refusing to register for the draft.
From 1971: George Foreman vs. Luis Faustino Pires in a heavyweight bout in New York City. Foreman won the fight on a fourth-round TKO.
From 1986: Mike Tyson vs. Trevor Berbick. Tyson scored a second-round TKO to become the youngest heavyweight champ ever.
From 1966: Muhammad Ali vs. George Chuvalo in a world heavyweight title bout in Toronto. Ali retained his title with a 15-round decision.
From 1963: Rubin “Hurricane” Carter vs. George Benton in middleweight action in New York City. Carter pounded out a 10-round decision.
From 1985: Mike Tyson vs. Michael Johnson in heavyweight action in Atlantic City. Tyson blasted Johnson with a first-round KO.
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