One of the reasons Mike Tyson looked incredibly intimidating was his physical development. He was strong and muscular. Most people on the planet were scared to death just by looking at the size of his muscles. Besides being big Tyson was also pretty lean for a heavyweight boxer. Six pack abs are not that common for heavy weight boxers.
There are a lot of rumors surrounding Tyson and his musculature. Of course, most people like to attribute it to genetics.
Whenever we don’t understand something we always refer to the genetics card: “He has incredible genetics and that’s why he is so lean and mean.” That’s what the movies though us – how to be stupid and never think critically.
I remember a long time ago when I was frequenting the forum of Ross Enamait. One of the posters did exactly that – attributing the size of Mike Tyson solely to genetics. He said that Tyson was a genetically gifted specimen that can build muscle by breathing air and was bigger than life even when he was still in high school. Cool story, bro!
People have forgotten the art of simple logic. Actually, people have not forgotten the art of simple logic. We’ve forgotten the art of any logic, even the type that can classify as less than simple.
If he had some of it, we wouldn’t be asking so many stupid questions all the time. Simple logic is a stupid question killer.
When Tyson fought Franc Bruno he was about 218 lbs at 5’10”. At that point Tyson had 35 wins and no losses, so it was one of his prime moments. Since boxing is not bodybuilding it’s close to impossible to find out what was Mike Tyson’s actual body fat level was, but it’s safe to say it was somewhere between 9%-15% throughout his career.
Muhammad Ali, “the greatest of all time” was 210 – 215 lbs at 6’3″. In other words he was 4 inches taller than Mike Tyson and a few pounds lighter.
If we were to dig a little deeper into the past, we meet a guy like the legendary Rocky Marciano who was born in 1923. He was about 5’10” and 184 lbs. That did not prevent him from winning the heavyweight title. Today, he would not even be able to compete in that weight class.
The logical question is: what made the difference? Why are the next guys coming up always bigger?
Some like to explain the increase of boxers’ size with the weightlifting boom, but according to many sources Tyson didn’t do hypertrophy based training. He relied primarily on bodyweight exercises such pushups, situps, dips and running.
When asked what he thinks about the bodybuilding work of Frank Bruno Tyson replied as follows:
Tyson’s regimen in the 80s looked something like this:
Daily Regime (7 days a week):
5am: get up and go for a 3 mile jog
6am: come back home shower and go back to bed (great workout for those huge legs of his)
10am wake up: eat oatmeal
12pm: do ring work (10 rounds of sparring)
2pm: have another meal (steak and pasta with fruit juice drink)
3pm: more ring work and 60 mins on the exercise bike (again working those huge legs for endurance)
5pm: 2000 sit-ups; 500-800 dips; 500 press-ups; 500 shrugs with a 30kg barbell and 10 mins of neck exercises
7pm: steak and pasta meal again with fruit juice
8pm: another 30 minutes on the exercise bike
Note: Since the above is the official mainstream information, we can never be completely certain of its validity. A lot of the info the media presents to the masses is made up.
The last thing bodybuilders would think of looking at the above schedule is “hypertrophy training”. If anything, the muscle worshipers would classify it as “catabolic training” due to the high amount of cardio activity.
The routine above is certainly more of a leaning out schedule rather than a muscle gaining program. Most people would just get ripped, if they focused so much on endurance and boxing work. There is no doubt that you don’t get to be 218 lbs and fairly lean at 5’10” by “just” hitting the bag and doing push-ups.
Since most people immediately associate muscle mass with bodybuilding they have hard time grasping the idea that there are things more important to muscle growth than barbells. Those “things” are called Testosterone levels and bone structure.
Related article: Are MMA Fighters On Anabolic Steroids?
Mike Tyson Has Admitted To PED Use
Some time ago Mike Tyson admitted that he used a fake penis to pass drug tests after his matches. In our world this is an obvious proof that he wasn’t exactly natural. If he was, there would no reason to use the fake penis.
Of course, one could argue that some powerful people may have forced Tyson to tell something like that as part of a blackmail operation. Whenever something hits the mainstream, it never hurts to look at it with a suspicious eye.
Mike Tyson Admitted That He Would Have Used Growth Hormone
In the video below Mike Tyson states that if he was fighting today, he would use growth hormone “like the rest of the athletes” in order to be the best.
As you can see Mike Tyson has that “I want to be the best at whatever cost.” mentality. There are people like him who are going to put everything on the line to win and achieve their goals.
They don’t see the usage of steroids and growth hormone as cheating. They see it as another thing you do to improve and reach beyond your potential.
That and the fact that all sports are organized by rich men who want to manipulate the masses is the reason why steroids and PED are used by 90% of the professional athletes.
Truth be told taking steroids is one of the least worrisome things that happen in sports. There are a lot more dangerous events such as hitman attacks, illegal gambling, orgies, drug trafficking and many more to count.
Where do you think the money for sports comes from? It comes from greedy bastards who were able to enslave countries and steal from poor people for centuries. Those guys are now having the time of their lives while we continue to worship them. Wherever there is big money, you can be sure that the rulers of events are evil men who control both sides of the war.
Wake up, sleeping beauty! They lied to you!
From the local supermarket to the big stadiums: it’s all a scam. The official ideas and conceptions on any topic are beyond laughable. There are two versions of every story – the truth and that other thing they’re telling us.
There are a lot of people who are doing their best to keep on exercising mind control over the masses. It starts at a very early age with the “innocent” kids movies which are loaded with subliminal messages. Then it continues throughout the school and college years until you finally have a well built robot deprived of individuality who believes that paper money is real, the police is here to protect us and the military is “fighting for freedom”.
All important sectors are controlled by dark occultists who have carefully prepared a long plan which they follow meticulously. You think you’re free until you actually attempt to do something of significance that can make a difference. This is the time when they shut you down and you get to feel the evilness of the corrupt system.
The most ingenious thing about the system is that the slaves love their servitude and those who dare to criticize are often put down by their own brothers a.k.a. the other slaves. The left hand stops the right from hitting the attacker.
Sports do not make an exception. All popular sports have some sort of occult meaning that the moronic masses do not understand. From boxing to baseball, all sports are carefully elaborated practices with deeper significance. It’s not just about who is going to win. It’s about expression of mind control as well as human and moral sacrifice.
In the case of boxing we’re talking about giving respect to the planet Saturn which represents time and space. In the world of the elite Saturn has a special throne.
The symbol of Saturn is the cube and as you know another word for cube is “box”.
Consequently, we have BOXing which represents two guys fighting in a square BOXing ring. The word “RING” is also linked to Saturn which is the only planet that has rings around it.
The whole idea is that the box represents time and space – the trap in which humanity is. The actual boxing match illustrates a fight for survival and escape out of the cube or box. Only the winner of the BOXing match can get out. The loser who is knocked out stays trapped in it.
The whole concept is also a symbol of how underdeveloped people’s minds are. Instead of getting out of the boxing ring (cube) TOGETHER we fight each other.
It turns out that at the end of the day sports were created not only to entertain poor people, but also those at the top who experience high level of pleasure watching us fight over teams while remaining slaves to time and space forever.