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Mike Tyson vs Kevin McBride - Tyson loses and retires from boxing - Full Fight For much of the fight, Tyson labored against the bigger McBride, who used his distinct height advantage and a sharp left-jab to keep the aggressive Tyson at bay through the first two rounds. Tyson was able to land more punches in the third and fourth, but McBride would often clinch and lean on Tyson in an effort to wear Tyson out. By the fifth round, the strategy appeared to have worked as Tyson seemed tired and McBride was able to land several good punches during the round, though Tyson was still able to win the round on two of the judge's scorecards. In the sixth round, the final round of Tyson's professional career, a frustrated Tyson attempted to break McBride's left arm after the two were tied-up in a clinch, for which Tyson was warned by referee Joe Cortez. Shortly after, however, Tyson suffered a two-point deduction after hitting McBride with an intentional head butt that opened a cut above McBride'
UFO? No, a Jinn (Sky Serpent Dragon) Caught on Camera Flying by Stars, Using the Nikon P1000 Zoom - While filming the double star, Mizar, of the Ursa Major constellation (big dipper) at around 5 a.m. of December 21, 2022 with a Nikon P1000 at its maximum optical zoom, a "UFO" streaked past the view, which I first thought may have been a shooting star but I doubted that since there was no trail, but I looked up at the sky while keeping the camera filming its original course and I did see a shooting star nearby, but it was moving in a different direction from the object (this was during the Ursids Meteor shower, which I did not know at the time). Upon later examination of the footage by zooming in, it was clearly a serpent-like-thing writhing in in the sky. This fits exactly what the Qur'an talks about with the jinn, since they writhe like serpents and they sought to touch the heavens, and flames of fire (shooting stars) are sent upon them since they are listening to the angels. - I ha