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Mike Tyson, the ex heavyweight champ, responded on Thursday, 2 days after United States Boxing impeached him of countermining the Olympic team as he signed up a huge boxing outlook to a pro deal.
New York Post received a copy of the letter of Mike Tyson to United States Boxing that it stated it was facsimiled to Charles Butler, the United States Boxing President, late on Thursday night.
In the letter, Mike stated that he was highly disappointed that you and United States Boxing could not give him the respect and courtesy, not just as an ex heavyweight champ, but an ex amateur champ, to contact him 1st instead of taking reward of his name and company for publicity.
‘Iron’ Mike Tyson also stated that the organization never tried to contact him directly to talk about this matter. If they had done that, probably they would have a better understanding of his love for amateur boxing as well as his commitment to keep fighters by offering them the best possible scopes this business could offer.
Charles Butler, in his reply, stated that these young boxing players are foregoing their Olympics expectations and the nations’ hopes in exchange for a pro boxing deal now.
Former amateur heavyweight champ Tyson, who missed a chance to make it to the 1984 United States Olympic squad, guarded his signing of 152 pound Erickson Lubin on Tuesday. That was t he day when he turned 18 years old.
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