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Iron Mike’s ordeal

Jess Matthew Beltran May 30, 2009 boxing, sports, Uncategorized No Comments on Iron Mike’s ordeal

There is no amount of smile that can cover up all the tears and pain inside a father’s heart seeing his child in a 50/50 state. This shouldn’t happen, not now when things are getting back to normal, when years of drug addiction has slowly come to a halt. Mike Tyson’s 4 year old girl named “Exodus” is fighting for her dear life when her neck was stuck in an exercise treadmill. There was no one to blame it was an accident a freak accident so to say and Mike known as “Iron Mike” is grieving knowing anytime his daughter could die. Winning his first heavyweight belt at age 20, Tyson became an undisputed champion after 3 fights. He was distinct for greatness but struggled on the later part of his career. He was imprisoned for rape and Mike never got back to his winning form. He was bankrupt and had to continue fighting losing most of his fights to notable fighters like Lennox Lewis and twice to Evander Holyfield. The controversial biting of Holyfield’s ears and his tribal tattooed face didn’t matter now because he is a changed man an unfortunate change man who had to deal with a very big ordeal in life.
Exodus died eventually her very fragile body just give up. Mike after falling over and over again will now have to fall one more time. Losing someone is a painful thing especially someone we really love.
He will undergo the pain of falling again and like the autumn leaves a promise of better and brighter life is coming.
Condolence to Iron Mike.

Jess Matthew Beltran

Jess has contributed a thousand plus articles to various international and local sports sites. He is still finishing up an e-book which talks about basketball and life. Message him at [email protected]

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Jess has contributed a thousand plus articles to various international and local sports sites. He is still finishing up an e-book which talks about basketball and life. Message him at [email protected]