The ugly brawl you know about is part of boxing’s dark folklore – Mike Tyson at the height of his rampage, approached by a former rival in the New York ghetto at the dead of night. Photos of a battered Mitch ‘Blood’ Green appeared in the next day’s newspaper. But there is another ruckus that somehow hasn’t escaped the secrecy of the few people who saw, until now. It is whispered to Sky Sports and reveals how ‘Blood’, unhinged and desperate, lost the plot after seeing his own blood at an attempted TV comedy sketch which went horribly wrong.This is the story of the Mike Tyson and Mitch ‘Blood’ Green incident that you’ve never heard before. In 1993 TV presenter Marc Middleton had a weekly comedy segment called ‘Marc’s Monday Match-up’ on US television. People would send in challenges and Marc, to great amusement, would try to beat them at their own game.For example, one day a kid called in to say he could spin a basketball on his finger for longer than Marc. Sure enough, Marc had a device built that span a basketball on his finger non-stop. It was a segment constantly on the lookout for “hokey-cokey angles”.That’s… Read full this story
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