This video is pretty straight forward. Someone took a bunch of Mike Tyson clips and added Street Fighter sound effects. When I first started watching this I didn’t think much of it but it started to win me over around the 45 second mark and I ended up quite enjoying it by the end. So give it a watch. Or don’t, I don’t care. I get paid either way. What’s that? I don’t get paid for this? Well then how am I going to afford to put my pet Zebra through tightrope walking class?! Advertisements
And now the greatest moment in Halloween TV history. Scratch that, TV history in general. *I know this is only a few years old, but every time I think of Halloween this is one of the first things that comes to mind. So, doesn’t that mean it has hit Nostalgic status? I think so!
Pretty self explanatory. Nearly 30 years after the release of Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out! for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Mike Tyson plays the game for the very first time.
Sometimes I feel the need to do a funny little write-up for videos, but sometimes the clips just speak for themselves. This is amazing! …
You may know it as either Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out!, or as simply Punch-Out!, but I know it as the best boxing game ever released on the Nintendo Entertainment System. This game seemed incredibly hard on first play. It would take countless tries to figure out each opponents move-set, attacks and counters. Timing was everything! The first distributed version of Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out! featured Mike Tyson as the final boss to defeat. Knockout Tyson and you would become Champion of the World! However, by 1990, Nintendo’s license to use Mike Tyson as a character and marquee name had expired. The game was re-released as Punch-Out! and featured Mr. Dream (a white Mike Tyson with the same move-set) as the final combatant. Rumor has it that Nintendo did this not because Tyson’s contract expired, but were concerned about his image after Tyson was incarcerated for the rape of Desiree Washington.