Mike Tyson vs. Peter McNeeley, billed as "He's Back", was a professional boxing match contested on August 19, 1995. The match marked the return of Mike Tyson to professional boxing after over four years away due to his 1991 arrest and subsequent conviction for rape in 1992 which led to Tyson serving three years in prison.

The fight lasted only 89 seconds with Tyson earning an easy victory via disqualification. McNeeley started the fight by aggressively attacking Tyson as soon as the opening bell rang. Tyson was able to avoid McNeeley's wild punches and land a right hook that dropped McNeeley to the canvas less than 10 seconds into the fight. After taking referee Mills Lane's standing eight count, McNeeley was allowed to continue and again would continue his aggressive assault on Tyson. The two men would exchange punches in the corner as the first minute of the round passed. Less than 20 seconds later, Tyson would land a right uppercut that again sent McNeeley down. With McNeeley clearly hurt from the exchange, his manager Vinnie Vecchione entered the ring to prevent McNeeley from taking any more damage, causing Lane to end the fight and award Tyson the victory by disqualification.You think you can do better? - adjust your strategy below

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Non specific: If your boxer does not have a clear defined advantage staying flexible allows you to simply go with a flow and try whichever works
Inside: If your boxer has a strength advantage and has short reach you want to get to the inside and do more damage from there to hurt opponent (think Ricky Hatton)
Clinch: If your boxer has a strength advantage but not awesome stamina nor chin you might want to do this. It also wears your opponent down (think John Ruiz)
Counterpunch: If your boxer has hand speed advantage and decent strength you can do this to try to hurt your opp opponent (think Evander Holyfield)
Feint: If your boxer has hand speed advantage you can do this. This allows for more points but less power to outscore your opponent (think Paulie Malignaggi)
Circle: If your boxer has footwork advantage you can do this. Also known as ring generalship you fight exactly at your range and not get cornered and to outscore your opponent (think Floyd Mayweather)
Rope: If your boxer has footwork advantage and some strength you can do this. Use your footwork to cutoff the ring and get your opponent trapped to hurt him (think Mike Tyson)
Outside: If your boxer has reach and height advantage. Use your jab often and stay out of reach and to outscore your opponent (think Larry Holmes)
go for KO: Recklessly pursue your opponent to try to KO him. A desperate tactic when you need a KO. Also used by boxers with low stamina to finish fight early (think Butterbean)

target head: Specifically target head to increase chance of KO
target body: Specifically target body to decrease other boxer ability to be elusive over more tired over time. Use it in early round for best results.
target cuts: If your opponent is already cut you can concentrate on hitting that area to hopefully have ref stop the fight due to the cut

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