Mike Tyson has been sued for raping a woman at a popular night club in Albany back in 1990
Mike Tyson already did time in prison after he was found fguilty of rape back in 1992, he was sentenced to six years but was released in 1995 for good hebavior. Tyson has struggled with guilt and remorse for the actions he committed back then, but the story seems to continue. Another rape victim is suing Mike Tyson for allegedly raping her at a popular Albany night club in 1990. The victim alleges extreme emotional and psychological distress over the years. This all happened at around the same time beauty pageant contestant Desiree Washington revealed Tyson raped her. Mike has always maintined his innocence from that case in which he did prison time.
The legal action in the upstate New York area was filed under the state’s recently-adopted Adult Survivors Act that offers sexual assault victims a one-year time space to file lawsuits that took place years or even decades ago. The victim’s identity remains a secret but she detailed how Tyson ran into her at a local night club called ‘Septembers’. She later got into Mike’s limo after the boxer offered to pick up one of her friends and take both of them to a party. This victim claims Mike Tyson quickly started groping her and kissing her.
Was Mike Tyson on his own that night?
Inside the document, it is not revealed whether Mike Tyson was on his own or if the limo driver was present when the raping was taking place. There is also no more details into what happened but this opens an opportunity for a witness to what happened to be part of this investigation. This woman wants to keep her anonymity because any indication of her identity would pose a risk of further mental harm, harassment, ridicule or personal embarrassment. Mike Tyson’s reps still haven’t made any public statements about these accusations.
Anthony Joshua to fight Jermaine Franklin next says report
Franklin has secured a second chance to try to ruin Dillian Whyte’s plans
The next opponent for Anthony Joshua will reportedly be Jermaine Franklin. He anticipated making a comeback to the ring to face a more recognizable opponent, but it was not to be.
According to BoxingScene.com, Franklin will square off against Joshua. They settled on the terms of a showdown that would take place on April 1 at London’s O2 Arena
The 29-year-old American has a professional record of 21 wins, 11 of which were knockouts, and only one defeat. By consensus, this was stated in his final presentation before Dillian Whyte.
Franklin to fight AJ
If AJ and Whyte both prevail over their upcoming opponents, this is anticipated to be the obstacle before their showdown. There will be two 12-round heavyweight matches.
Demsey McKean, who has 22 wins overall and 14 on the fast track, was defeated by the Michigan fighter. And to Otto Wallin, who records 24 victories-14 more than the threshold-and one failure.
This appears to be the British fighter’s return to the ring after his defeat to Oleksandr Usyk in back-to-back fights cost him the title of full world champion.
Usyk was successful in obtaining the belts from the World Boxing Association, the World Boxing Organization, and the International Boxing Federation. He contributed much to history.
The unbeaten Ukrainian southpaw will now take on Tyson Fury, a world champion and another behemoth. The World Boxing Council’s scepter is currently in the hands of the Gypsy King.
Prior to searching for his next big break, Anthony Joshua will focus on defeating the talented Jermaine Franklin in the early months of 2023
Deontay Wilder: ‘Usyk vs Fury winner depends on who cheats the hardest’
‘The Bronze Bomber’ fought Fury three times between 2018 and 2021
Deontay Wilder thinks that in the fight between Oleksandr Usyk and Tyson Fury, the one who cheats the hardest will win. He doesn’t think the fight is going to be fair, and he revealed his reasons.
Wilder remained undefeated and was the World Boxing Council heavyweight champion, until he lost his title to Fury. From then on, he accused him of cheating constantly.
According to the Bronze Bomber, the Gypsy King manipulated his gloves to place his fist in a forbidden position. He also said that he put a hard object in the padding to further damage.
Not satisfied with that, Wilder accused his own coach of filling his water bottles with muscle relaxants. Given this, Mark Breland himself was fired from the team.
Wilder gives his oppinion on the match between Usyk and Fury
Deontay Wilder was very blunt in his statements. During an interview with ESNews, he stated that, between Oleksandr Usyk and Tyson Fury, the boxer who cheats the most will win.
“‘I don’t know [who wins]. It is a 50-50 fight. It depends on who is going to cheat the hardest, that’s what it is,” declared Wilder.
Eddie Hearn, the head of Matchroom, and Shelly Finkel, the management of Wilder, began tentative negotiations for the American to face Anthony Joshua in late 2022.
However, Wilder claims the Brit is dodging him.”Joshua don’t wanna fight me, it’s plain and clear,’ he said. ‘I don’t know why people keep asking about that… in my career I have been nothing but straight forward, honest and truthful.”
Canelo Alvarez wants to appear in a film like David Beckham and there’s a documentary in the works
Mexican boxer plans to hit the screen
Boxing. Bivol drops hint about rematch with Canelo: I want more championships
Canelo Alvarez has many plans for 2023 and for the next few years in boxing, but he is not avoiding the subject of retirement.
In fact, the Mexican boxer has some dreams that he wants to fulfil when he hangs up the gloves, and one of them involves the big screen.
The opponents Canelo has on the agenda for this year are a rematch with Dmitry Bivol, as well as fights against David Benavidez or Caleb Plant, but at the moment nothing has been confirmed.
Saul Alvarez has already had a foray into movies, during his participation in the film ‘Creed III’, which keeps alive the saga of ‘Rocky’, however the Mexican fighter revealed in an interview for GQ Mexico magazine that he plans to “continue in the box for four or five more years, six, maybe”.
After his retirement, however, he wants to act in a movie in the style of David Beckham in ‘GOL’ or ‘King Arthur’.
“Although you never have to say never, maybe I would like to have a role like Beckham had in the movie he did; something about Vikings or Romans wouldn’t be bad,” said Canelo in the interview with GQ Mexico.
Canelo prepares a documentary about his life
Saul Alvarez continued with on-screen topics and revealed the filming of a documentary about his life and the working title he has in mind: ‘A boy who never had a childhood’.
“We are making a documentary for people to find out everything behind it, because, obviously, people see you and think it’s easy,” said Alvarez.
“Then, the people who work here at the house tell me that I don’t worry about anything, but I tell them that maybe I have more worries than they do.
“What I’m getting at is that I want people to see beyond the boxer, to see what’s behind a fight, how you prepare yourself.
“And that no, it’s not easy… I’ve been working since I was five years old. The truth is that I didn’t experience many things that a child or a teenager usually does; but I don’t regret anything because thanks to that I am where I am and now I have the opportunity to enjoy everything I sacrificed.”
Finally, he also spoke about his participation in ‘Creed III’. Although he said it was very brief, it was an honor to be part of it, since the ‘Rocky’ saga was an inspiration when he started in boxing.
“It’s not a role like you might imagine, but I’m in it for like two or three seconds; however, it’s an honor to have participated in one of the sagas that drove me the most when I was young,” said Alvarez.
“I used to watch Rocky movies to motivate me when I started boxing and now it is a privilege to be in such an important film.”
Canelo Alvarez hits out at Julio Cesar and calls him “a waste”
Mexican boxer rates his peers
Boxing. Bivol drops hint about rematch with Canelo: I want more championships
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Canelo Alvarez is already a legend in Mexican boxing after becoming the first undisputed world champion born in the country.
As a figure, too, he does not shy away from any question and with a single sentence he can ignite rivalries that had seemed one-sided, such as that with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.
Canelo’s latest comments about Julio Cesar are sure to ruffle a few feathers and exemplify his approach. He calls it as he sees it and doesn’t worry about what people think.
During an interview with ‘GQ Mexico and Latin America’ magazine, Canelo gave a brief, but forceful opinion on the son of legend JC Chavez and described him as “a waste”, while he showed respect for his father and defined him as the “best in Mexico”.
Alvarez addressed various aspects of his life, boasted about having Cristiano Ronaldo’s number and talked about a documentary.
In another part of the conversation, he was asked for his opinion on various characters of Mexican and international boxing.