List of people from New York (state)

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Donald Trump Jr. (born 1977), businessman; eldest son of Donald Trump and brother of Eric, Ivanka, and Tiffany. Eric Trump (born 1984), philanthropist and businessman; son of Donald Trump and brother of Ivanka, Tiffany, and Donald Jr. Ivanka Trump (born 1981), businesswoman, writer, and former fashion model; daughter of Donald Trump and sister of Eric, Donald Jr., and Tiffany. Tiffany Trump (born 1993), daughter of Donald Trump and sister of Ivanka, Eric, and Donald Jr. Cornelius Vanderbilt, ferry and tugboat captain, company founder, and railroader. Sanford Weill, former CEO of Citigroup. Henry Wells (1805–1878), businessman. Bob Weinstein, movie producer and co-founder of Miramax Films.

History of WWE

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During an angle involving Mike Tyson at WrestleMania XIV in March 1998, Austin became WWF Champion by beating Shawn Michaels, giving rise to the Austin era and the despotic Mr. McMahon character which began a long-lasting feud with Austin this feud would be very important in the WWF turning the tides in the ratings war with rival company WCW. Later in the year, new talent began to emerge for WWF: The Rock, Triple H, Mick Foley, and Kane strengthened WWF's singles division while stables such as D-Generation X and the Nation of Domination, helped the fight against rival company WCW.

Tony Perez (referee)

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Damiani won the contest by third round knockout (despite this, most outside the WBO continued recognizing Mike Tyson as "undisputed" champion in the division) Perez was the Italy fight's referee. On Saturday, February 3, 1990, Perez refereed the match between WBO world Junior Welterweight champion Hector Camacho Sr. and his challenger, former and future world champion Vinny Paz (then known as Vinny Pazienza) at the Convention Hall in Atlantic City. Camacho Sr. retained the title by twelve rounds unanimous decision.

List of celebrities involved with WrestleMania

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WrestleMania is a professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by the promotion World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), formerly known as the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), and is considered the flagship event of the company.

List of Live episodes

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The daytime talk show Live with Kelly and Ryan, starring Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest, officially debuted on May 1, 2017, but is a continuation of the series that previously co-starred Regis Philbin or Michael Strahan.

E! True Hollywood Story

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Sylvester Stallone (February 27, 2005). John Stamos (September 29, 2007). Sharon Stone (January 26, 2004). David Strickland (June 4, 2000). Patrick Swayze (June 9, 2009). Sharon Tate ("Last Days of Sharon Tate") (July 25, 1999). Elizabeth Taylor (November 29, 1998). Charlize Theron (June 20, 2008). Uma Thurman (April 18, 2004). Jean-Claude Van Damme (May 19, 2002). Jim Varney (December 31, 2000) ("Ernest Goes to Hollywood") (January 9, 2001). Hervé Villechaize (August 15, 1999). Jan-Michael Vincent (July 13, 1997). Dita Von Teese (May 28, 2009). Andy Warhol (March 15, 1998). Mark Wahlberg (February 2, 2004).

Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao

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Other figures in attendance included Andre Agassi, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Charles Barkley, Mike Tyson, Clint Eastwood, Robert De Niro, Denzel Washington, Michael J. Fox, Donald Trump, Jake Gyllenhaal, Amir Khan, Drew Barrymore, Jesse Jackson, Russell Westbrook, Mark Wahlberg, Lewis Hamilton, Leonardo DiCaprio, Don Cheadle, Michael Jordan, Steffi Graf, Sugar Ray Leonard, Paris Hilton, Nicki Minaj, Meek Mill, Ben Affleck, The Jonas Brothers, Michael Keaton, Tom Brady, Magic Johnson, Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Evander Holyfield, Mariah Carey, Sting, 50 Cent and others.

Mike Tyson in popular culture

Tyson is featured, along with Muhammad Ali, on the cover of the game. Tyson appeared at the SXSW Screenburn Arcade in March 2011 for the launch of his iPhone app Mike Tyson: Main Event. Tyson is playable as downloadable content in professional wrestling game WWE '13. Tyson, set in two different eras, is an additional character in another Electronic Arts game, EA Sports UFC 2.

Richie Giachetti

Richie Giachetti (April 20, 1940 – February 3, 2016) was an American boxing trainer who has worked with a number of world champions including Larry Holmes and Mike Tyson. He was born in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Giachetti first began working in boxing in 1961 and also helped Don King in his first promotion with Muhammad Ali. Most famous for guiding Holmes to the heavyweight championship, he trained many other top fighters of the 1970s and 1980s including Earnie Shavers, Aaron Pryor and Greg Page. When Mike Tyson was dethroned of his heavyweight crown by James "Buster" Douglas in 1990 in a 10th-round knockout in Tokyo, King inserted Giachetti as Tyson's trainer.

List of stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

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The following is a list of the stars' actual locations on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The list does not include a star's name until his or her actual award ceremony. The list should be consistent with the list on the Hollywood Walk of Fame website maintained by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce (see the External links section below). The stars are ordered alphabetically by surname.

The distance (boxing)

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In Command & Conquer: Yuri's Revenge, Sylvester Stallone (voice impersonated) is featured as an in-game celebrity character, "Sammy Stallion," who frequently says, "I'm goin' the distance," when directed to move in the battlefield of the Hollywood mission.

List of people from New York City

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Donald Trump – 45th President of the United States. Donald Trump Jr. – businessman. Eric Trump – businessman. Fred Trump – real estate developer and philanthropist. Ivanka Trump – businesswoman. Tiffany Trump – socialite. Barbara Tuchman (1912–1989) – historian; author. Richard Tucker (1913–1975) – opera tenor. Gene Tunney – 1926–28 heavyweight boxing champion. John V. Tunney – former U.S. Senator. John Turturro – actor and director. William Tweed (1823–1878) – politician. Liv Tyler – actress. Steven Tyler (born 1948) – singer, Aerosmith. Mike Tyson (born 1966) – boxer. Neil deGrasse Tyson – astronomer, science communicator. Leslie Uggams – singer; actress.


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The financial world and the stock market were glamorized in a way they had not been since the 1920s, and figures like Donald Trump and Michael Milken were widely seen as symbols of the decade. Widespread fear of Japanese economic strength would grip the United States in the '80s. The "Black Monday" stock market crash on 1987 October 19 decreased the value of the Dow Jones Industrial Average by more than 22%, causing widespread secondary drops in world markets.

I Love the '80s (American TV series)

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Make It Count More" with Quincy Jones and James Ingram Then and Now 1986: Highest Baseball Salary (Then: Gary Carter - $2 Million / Now: Alex Rodriguez - $22 Million), David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar (Then: Rivals / Now: Together), and Ted Danson and Kelsey Grammer (Then: Ted Danson - $45,000 an episode on Cheers / Now: Kelsey Grammer - $1,600,000 an episode on Frasier) Mr. & Ms. 1986: Mike Tyson and Oprah Winfrey Born in 1986: Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen, the Goo Goo Dolls, Jolt Cola, the Pixies and the disposable camera End Credit Video is Mr.

List of Comedy Bang! Bang! episodes

Cameron Esposito
'Comedy Bang! Bang! ' is a weekly comedy audio podcast which began airing as a radio show on May 1, 2009. It is hosted by writer and comedian Scott Aukerman, best known for his work on the 1990s HBO sketch comedy program Mr. Show with Bob and David, as well as for co-founding the weekly Comedy Death-Ray stage show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in Hollywood.

List of covers of Time magazine (1980s)

Sheffield. 24 May – Social Security. 31 May – Falklands D-Day. 7 Jun – Falklands, John Paul II & Ronald Reagan. 14 Jun – Gerry Cooney & Sylvester Stallone. 21 Jun – Israel's Blitz. 28 Jun – Spoils of War. 5 Jul – George Shultz. 12 Jul – American Women. 19 Jul – Siege of Beirut. 26 Jul – Ayatullah Khomeini. 2 Aug – Herpes. 9 Aug – Ted Turner. 16 Aug – Destroying Beirut. 23 Aug – James G.

Trevor Berbick

In the second round, Tyson dropped Berbick with a quick knockdown. Berbick was quickly overwhelmed by his opponent and late in the round, he went down again. The champion rose to his feet, but immediately stumbled backward and fell back to the canvas. Berbick tried twice more to make it to his feet but fell both times, and referee Mills Lane stopped counting and waved the fight off to end Berbick's reign as champion. Along with Larry Holmes, Berbick is one of only two men in professional boxing history to have fought both Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson. In 1991, he traveled to the UWFi promotion in Japan to fight Nobuhiko Takada in a "boxer vs. wrestler" bout.

George Foreman

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Shortly after the 1994 Moorer fight, Foreman began talking about a potential superfight with Mike Tyson, then the youngest heavyweight champion on record. In 1995, The New York Times quoted Foreman as stating, "If he doesn't sign with Don King, we'll fight before the end of the year... I can't be bothered having trouble with Don King. Every contract has some complication." Tyson signed with King (and, by 1998, was suing him for $100 million); the bout never materialized. The WBA demanded that Foreman fight their No. 1 challenger, who at the time was the competent, but aging, Tony Tucker.


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Sylvester Stallone wrote the screenplay for Rocky in three and a half days, shortly after watching the championship match between Muhammad Ali and Chuck Wepner that took place at Richfield Coliseum in Richfield, Ohio on March 24, 1975. Wepner was TKO'd in the 15th round of the match by Ali, with few expecting him to last as long as he did. Despite the fact that the match motivated Stallone to begin work on Rocky, he has subsequently denied that Wepner provided any inspiration for the script.


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Only six boxers in the history of the heavyweight division have been world heavyweight champion on three separate occasions: Muhammad Ali, (Lineal title) Evander Holyfield, Michael Moorer, Lennox Lewis, Vitali Klitschko and Ruslan Chagaev. Five boxers have also regained the Lineal heavyweight title: Floyd Patterson, Muhammad Ali, Evander Holyfield, George Foreman and Lennox Lewis. Because this division had no weight limit, it has been historically vaguely defined. In the 19th century, for example, many heavyweight champions weighed 170 pounds (12 st 2 lb, 77 kg) or less (although others weighed 200 pounds). The first heavyweight champion under the Marquess of Queensberry rules was John L.

Larry Holmes

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On January 22, 1988, Holmes was lured out of retirement by a $2.8 million purse to challenge reigning Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion Mike Tyson. Tyson dropped Holmes in the fourth round with an overhand right. Holmes got up, but Tyson put him down two more times in the round, and the fight was stopped. It was the only time Holmes was knocked out in his career. After the fight, Holmes again retired. Holmes returned to the ring in 1991 and became a much more active fighter, usually fighting on USA Tuesday Night Fights cards every few weeks against up and comers and journeymen.


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Muhammad Ali had several fights on early pay-per-view home television, including Cassius Clay vs. Doug Jones in 1963, and Muhammad Ali vs. Sonny Liston which drew 250,000 buys on cable television in 1964. Professional boxing was largely introduced to pay-per-view cable television with the "Thrilla in Manila" fight between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier in September 1975. The fight sold 500,000 pay-per-view buys on HBO. There was also another major title fight aired on pay-per-view in 1980, when Roberto Durán defeated Sugar Ray Leonard. Cable companies offered the match for $10, and about 155,000 customers paid to watch the fight.

Chuck Wepner

In 1979, Sylvester Stallone wanted to cast Wepner as a sparring partner in Rocky II, but he failed the audition due to his drug problems. In November 1985, Wepner was arrested on drug charges when he was found with four ounces of cocaine in an undercover police investigation. In 1988 he was sentenced to 10 years in prison under a plea-bargain agreement. He served 17 months in Northern State Prison, Newark, New Jersey, then spent another 20 months in New Jersey's intensive supervision program. In 2003, Wepner sued Sylvester Stallone, seeking payment for his use as the inspiration for Rocky and the film series. The lawsuit was settled with Stallone in 2006 for an undisclosed amount.

Lennox Lewis

While promoting the rematch with Rahman on ESPN's Up Close, the fighters got into a brawl similar to the one between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier in front of Howard Cosell on Wide World of Sports. Lewis regained the title on 17 November by outclassing and then knocking out Hasim Rahman in the fourth round of their rematch. On 8 June 2002, Lewis defended his title against Mike Tyson. Ticket sales were slow because they were priced as high as US $2,400, but a crowd of 15,327 turned up to see boxing's then biggest event at the Pyramid Arena in Memphis, Tennessee.