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Mike Tyson beats Muhammed Ali on points in a thrilling eWBSS final


IT'S official... Mike Tyson IS the greatest heavyweight of all-time.

Iron Mike went toe-to-toe with the legendary Muhammad Ali in the fight that everybody sitting in their living rooms wanted to see.

With a distinct lack of sport on the box at the moment due to coronavirus, the World Boxing Super Series took advantage by simulating a world heavyweight tournament with the biggest names in boxing.

Thousands have been tuning in from the start after it was live-streamed on their Facebook page.

The eSPORT tournament has seen Tyson turn George Foreman into an ouch potato and Ali knock out Sonny Liston in the semi-finals.

It set up the final showdown between Tyson and Ali that went the distance and left over 8,500 viewers literally on the edge of their seats.

Tyson was floored in the first, Ali in the second.

Then the former undisputed champ took control flooring Ali again with his trademark right hook in the fifth.

Ali's resilience shone through, somehow clawing himself back to his feet to land a series of his own blows.

With the fight heading the distance, both fighters went all out in the tenth round both trying to lump each other into smithereens.

In the end the decision was unanimous with all three judges scoring 111-114 in favour of Tyson.

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