Evander Holyfield was an excellent heavyweight that won the WBC, IBF and WBA titles when he defeated Buster Douglas in 1990. He defended his titles against all comers including George Foreman and Larry Holmes and lost and reclaimed them on a few occasions. He is perhaps best remembered, however, as the boxer that lost part of his ear to a Mike Tyson bite. The pair had met once before, in 1996 with Holyfield stunning Tyson with an 11th round victory via TKO. In the rematch two years later, Tyson bit Holyfield's ear, not once, but twice. The second time, Tyson tore off a piece of the ear, spitting it to the floor. He was disqualified. Holyfield's career carried on right up until 2011 when he retired.
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