YouTuber Simulates Mike Tyson Vs Chuck Liddell, One Fighter Is Dominant
A YouTuber has simulated Mike Tyson vs Chuck Liddell in EA Sports UFC 2 and Tyson comes out on top in dominant fashion.
YouTube user DJAK47 Tha Hustler decided to pit the boxer against the MMA star and see who would come out on top.
It's Tyson who comes out on top in the octagon with a dominant first round knock-out.
The Tyson used is the unlockable character who depicts how he looked during his prime in the 80's & 90's.
Despite 'Iron Mike' never stepping foot into the UFC he looked at home in the octagon.
Liddell starts the fight all guns blazing firing a variety of high kicks at Tyson.
But Liddell is rocked when Tyson begins unloading a wave of punches which rock the 49-year-old and see him rocked.
Despite Liddell swinging more, Tyson always looked dominant and managed to land the heavier blows throughout the fight.
His pragmatic and strategic demeanor between the ropes seems to have transitioned to inside the octagon.
Liddell begins to tire less than a minute before the end of the round and that's when Tyson seals his victory.
A shot with either fist drops 'The Iceman' to the ground and Tyson pounds him as he hits the canvas.
The referee stops the bout and gives 'The Baddest Man Alive' the victory.
It's a far cry from the claims Liddell made last month when he stated he'd beat Tyson in a street fight.
"In a street fight, I'd win," Liddell said. "I mean, he's got a puncher's chance. He's got a chance to catch me coming in. But other than that, it's over."
Liddell went on to double down over the claims on Twitter after fans mocked him for his assertion.
People are so funny. I like Mike and no we're not getting in a street fight. I'm a huge fan of mike and I never said I'd ko him I said I'd win. I'd take him down it would make no sense to stand with him he's a beast and yes devastating one punch power with both hands. https://t.co/MnNOBfDzWo
- Chuck Liddell (@ChuckLiddell) November 17, 2019
He won't get three minutes I'd shoot right away. He had no ground training or takedown defense training at all. So he'd have to catch me on the way in or he'd never get off the ground period! https://t.co/juixbvqjJ8
- Chuck Liddell (@ChuckLiddell) November 18, 2019
If the simulation is anything to go by, it would be Tyson who emerges comfortable victor.