He was the great rival of Mike Tyson, Olympic medalist and squandered 250 million dollars

Another unfortunate boxing story is the one currently being experienced by a former US Olympic medalist, who was rival of Mike Tyson and became a boxing icon in the late 1980s and early 1990s who squandered a fortune of more than $250 million to live today, if not in misery, then very humbly.

In just over 20 years, said boxer, former unified world heavyweight champion after defeating James “Buster” Douglas and first undisputed cruiserweight champion in 1988 after defeating Carlos de León, lost everything or almost everything due to to a series of bad decisions and for surrounding himself with very bad companies.

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