Michael Gerard Tyson is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1985 to 2005. He reigned as the undisputed world heavyweight champion and holds the record as the youngest boxer to win a heavyweight title, at 20 years, four months, 22 days old. Tyson won his first 19 professional fights by 12 of them in the first round, he won the WBC title in 1986 after stopping Trevor Berbick in the second round, added the WBA and IBF titles after defeating James Smith and Tony Tucker in 1987. This made Tyson the first heavyweight boxer to hold the WBA, WBC and IBF titles, the only heavyweight to successively unify them. Tyson became the lineal champion in 1988 when he knocked out Michael Spinks in 91 seconds of the first round, he defended his titles nine times, which included victories over Larry Holmes and Frank Bruno. In 1990, Tyson lost the titles to underdog Buster Douglas. Attempting to regain the titles, Tyson defeated Donovan Ruddock twice in 1991, but pulled out of a fight with then-undisputed heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield due to a rib injury.
In 1992, Tyson was sentenced to six years in prison. After his release in 1995, he engaged in a series of comeback fights, he won the WBC and WBA titles after stopping Frank Bruno and Bruce Seldon. With his defeat of Bruno, Tyson joined Floyd Patterson, Muhammad Ali, Tim Witherspoon, Evander Holyfield, George Foreman as the only men in boxing history to have regained a heavyweight championship after having lost it. After being stripped of the WBC title in the same year, Tyson lost the WBA title to Evander Holyfield by an eleventh round stoppage, their 1997 rematch ended. In 2002, Tyson fought for the world heavyweight title again at the age of 35, losing by knockout to Lennox Lewis. Tyson retired from professional boxing in 2006, after being knocked out in consecutive matches against journeymen Danny Williams and Kevin McBride. Tyson declared bankruptcy in 2003, despite having received over $30 million for several of his fights and $300 million during his career. At the time the media reported that he had $23 million of debt.
Tyson was known for his ferocious and intimidating boxing style as well as his controversial behavior inside and outside the ring. Nicknamed "Iron" and "Kid Dynamite" in his early career, known as "The Baddest Man on the Planet", Tyson is considered one of the best heavyweights of all time. Tyson holds the third longest unified championship reign in heavyweight history at eight consecutive defenses, he ranks No. 15 in BoxRec's ranking of the greatest heavyweight boxers in history. He was ranked No. 16 on The Ring's list of 100 greatest punchers of all time, No. 1 in the ESPN.com list of "The Hardest Hitters in Heavyweight History". Sky Sports described him as "perhaps the most ferocious fighter to step into a professional ring", he has been inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame. Michael Gerard Tyson was born in Brownsville, New York, on June 30, 1966, he has an elder brother named Rodney and had an elder sister named Denise, who died of a heart attack at age 24 in February 1990. Tyson's biological father is listed as "Purcell Tyson" on his birth certificate, but the man Tyson had known as his father was Jimmy Kirkpatrick.
Kirkpatrick was from Grier Town, North Carolina, where he was one of the neighborhood's top baseball players. Kirkpatrick married and had a son, Tyson's half-brother Jimmie Lee Kirkpatrick, who would help to integrate Charlotte high school football in 1965. In 1959, Jimmy Kirkpatrick left his family and moved to Brooklyn, where he met Tyson's mother, Lorna Mae Tyson. Kirkpatrick frequented pool halls and hung out on the streets. "My father was just a regular street guy caught up in the street world", Tyson said. Kirkpatrick abandoned the Tyson family around the time Mike was born, leaving Tyson's mother to care for the children on her own. Kirkpatrick died in 1992; the family lived in Bedford-Stuyvesant until their financial burdens necessitated a move to Brownsville when Tyson was 10 years old. Tyson's mother died six years leaving 16-year-old Tyson in the care of boxing manager and trainer Cus D'Amato, who would become his legal guardian. Tyson said, "I never saw my mother happy with me and proud of me for doing something: she only knew me as being a wild kid running the streets, coming home with new clothes that she knew I didn't pay for.
I never got a chance to know about her. Professionally, it has no effect, but it's crushing and personally."Throughout his childhood, Tyson lived in and around neighborhoods with a high rate of crime. According to an interview in Details, his first fight was with a bigger youth who had pulled the head off one of Tyson's pigeons. Tyson was caught committing petty crimes and fighting those who ridiculed his high-pitched voice and lisp. By the age of 13, he had been arrested 38 times, he ended up at the Tryon School for Boys in New York. Tyson's emerging boxing ability was discovered there by Bobby Stewart, a juvenile detention center counselor and former boxer. Stewart considered Tyson to be an outstanding fighter and trained him for a few months before introducing him to Cus D'Amato. Tyson dropped out of high school as a junior, he would be awarded an honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters from Central State University in 1989. Kevin Rooney trained Tyson, he was occasionall
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Desmond Anderson Harvie Banks, Baron Banks, CBE was a British Liberal Party politician. Banks was born in Berkshire, he was educated at University College School in Hampstead. During the Second World War he served as an officer in the Royal Artillery. In 1948 he married Barbara Wells who in 1987 was awarded the OBE for services to the Women's Liberal Federation, they had Alistair Richard Harvie Banks and Graham Thornton Harvie Banks. Banks was pensions consultant, he was Chairman of the Liberal Party Executive from 1961 to 1963 and from 1969 to 1970, President of the Liberal Party from 1968 to 1969. He was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire for political service in the 1972 New Year Honours, he was created a life peer on 7 January 1975 as Baron Banks, of Kenton in Greater London. In the House of Lords he was Liberal Deputy Chief Whip from 1977 to 1983. Banks had joined the Liberals while at school, he joined the staff at Liberal Party HQ in 1949 and was at one time editor of the party newspaper Liberal News.
He first stood as a parliamentary candidate in the 1950 election in Harrow East in St Ives in 1955 election and Hertfordshire South West in the 1959 election. He was sometime speechwriter for Jo Grimond and a frequent contributor to Liberal News as well as author of many pamphlets and policy papers. In 1952, together with Peter Grafton, Liberal parliamentary candidate in Bromley in 1950 in opposition to Harold Macmillan, Banks co-founded the Radical Reform Group, a social liberal pressure group within the Liberal Party to prevent what many saw as a rightward drift by the party, its potential capture by the economic liberals; the Group campaigned under the slogan'social reform without socialism'. Banks was a strong pro-European, a founder member and one time chairman of the Liberal European Action Group and was President of the British Council of the European Movement from 1986 to 1994. Vernon Bogdanor, Liberal Party Politics, Oxford University Press, 1983 Graham Lippiatt, entry on Banks in Dictionary of Liberal Biography, Brack et al.: Politico’s, 1998 Garry Tregidga, The Liberal Party in South West England since 1918, University of Exeter Press, 2000 Donald Wade & Desmond Banks, The Political Insight of Elliott Dodds, Liberal Publications Dept. 1977 Alan Watkins, The Liberal Dilemma, MacGibbon & Key, 1966