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Anonymous asked in SportsBoxing · 9 years ago

What was Mike Tyson's body stats in his prime?

The man was an animal back in his prime, someone executing a strong jab to his face and no effect, not even a slight movement by his thick bulldog neck. I'm just curious, does anyone know his body stats from when he was in his prime?

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  • 9 years ago
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    In 1996, Tyson fought Evander Holyfied for the first time. I would argue that, while he may not have been in the prime of his boxing career as far as being the best as a boxer, he was definitely in the best shape of his life. He was 30 years old, and at the physical peak of his life. They took his measurements to compare them to Holyfield's, because Holyfield was considered to be a physical specimen himself. I have listed the measurements they took of Mike Tyson below:

    Weight: 218 lbs

    Height: 5' 11.5"

    Reach: 71"

    Chest (normal): 43"

    Chest (expanded): 45"

    Biceps: 16"

    Forearm: 14"

    Waist: 34"

    Thigh: 27"

    Calf: 19"

    Neck: 20.5"

    Wrist: 8"

    Fist: 13"

    Source(s): 17+ yr boxer 4+ yr trainer lifelong boxing guru
  • 6 years ago

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    4 years ago

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