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Keidel: No Holy War For Holyfield

Source: CBS San Francisco

By Jason Keidel » More Columns It’s a shame he waited until he left the stage to become so damn interesting. Despite his barbaric impulses, Mike Tyson never was a caveman. He knew more about boxing than almost anyone east of Max Kellerman. He spent so much time trying to become boxing’s ancient, jailhouse archetype, nurturing his inner thug at the expense of his other, obvious charms, that he never became the hero t ...
Full article at: CBS San Francisco 6 days ago, 3:52pm CDT
 


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Keidel: No Holy War For Holyfield

Source: CBS Philly

By Jason Keidel » More Columns It’s a shame he waited until he left the stage to become so damn interesting. Despite his barbaric impulses, Mike Tyson never was a caveman. He knew more about boxing than almost anyone east of Max Kellerman. He spent so much time trying to become boxing’s ancient, jailhouse archetype, nurturing his inner thug at the expense of his other, obvious charms, that he never became the hero that he s ...
Full article at: CBS Philly 6 days ago, 3:51pm CDT
 

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Keidel: No Holy War For Holyfield

Source: CBS Minnesota

By Jason Keidel » More Columns It’s a shame he waited until he left the stage to become so damn interesting. Despite his barbaric impulses, Mike Tyson never was a caveman. He knew more about boxing than almost anyone east of Max Kellerman. He spent so much time trying to become boxing’s ancient, jailhouse archetype, nurturing his inner thug at the expense of his other, obvious charms, that he never became the hero that he should be today. Forgive the cliche, but Mike Tyson is not a boo ...
Full article at: CBS Minnesota 6 days ago, 3:51pm CDT
 

Keidel: No Holy War For Holyfield

Source: CBS Los Angeles

By Jason Keidel » More Columns It’s a shame he waited until he left the stage to become so damn interesting. Despite his barbaric impulses, Mike Tyson never was a caveman. He knew more about boxing than almost anyone east of Max Kellerman. He spent so much time trying to become boxing’s ancient, jailhouse archetype, nurturing his inner thug at the expense of his other, obvious charms, that he never became the hero that he should be today. Forgive the cliche, but Mike Tyson ...
Full article at: CBS Los Angeles 6 days ago, 3:51pm CDT
 

Keidel: No Holy War For Holyfield

Source: CBS Denver

By Jason Keidel » More Columns It’s a shame he waited until he left the stage to become so damn interesting. Despite his barbaric impulses, Mike Tyson never was a caveman. He knew more about boxing than almost anyone east of Max Kellerman. He spent so much time trying to become boxing’s ancient, jailhouse archetype, nurturing his inner thug at the expense of his other, obvious charms, that he never became the hero that he should ...
Full article at: CBS Denver 6 days ago, 3:49pm CDT
 

Keidel: No Holy War For Holyfield

Source: CBS New York

By Jason Keidel » More Columns It’s a shame he waited until he left the stage to become so damn interesting. Despite his barbaric impulses, Mike Tyson never was a caveman. He knew more about boxing than almost anyone east of Max Kellerman. He spent so much time trying to become boxing’s ancient, jailhouse archetype, nurturing his inner thug at the expense of his other, obvious charms, that he never became the hero that he should be today. Forgive the cliche, but Mike Tyson is n ...
Full article at: CBS New York 6 days ago, 3:49pm CDT
 

Keidel: No Holy War For Holyfield

Source: CBS Chicago

By Jason Keidel » More Columns It’s a shame he waited until he left the stage to become so damn interesting. Despite his barbaric impulses, Mike Tyson never was a caveman. He knew more about boxing than almost anyone east of Max Kellerman. He spent so much time trying to become boxing’s ancient, jailhouse archetype, nurturing his inner thug at the expense of his other, obvious charms, that he never became the hero that he should be today. Forgive the cliche, but Mike Tyson is not a book to be j ...
Full article at: CBS Chicago 6 days ago, 3:48pm CDT
 

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Keidel: No Holy War For Holyfield

Source: CBS Charlotte

By Jason Keidel » More Columns It’s a shame he waited until he left the stage to become so damn interesting. Despite his barbaric impulses, Mike Tyson never was a caveman. He knew more about boxing than almost anyone east of Max Kellerman. He spent so much time trying to become boxing’s ancient, jailhouse archetype, nurturing his inner thug at the expense of his other, obvious charms, that he never became the hero that he ...
Full article at: CBS Charlotte 6 days ago, 3:48pm CDT
 

Keidel: No Holy War For Holyfield

Source: WJZ

By Jason Keidel » More Columns It’s a shame he waited until he left the stage to become so damn interesting. Despite his barbaric impulses, Mike Tyson never was a caveman. He knew more about boxing than almost anyone east of Max Kellerman. He spent so much time trying to become boxing’s ancient, jailhouse archetype, nurturing his inner thug at the expense of his other, obvious charms, that he never became the hero that he should be today. Forgive the cliche, but Mike Tyso ...
Full article at: WJZ 6 days ago, 3:48pm CDT
 

Keidel: No Holy War For Holyfield

Source: CBS Boston

By Jason Keidel » More Columns It’s a shame he waited until he left the stage to become so damn interesting. Despite his barbaric impulses, Mike Tyson never was a caveman. He knew more about boxing than almost anyone east of Max Kellerman. He spent so much time trying to become boxing’s ancient, jailhouse archetype, nurturing his inner thug at the expense of his other, obvious charms, that he never became the hero that he should be today. Forgive the cliche, but Mik ...
Full article at: CBS Boston 6 days ago, 3:47pm CDT
 



 

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