Muhammad Ali Vs Mike Tyson Fight Night Champion Simulation Ends With A Brutal KO
A YouTuber has used Fight Night Champion to simulate a dream boxing match between a prime Mike Tyson and the legendary Muhammad Ali.
Boxing legend Tyson started off the fight strongly before the 'Greatest' mounted a comeback towards the end of the first round.
And Ali came out on the offensive in the second round to put Tyson on the back foot, but it wasn't enough to stop 'Iron Mike' from recovering and fighting back hard.
Going into the fourth round, Ali won the first two rounds on Teddy's scorecard while the 'Baddest Man on the Planet' took home the third.
The 'Greatest' made the breakthrough in the fifth round as he landed a devastating right hook on Tyson.
Tyson was placed on the back foot and Ali managed to capitalise on his earlier right hand with an uppercut to the stomach to floor 'Iron Mike.'
The 'Baddest Man on the Planet' beat the 10 count and managed to floor Ali with a two-punch combination, one to the face and an uppercut to the chest.
With both boxers knocked down in the fifth, the fight reached its climax in the sixth round.
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Less than a minute into the sixth round and Tyson knocked down Ali for the second time in the fight.
Ali fought back hard to try and last out the round, but Tyson landed a devastating right hook to send him crashing to the canvas again.
The 'Greatest' tried to scramble to his feet in time, but he dropped to the canvas at the five count and was unable to continue.
And plenty of fight fans felt that this would be the way that an actual fight between the two boxing legends would unfold.
YouTube user Silvio Tifoso wrote: "it would have gone exactly like this..."
A second commenter, Yamasaki Honda, said: "This is the realistic result."
And a third added: "This is exactly what would happen in real life, probably in even less rounds."
Tyson has held a strong admiration
for Ali and was emotional when he spoke about the impact of the 'Greatest' on the sport.
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