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Ty·son

(tī'sŏn),
Edward, English anatomist, 1649-1708. See: Tyson glands.
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McBride began the fight well and after standing up to Tyson's attacks in the third and fourth rounds, began to capitalise on his opponent's ageing legs by dominating the fight at Washington's MCI Center.
Because he was having ribbons sewn on that said `In honor of Tyson.'
It was one of the biggest upsets of all time matching Tyson's stunning defeat by Buster Douglas 14 years ago.
Meanwhile, the two men Tyson allegedly attacked were also appearing in court today to face trial on charges that they menaced the boxer.
During the last four weeks Tyson has been linked with a fight against the new heavyweight sensation Roy Jones, but now the former champion has decided that he wants revenge for his eight-round defeat by Lewis last June.
Within weeks of the Fortune honor, Wilton, Conn.-based consultant Cannondale Associates and foodservice researcher Cognitio LLC, Carmel, Ind., ranked Tyson as the most respected foodservice manufacturer.
But the Tyson case, which has received national attention, makes it clear that many people-- Americans and Mexicans, powerful executives and poor immigrants- feel they can't afford to wait for changes in the law.
Tyson was famously disqualified for biting Evander Holyfield's ear in 1997, and while that is his only ring ejection to date, he has come pretty close a couple of times since, particularly when hitting Orlin Norris after the bell in a no-contest three years ago.
'Noelle is the right choice to lead the continued growth of our prepared foods business,' said Noel White, President and CEO of Tyson Foods.
Tyson is responding to a growing global trend toward plant-based eating, fueled by health and environmental concerns.
As plant manager, Cox oversaw 1,200 employees and had access to Tyson's confidential information.
Tyson interviews A-list movie stars and celebrities who his audience might not realize have a "geek" side in the hopes that viewers will come for the stars and "stay for the science.