Facing Tyson by Ted A. Kluck
Fifteen Fighters, Fifteen Stories

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Facing Tyson gives a ringside view of the world’s most dangerous and notorious boxer. Brutal, controversial, and always newsworthy both inside and outside the ring, Mike Tyson remains a cultural icon to this day. Despite the personal, legal, and mental problems that have overshadowed his celebrated boxing career, he continues to make headlines as a fascinating, yet extremely flawed character. Several of the era’s biggest names in boxing, including Pinklon Thomas, Tyrell Biggs, Evander Holyfield, and Lennox Lewis were interviewed by author Ted A. Kluck specifically for Facing Tyson. Each opponent gives his account of what it was like to face the most feared and loathed boxer at different stages of his career. .

About Ted A. Kluck

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Ted A. Kluck has written for ESPN The Magazine, Sports Spectrum Magazine, Cyberboxingzone.com, and several small literary journals
Published November 1, 2006 by Globe Pequot Press. 272 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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Boxing journalist Kluck attempts to provide insight into the cultural icon Tyson was and the man he has become, through interviews with a number of his opponents, including Mitch “Blood” Green, James “Bonecrusher” Smith and Evander Holyfield, who famously had part of his ear bitten off by Tyson i...

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