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Tyson, Mike Tyson, Michael Gerald Tyson(noun)
United States prizefighter who was world heavyweight champion (born in 1966)
transferred from the surname.
Origin: Nickname from tison "firebrand". Also a patronymic surname, variant of Dyson, from .
Tyson is a bulldog that is famous for his ability to skateboard. He has appeared on numerous TV shows, including The Oprah Winfrey Show and Rob & Big, and has been featured on Internet video sites such as YouTube. His owner, Jim Blauvelt says that the dog was self-taught, starting in Huntington Beach, California in 2001. He appeared in the two movies: Lords of Dogtown and Undiscovered in which his performance was considered to be "outstandingly gifted". When performing, he earns over $1000 a day.
The numerical value of tyson in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of tyson in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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They are treating us like we are Tyson Chicken.
My personal opinion is that Tyson Gay names should be wiped off the books altogether as if Tyson Gay never competed, i'm worried about the image of our sport.
Working with Mike Tyson has been a pleasure and an honor. First of all I'm his boxing fan, a big fan, he's actually very professional and very easy to work with and we had a really good time.
It felt cold, rather empty and eerie – not so much a creepy eerie but a more interesting one, i knew Mike Tyson had once just hung out here and now I stood staring down everything that had been left behind.
Tyson's career was just on fire. Literally everyone in the world was obsessed with watching (him) fight, he just became the dominant force in boxing. That was quite a big impact and maybe one of the biggest factors in my career taking-off.
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