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A male given name transferred from the surname
A surname
A male given name
United States prizefighter who was world heavyweight champion (born in 1966)
madly and insanely angry especially in respect of sport event (referring to the boxer Mike Tyson, for example: "He was absolutely Tyson in the Monday Night Hockey opener against the Canadians")
Mike Tyson
a US boxer who was the youngest person to win the world heavyweight title in 1986. He was sent to prison for five years for rape and served three (1992-5). After this he won the heavyweight title again, but lost it to Evander Holyfield in 1996. In 1997, he was in the news for biting Holyfield's ear during a fight (1966- ). in full Michael Gerald Tyson born June 30, 1966, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S. U.S. boxer. A member of street gangs in his youth, Tyson was sent to reform school, where his boxing talent was discovered. He turned professional in 1985 and won the heavyweight title in 1986 by defeating Trevor Berbick, becoming, at age 20, the youngest heavyweight champion in history. He defended the title against Larry Holmes, Michael Spinks, and eight others before losing in an upset to James ("Buster") Douglas in 1990. In 1992 he was convicted of rape and sentenced to six years in prison; he was released on parole in 1995. In 1996 he challenged but lost to Evander Holyfield; in a 1997 rematch he was disqualified for biting off a piece of Holyfield's ear, and his license was revoked. In 1999 Tyson regained his boxing license and returned to the ring. In his bout against British heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis in 2002, Lewis twice knocked Tyson to the canvas before knocking him out in the eighth round

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    /ˈtīsən/ /ˈtaɪsən/

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    [ 'tI-s&n ] (biographical name.) Nickname from Old French tison "firebrand". Also a patronymic surname, variant of Dyson "son of Dennis". German: from son of Theiss, which was short for Matthias. Original spellings were Theisen, Theissen, Teisen, Teison. Changed to Tyson in Colonial America (Germantown, PA) Theiss Dohrs of Krefeld, Germany was father of Reyneir, who came to America in 1683 as Reyneir Teisen.

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